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Creating Post-Quantum Cryptography for Attribute-Based Encryption

Introduced in a 2005 paper co-authored by NTT Research Cryptography & Information Security (CIS) Lab Director Brent Waters, attribute-based encryption (ABE) is now approaching commercialization. As a case in point, NTT is conducting a proof-of-concept (POC) information-sharing platform using ABE with the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Part of a broader technology partnership with UTS, …

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Ryoma Ishii: Bioengineering Skills, Stem Cells and Transforming Healthcare

Ryoma Ishii is a Research Scientist in the Medical & Health Informatics (MEI) Lab, which he joined in June 2022, and has been a Visiting Scholar at the Harvard University John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences since 2019. He obtained his BS and MS degrees in Chemistry, with distinction, from the University …

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NTT and NIMS Accelerate Ultrafast Graphene Photodetection

By Kazuhiro Gomi, President & CEO of NTT Research NTT Research is unique, but not the only organization in our corporation with ambitious long-range 1goals. Another research group within NTT, for instance, in collaboration with Japan’s National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), recently broke new ground involving technology that may take a decade to implement. …

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Exploring the Chemistry Between Quantum Computing and EV Batteries

Theoretical work on quantum computing (QC) is advancing in many ways. Meanwhile, industries are enlisting existing QC technology to address specific near-term problems. Over the past few years, for instance, the automotive industry has been tapping QC companies for help in optimizing electric vehicle (EV) battery chemistry. Companies such as VW, Daimler-Benz, Toyota and Hyundai …

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NTT Research Brings ‘Viral’ & ‘Digital Doppelgänger’ to Television

This month, NTT Research made its debut on television with two commercials exploring the value of foundational research as a cornerstone of NTT’s innovation mission. In “Viral,” we tell the story of how decades of basic research into respiratory viruses enabled the rapid development of a vaccine against the coronavirus—and posits that today’s basic research …

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NTT Research Discusses Analog Machine Learning at VentureBeat Event

NTT Research President and CEO Kazuhiro Gomi and Physics & Informatics (PHI) Lab Research Scientists Logan Wright and Tatsuhiro Onodera discussed physical neural networks on July 19 during the VentureBeat Transform 2022 event held in San Francisco. The innovative research of Drs. Wright and Onodera and colleagues at Cornell University, published earlier this year in …

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Yamakawa and Zhandry Advance Verifiable Quantum Advantage

A recent paper co-authored by NTT Research Cryptography & Information Security (CIS) Lab Senior Scientist Mark Zhandry provides a new approach to verifying quantum advantage or proving quantumness. Discussed by Dr. Zhandry in a workshop at the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing on June 13, the paper was described as a “breakthrough” by …

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Marc Jankowski on Nonlinear optics, Supercontinua and Temporal Trapping

Marc Jankowski joined NTT Research as a research scientist in 2020. He has a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Stanford University and explores the intersection of nonlinear dynamics with optical systems, particularly nanophotonic devices. Dr. Jankowski’s work with the NTT Research PHI Lab addresses such questions as: What are the ultimate limits, in terms of …

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Dr. Emondi on Types of Labs and Successful Research

Dr. Al Emondi, an experienced organizational and technology leader, joined NTT Research in March 2022 as Head of Partner Strategy. In that role, Dr. Emondi became part of the NTT Research leadership advisory team, with responsibilities that include growth and research partner opportunities, strategic project and program support, partner enablement and value, and research investments. …

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