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University Assistant (post doc) at the Faculty of Physics, University of Vienna

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Application deadline: 
19 Jan 2014

The University of Vienna (15 faculties, 4 centres, about 188 fields of study, approx. 9.700 members of staff, more than 92.000 students) seeks to fill the position of a

University Assistant (post doc)
at the Faculty of Physics.

Reference number: 5424

The University of Vienna invites applications for a Postdoctoral position (University Assistant) to work in Professor Ivette Fuentes' group as part of Quantum Optics, Quantum Nanophysics and Quantum Information at the Faculty of Physics.

Computer algebra in quantum computing and quantum information theory

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Dates: 
20 Jul 2015 - 23 Jul 2015
Location: 
Kalamata, Greece
Deadlines
Submission deadline: 
15 May 2015

Quantum information processing provides a plethora of new problems and research topics suitable for tackling using computer algebra systems. This includes the problems of characterizing multipartite entanglement, generation and optimization of quantum computational circuits and analysis of quantum walks and quantum automata. In the reverse direction, quantum algorithms which outperform their classical counterparts may be of use in symbolic calculations (e.g. Grobner Bases).

14th International Conference on Squeezed States and Uncertainty Relations

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Dates: 
29 Jun 2015 - 3 Jul 2015
Location: 
Gdansk-Sopot, University of Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland

ICSSUR covers a range of topics from quantum optics to quantum atom optics and quantum information:

coherent states and squeezed states
uncertainty relations
quantum superpositions
entanglement and decoherence
phase-space methods
continuous variables and quantum-information processing with continuous variables
twin photons, their sources, properties, and applications
photon-number-resolving detectors, homodyne detection and other detection techniques
atom and molecular optics with emphasis on non-classical behaviour
cavity and circuit QED
Bose-Einstein condensates
quantum memorie

PostDoc Position at the Univ. of Vienna

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Application deadline: 
15 Jan 2015

The research group (http:www.quantumparticlegroup.at) led by Beatrix C. Hiesmayr at the Faculty of Physics of University of Vienna (Austria) announces the opening of a PostDoc position in quantum physics. We are seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic researcher with an excellent scientific record in theoretical quantum physics.

PostDoc in quantum metrology

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Application deadline: 
5 Jan 2015

Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in networked quantum enhanced sensing in the quantum information science group of Animesh Datta. The post is part of the University of Warwick node of the Networked Quantum Technologies Hub, led by the University of Oxford.

PhD position in quantum metrology

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Application deadline: 
12 Jan 2015

We are looking for a post-graduate student to join the newly formed quantum information theory group of Animesh Datta at the University of Warwick. The goals of this theoretical project are first, to better understand the fundamental limits to precisions attainable in measurements, and second, to propose new techniques that use quantum physics to provide enhanced precisions. The student should be interested in a close interplay between concepts from theoretical quantum physics and techniques from mathematics.