Prof. Masahiro Takeoka

Quantum Information and Communication Theory Group

Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio University

Learn More About Research in Our Quantum Theory Group

We are a new Quantum Theory group at Keio University. With our background and experience we develop world-class research in collaborations with theory end experimental groups in Japan and internationally. Below we summarize background of our main interests. For more see section Publications and Latest Updates.
Quantum Information

From limits in compression of information and optimal coding, through capacity of noisy and lossy channels toward quantum Internet.

Quantum Communication

Application of quantum entanglement impacts capacities of communication channels and gives novel solutions in the field of security of information transfer.

Quantum Computing

An exciting topic intensely studied in recent years. Quantum superposition changed into a platform handling complicated problems.

Latest Updates

JSAP conference

Contributed talk: Toward quantum classifier with photonic quantum circuit. Results of our collaboration with Kagawa University and NICT have been presented during the 82nd Autumn Meeting of the Japan Society of Applied Physics. Details here.  

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Meet the Team

Find out more about the Quantum Information Theory Group Members