09 Aug 2018
The first part of this series covers what a lattice is, what a basis for a given lattice is, what it means for that basis to be “reduced”, and the LLL algorithm, which gives us a powerful tool to take an arbitrary lattice basis and try to make it as small as possible, which turns out to be useful for mysterious reasons.

26 Jun 2018
This is the last in the Quantum Cryptography series of posts. This post
covers the limitations of current methods and contemplates
possible avenues of evolution for the technology.

05 Jun 2018
This is the third in the Quantum Cryptography series of posts. This post
covers some of the experiments undertaken in the field already.

05 Apr 2018
This is the second in the Quantum Cryptography series of posts. This post
covers some of the theoretical underpinnings of QC, including some of
the earliest protocols and a metric for the error rate of
a quantum channel.

13 Mar 2018
This is the first in a series of blog posts that make up my final report
for the Fall 2015 session of the Quantum Information and Quantum Computing
course offered at Georgia Tech. It is presented here as an reference for
theoretical Quantum Cryptography, as well as an increasingly
out of date survey of experimental methods in the field. This post introduces
the idea of Quantum Cryptography, and provides a brief overview of
traditional cryptography.