Michel Barbeau

Carleton University/Canada
Michel Barbeau is a professor of Computer Science. He got a Bachelor (Université de Sherbrooke, Canada ’85), a Master’s and a Ph.D., in Computer Science (Université de Montreal, Canada ’87 & ’91. From ’91 to ’99, he was a professor at Université de Sherbrooke. During the ’98-’99 academic year, he was a visiting researcher at the University of Aizu, Japan. Since 2000, he works at Carleton University, School of Computer Science, Canada. His current research interests are wide area ad hoc networks, underwater communications and networks, quantum communications and networks and cyber-physical systems security.

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Protection of Quantum Data Communications

Quantum data communication protocols are theoretically secure, aren’t they? But wait, they involve classical bits. Quantum nodes use classical hardware and software. Quantum storage is

Quantum Predictive Modelling with Applications in Cyber-physical Security

This article is about augmenting a learning agent with “what if” thinking ability. Before effectively doing an action during exploration, the agent tries to predict what may be eventually observed. Thus, possible disastrous consequences can be avoided. Building on the potential of quantum computing, we explore how an agent can be augmented with predictive modeling. We introduce a quantum predictive modeling approach leveraging an extended Grover’s algorithm. The approach is illustrated using the metaphor of a cat and a mouse evolving in a grid environment.

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