Cryptoplexity Group from TU Darmstadt part of new BMBF project
The German Ministry for Research and Education BMBF is funding the CBQD project – chip-based quantum random device – for research into quantum-safe high-speed communications. In the CBQD project, a compact chip will be developed that generates random numbers at high speed based on quantum photonic effects. It meets the requirements of the Common Criteria for IT product security. The chip will become the basis for numerous IT security applications. The Cryptoplexity research group of Computer Science Professor Marc Fischlin is part of the project. Fraunhofer IPMS in Dresden is responsible for coordination and QNRG chip integration in the project.