NAME: Nilesh Vyas
PROJECT 3: Phase encrypted continuous variable quantum communication and hybrid quantum cryptography
SUPERVISOR: Dr. Romain Alleaum


Research Interest
My research interest is focused on quantum communications (QKD theory and engineering, quantum networks, quantum repeaters), and quantum information (quantum cryptography, quantum information theory). I am currently working on devising new quantum cryptographic protocols and analyzing their security, with the aim to offer improved performance and better functionalities.


Research Experience

  • July 2016- May 2017: Masters thesis at NISER, Quantum Non-Local Games,
  • SUMMER 2016:  4th-year summer project at BANGALORE UNIVERSITY, Bangalore,  Joint Measurability,
  • SUMMER 2015:  3rd-year summer project at S.N.BOSE NCBS, Kolkata, Quantum Steering and Evolution of a Quantum state in presence of Local Environment,
  • JAN 2015 – MAY 2015:  6th-semester project at NISER, Bhubaneswar,  Bell’s Inequality and its application in Quantum Non-Local Games,
  • SUMMER 2014:  2nd-year summer project at IISER, Kolkata, Quantum Teleportation,


  1. Vyas, N.  & Alleaume, R. “Everlasting Secure Key Agreement with performance beyond QKD in a Quantum Computational Hybrid security model”. arXiv:2004.10173 [quant-ph].
  2. Vyas, N.  & Benjamin, C. “Negating van Enk-Pike’s assertion on quantum games OR Is the essence of a quantum game captured completely in the original classical game?”. arXiv:1701.08573 [quant-ph]
  3.  Vyas, N. & Saha, D. & Panigrahi, P.K. “Rooted-tree network for optimal non-local gate implementation”. Quantum Inf Process 15, 3855–3867 (2016).