Quantum cryptography, Quantum key distribution, Quantum network, Quantum information and Decoy state are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Computer security, Algorithm, Quantum information science and Theoretical computer science as well as Quantum cryptography. His research investigates the connection between Quantum key distribution and topics such as Quantum optics that intersect with issues in Secure communication, Computer security model and Theoretical physics.
His Quantum network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quantum channel and Quantum error correction. His research investigates the link between Quantum information and topics such as Qubit that cross with problems in Secure multi-party computation, Private information retrieval, Oblivious transfer, Almost surely and Communication source. He has included themes like SARG04 and Electronic engineering in his Decoy state study.
Hoi-Kwong Lo spends much of his time researching Quantum key distribution, Quantum cryptography, Quantum, Quantum mechanics and Quantum network. His Quantum key distribution research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Key generation, Decoy state, Electronic engineering and BB84. His BB84 research incorporates elements of SARG04, Error detection and correction, Bit error rate and Optics.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Computer security, Quantum information science, Theoretical computer science and Quantum computer. His Quantum research incorporates themes from Mathematical proof, Theoretical physics, Communication channel and Physical law. His work deals with themes such as Open quantum system, Quantum error correction, Quantum technology and Topology, which intersect with Quantum network.
Hoi-Kwong Lo focuses on Quantum key distribution, Quantum, Topology, Communication channel and Quantum network. Hoi-Kwong Lo interconnects Quantum cryptography, Signal and Measurement device in the investigation of issues within Quantum key distribution. In his articles, Hoi-Kwong Lo combines various disciplines, including Quantum cryptography and Information theory.
Hoi-Kwong Lo combines subjects such as Computer security and Electrical engineering with his study of Quantum. His Communication channel research integrates issues from Modulation, Theoretical computer science and Key distribution. His research in Quantum network intersects with topics in Mobile phone, Artificial neural network, Latency and Photon.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Quantum key distribution, Topology, Quantum, Computer security and Quantum network. The concepts of his Quantum key distribution study are interwoven with issues in Quantum cryptography, Protocol and Measurement device. His Quantum cryptography research includes themes of Cryptosystem, Signal and SIMPLE.
In the subject of general Quantum, his work in Quantum state is often linked to Proof of concept and Current technology, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His studies in Computer security integrate themes in fields like Verifiable secret sharing and Communications system. His work in Quantum network tackles topics such as Key which are related to areas like Lossy compression and Photonics.
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Decoy State Quantum Key Distribution
Hoi-Kwong Lo;Xiongfeng Ma;Kai Chen.
Physical Review Letters (2005)
Unconditional security of quantum key distribution over arbitrarily long distances
Hoi-Kwong Lo;H. F. Chau.
Measurement-Device-Independent Quantum Key Distribution
Hoi-Kwong Lo;Marcos Curty;Bing Qi.
Physical Review Letters (2012)
HOW TO SHARE A QUANTUM SECRET
Richard Cleve;Daniel Gottesman;Hoi-Kwong Lo.
Physical Review Letters (1999)
Security of quantum key distribution with imperfect devices
D. Gottesman;H.-K. Lo;N. Lutkenhaus;J. Preskill.
Quantum Information & Computation (2004)
Practical Decoy State for Quantum Key Distribution
Xiongfeng Ma;Bing Qi;Yi Zhao;Hoi-Kwong Lo.
Physical Review A (2005)
Secure quantum key distribution
Hoi-Kwong Lo;Marcos Curty;Kiyoshi Tamaki.
Nature Photonics (2014)
Is Quantum Bit Commitment Really Possible
Hoi-Kwong Lo;Hoi Fung Chau.
Physical Review Letters (1997)
Classical-communication cost in distributed quantum-information processing: A generalization of quantum-communication complexity
Hoi Kwong Lo.
Physical Review A (2000)
Quantum hacking: Experimental demonstration of time-shift attack against practical quantum-key-distribution systems
Yi Zhao;Chi-Hang F. Fung;Bing Qi;Christine Chen.
Physical Review A (2008)
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