Juljan Krause MSc, MA, BSc
My Current Roles:
- iPhD Researcher in Quantum Communication & Security Studies
- Policy Associate, Public Policy | Southampton
- Member of the Advisory Board, Centre for Doctoral Training in Web Science Innovation, University of Southampton
- Co-Editor-in-Chief, Evental Aesthetics
I am a final-year PhD Researcher at the School of Electronics & Computer Science at the University of Southampton. My thesis investigates the global (cyber)security challenges of quantum computing and quantum communication networks – I am studying what a future quantum internet will look like, what it can (and cannot) do, and what a good governance model for it would be.
I have particular expertise on great-power rivalry between China and the US in the quantum domain. Beyond quantum, I have published on policy issues around trusted autonomous systems for defence and cybersecurity.
My background is in maths, economics and computer science. I also hold a Professional Certificate in Quantum Computing from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
I have considerable experience in policy analysis, consultancy, teaching and data analytics that I have gained in roles with the UK Cabinet Office, eBay, the European Commission, the London School of Economics, Deutsche Bank Research and the Web Science Trust.
Some selected publications:
- Trusted autonomous systems in defence: A policy landscape review
- The Quantum Internet: A Network for All?
- The Quantum Threat: Why We Need Regulation and Transparency
- TBFY Horizon2020 Impact Reports
- Security implications of novel quantum information technologies
- Erosion of Sovereign Control: Deliberation, ‘We-Reasoning,’ and the Legitimacy of Norms and Standards in a Globalized World
- Collective Intentionality