Dr. Amor GUEDDANA received his engineering degree in Telecommunications in 2007, and his MSc degree in 2008, from the Higher School of Communication of Tunis, SUP’COM. He is an assistant professor at the Engineering School of Carthage, Tunisia. Dr. GUEDDANA obtained his PhD degree at Sup'Com, university of Carthage, on december 12, 2014. His thesis researches were focused on the study and modeling of the quantum Controlled-NOT gate and it's applications to quantum cryptography and quantum information encoding. He is an active member in the Green, Smart Communication System Lab (GRESCOM), where Dr. GUEDDANA is conducting researches about quantum cryptography, quantum photons entanglement, quantum computing, quantum realtional databases, quantum query langages, quantum algorithms and quantum probabilistic logic gates.
Abstract probabilistic CNOT gate model based on double encoding: study of the errors and physical realizability
Optimized QKD BB84 protocol using quantum dense coding and CNOT gates: feasibility based on probabilistic optical devices
Modeling of the whispering gallery mode in microdisk and microgear resonators using a Toeplitz matrix formalism for single-photon source