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The new round of Anne McLaren Fellowships (for women in science) and Nottingham Research Fellowships (for all candidates) at the University of Nottingham is now open. The Fellowships are open to outstanding early career researchers with up to 8 years of postdoctoral experience. The Fellowships offer a three year competitive salary, with a link to a permanent academic position at the end of the project (subject to performance).
Prof. Alexandr S. Holevo has been awarded by IEEE Information Theory Society with the Claude E. Shannon Award for year 2016. Prof. Holevo works at the Stekhlov Mathematical Institute in Moscow (Russia). He is one of pioneers of quantum information theory and has made substantial contribution in the areas of mathematical foundations of quantum theory, quantum statistics and quantum information theory.
A meeting on Quantum Information Processing and Applications (QIPA-2015) will be held during 07 - 13 December, 2015 at Harish-Chandra Research Institute (HRI), Allahabad, India. In this program, in addition to fundamental issues related to quantum information, we wish to include topics related to the interface of quantum information with other sciences like condensed matter, cold gas, and quantum optics. You are requested to complete the registration form, if you are interested to attend the program.
Group: AtomChip Laboratory (www.bgu.ac.il/atomchip)
Deadline: until positions are filled.
We invite applications for post-doctoral researchers in the field of quantum optics, cold atoms, and atom spectroscopy. We offer a highly stimulating and energetic environment for experimental and theoretical atomic physicists and very competitive offers for both domestic and international applicants, including generous re-location packages. Applicants should have extensive experience in atomic physics and ultra-cold atoms.
The Department of Physics and Astronomy is looking to appoint a Post-doctoral Research Associate to work on the EPSRC funded project "Towards fault-tolerant quantum computing with minimal resources" under direction of Dr Earl Campbell.
The project's goal is to quantify and reduce the resource cost of fault-tolerance protocols in quantum computation. The appointment is initially for 3 years. The project will leverage tools from physics, mathematics and computer science, and so applicants are welcomed with a training from any of these backgrounds.
11 fully-funded 4-year PhD positions to undertake cutting-edge technology research in Nottingham as part of the UK National Quantum Technologies Hub in Sensors and Metrology (http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/generic/quantum/index.aspx)
Projects include experimental studies of: ultracold atom systems; solid-state atom chips; optical and quantum electronic device design, fabrication and study; 3D printing of next-generation sensor chips; biomedical imaging; GPS
Excellent opportunities for multidisciplinary collaboration, including with experts in engineering and biomedical imaging,