Baiwang Forum - Quantum Communication Day



About the Quantum Communication Day 

Welcome to The BAIWANG Forum - Quantum Communication Day 2022 hosted by Beijing Academy of Quantum Information Sciences on June 16, 2022 (Beijing Time).

The BAIWANG Forum - Quantum Communication Day will focus on "Progress of Fundamental Research in Quantum Communication ". Quantum communication is an important future communication technology as it can break through the classical communication physics limits in terms of protecting information security, increasing information capacity and improving detection accuracy. The research of quantum communication includes quantum secure direct communication (QSDC), quantum key distribution (QKD), quantum secret sharing (QSS), quantum teleportation (QT) and so on, which have achieved rapid development in recent years. The BAIWANG Forum - Quantum Communication Day brings together 3 world-leading theoretical and experimental research scientists as invited speakers to share their most recent progress.

BAIWANG Forum - Quantum Communication Day 2022 is organized by Quantum Secure Direct Communication Group and International Collaboration Department of BAQIS. This event will be broadcast live to the global research community via the internet.

Date and Time:  Thursday, 16-June-2022 16:00 Beijing Time

Host: Gui-Lu Long (Tsinghua Univ.& BAQIS)

Zoom Meeting ID: 662 921 9901 (Passcode: 763638)



  • 16:00-17:00

On the road from classical to quantum coding

Lajos HanzoProfessor, Chair of Telecommunications, Head of Next-Generation Wireless at the University of Southampton, UK. FREng, FIEEE, FIET, RS Wolfson Fellow.

  • 17:15-18:15

From secure two-way communication and quantum cryptography with classical users to one-time programs

Philip Walther, Professor of Physics at the University of Vienna, Austria. Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS) and the Optical Society of America (OSA), and member of the Young Academy of the Austrian Academy of Sciences.

  • 18:15-19:15

Quantum communications at long distances

Mohsen Razavi, Professor of the University of Leeds,Quantum Communications for ALL (QCALL) coordinator, United Kingdom.

For more details and inquiries please contact International Collaboration Department (email: