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Frontiers in Science: Protecting the power grid with physics

May 26, 2021 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
This is an online, virtual event
Raymond Newell
Micaela Hester
(505) 396-1648
Public Event

Event Description

Every day, we try to keep important information — like our emails and our bank accounts — safe from hackers. But when it comes to protecting the energy grid, clever passwords and anti-malware packages are simply not enough.

The solution? Physics. Join Raymond Newell for a fascinating look at Quantum-Ensured Defense of the Smart Electric Grid (QED), a new approach for power security. This cutting-edge technique uses single particles of light for encryption and authentication to keep our secrets safe and our grid secure — now and into the future.

Frontiers in Science is presented by the Los Alamos National Laboratory Fellows. This series features conversations with scientists, engineers and other experts behind some of the most innovative developments in scientific achievement.

Register now.
Password: FISciencep

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