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Cryptology is an area of study and research which has numerous applications especially in the area of information and communication technology. The 4th International Cryptology and Information Security Conference 2014 (Cryptology2014) is one of the many steps towards enhancing and realizing research and applications of cryptology in Malaysia through research collaboration and discussion with research counterparts from the international arena.
The Institute for Logic, Language & Computation (ILLC) at the University of Amsterdam, and the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) are looking for a PhD candidate in the area of quantum cryptography.
The aim of the PhD project is to develop new quantum-cryptographic protocols (beyond the task of key distribution) and explore their possibilities and limitations. An example of an active research topic is position-based quantum cryptography.
The fourth International Iran Conference on Quantum Information (IICQI 2014), organized jointly by Sharif University of Technology's Department of Physics and the University of Calgary's Institute for Quantum Science and Technology http://www.iqst.ca/, will be held in Kish Island, Iran, September 6-10, 2014.
The open postdoc positions will be to work in the theory group of Professor Cristiano Ciuti, who was recently awarded a European Research Council (ERC) Grant entitled ‘Theory of strongly correlated photonic systems’ (CORPHO).
The open PhD position will be to work in the theory group of Professor Cristiano Ciuti, who was recently awarded a European Research Council (ERC) Grant entitled ‘Theory of strongly correlated photonic systems’ (CORPHO).
A suitably qualified and experienced individual is required to carry out independent research in theoretical cold atomic physics. The research is contributing to the efforts of the international MATTERWAVE consortium that aims at building and characterising a guided matter wave interferometer based on cold trapped atoms.
Candidates must have a PhD in physics and experience in theoretical atomic physics and Bose condensed gases. Expertise in quantum optics and metrology will be helpful.