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Marie Curie Research Fellow (PhD position)
University of Nottingham, School of Physics and Astronomy
Salary: From £36,929 per annum
Applications are invited for the above post to work with Prof Peter Krüger in the framework of a European funded project at the University of Nottingham.
The University of Surrey is looking to employ a full time Post Doctoral Researcher funded through the Hub, this post is available from 1 October 2014 and is funded for 3 years in the first instance. Quantum technologies harness the features of quantum mechanics to perform tasks that are hard or impossible with conventional technologies.
Research Associate and Project fellow positions in "Topology, quantum computation and spintronics with Dirac materials"
Applications from Indian nationals are invited for the following positions (initially for 1 year) under the project “Topology, quantum computation and spintronics with Dirac materials” in the School of Physical Sciences, NISER, Bhubaneswar, India funded by Dept. of Science and Technology, DST-Nanomisssion, Govt. of India.
1. RESEARCH ASSOCIATE:
Qualification - Candidate should have Ph.D degree in Physics (or, should have submitted the thesis), preferably in theory. Fellowship: Rs.24,000+House Rent Allowance (as per DST norms) per month.
The Quantum Nanophotonics Lab of Dr. Paul Barclay at the Institute for Quantum Science and Technology, the National Institute for Nanotechnology, and the University of Calgary is inviting applications for postdoctoral scholar positions in quantum nanophotonics and optomechanics. Successful applicants will lead experiments utilizing nanophotonic and nanomechanical devices to manipulate quantum systems, develop quantum light sources, and demonstrate nanoscale sensors.
Applications are invited for a 2-3 years long postdoctoral position to work with Dr. Andrzej Dragan on the interdisciplinary field of relativistic quantum information. The research is aiming at exploiting relativity to improve quantum information tasks and studying quantum information protocols in the presence of gravity. Candidates must be motivated, confident and creative. They must have a PhD in physics and experience with quantum theory and relativity. Knowledge of quantum information and quantum optics is also desirable.
The school is part of the activities of the Marie Curie Training Network PICQUE (www.picque.eu) devoted to the development of integrated optics as a platform for quantum science and technology. The workshop will be a precious opportunity for researcher within and outside the consortium to present their latest results, and hear about the new ideas in the field. The three-day schedule will see talks from top-level international keynote and invited speakers, as well as contributed talks and posters.