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Kenneth Goodenough

Room B204
K.D.Goodenough@[TUD]
Wehner Group

I am currently pursuing a PhD on the topic of (quantum communication). There are currently a significant amount of open questions on how to best perform quantum communication over long distances and/or in a network-setting. These questions require a non-trivial amount of input from both the theoretical and practical sides to be answered, which is what I am most interested in. In my spare time I enjoy listening and playing music, mathematics, and trying out new challenges.

Preprint/publications:

Parameter regimes for a single sequential quantum repeater
Filip Rozpędek, Kenneth Goodenough, Jérémy Ribeiro, Norbert Kalb, Valentina Caprara Vivoli, Andreas Reiserer, Ronald Hanson, Stephanie Wehner, David Elkouss
Quantum Science and Technology, 3, 3 (April 11, 2018)
online arXivpdf

Realistic parameter regimes for a single sequential quantum repeater
Filip Rozpędek, Kenneth Goodenough, Jérémy Ribeiro, Norbert Kalb, Valentina Caprara Vivoli, Andreas Reiserer, Ronald Hanson, Stephanie Wehner, David Elkouss
arXivpdf

Contextuality without nonlocality in a superconducting quantum system
Markus Jerger, Yarema Reshitnyk, Markus Oppliger, Anton Potočnik, Mintu Mondal, Andreas Wallraff, Kenneth Goodenough, Stephanie Wehner, Kristinn Juliusson, Nathan K. Langford& Arkady Fedorov
Nature Communications, 12930, July 2016
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Assessing the performance of quantum repeaters for all phase-insensitive Gaussian bosonic channels
K Goodenough, D Elkouss and S Wehner 
New Journal of Physics, Volume 18, June 2016
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Loophole-free Bell test using electron spins in diamond: second experiment and additional analysis
B. Hensen, N. Kalb, M.S. Blok, A. Dréau, A. Reiserer, R.F.L. Vermeulen, R.N. Schouten, M. Markham, D.J. Twitchen, K. Goodenough, D. Elkouss, S. Wehner, T. H. Taminiau, R. Hanson
Scientific Reports 6:30289, 2016
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