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PhD positions in quantum information at Gdansk University

Basic information
Application deadline: 
3 Jul 2015

We offer two Ph.D. student positions in the project New fundamental bounds on correlations of a strictly quantum nature.

Q+ Hangout: Lorenzo Maccone

Important info
Dates: 
9 Jun 2015
Location: 
Online on Google+ https://plus.google.com/events/c1bq84u44ei64k691e6kpjpogj4

Date/Time: Tuesday, 9th June, 2015, at 1 pm GMT/UTC
Speaker: Lorenzo Maccone, Universita' di Pavia,
Title: Quantum Time

Abstract:
We give a consistent quantum description of time, based on Page and Wootters' conditional probabilities mechanism, that overcomes the criticisms that were raised against similar previous proposals. In particular we show how the model allows to reproduce the correct statistics of sequential measurements performed on a system at different times.

Research Associate/Fellows in Quantum Information at Nottingham (2 positions)

Basic information
Application deadline: 
22 Jun 2015

Applications are invited for two postdoctoral positions to work with Dr Gerardo Adesso on an ERC Starting Grant project entitled “Genuine quantumness in cooperative phenomena” funded by the European Research Council. The principal goal of the project is to analyse and challenge the quantum-classical border from a jointly fundamental and applicative viewpoint. The project is expected to deliver novel tools for the characterisation of quantumness in composite systems and to develop novel platforms for its practical utilisation in quantum technology applications.

Postdoctoral positions in the field of ultracold atomic gases and nuclear theory

Basic information
Application deadline: 
30 Jun 2015

Nuclear Theory Group invites applications to fill one or two postdoc positions. Applicants for these positions must have a Ph.D. degree, or foreign equivalent, and a strong record of published research in nuclear or condensed matter theory. We are looking for a candidate with knowledge of methods of many body quantum mechanics and possessing programming skills in Fortran and C. Knowledge of MPI and CUDA is an advantage.

Ph.D. positions in the field of ultracold atomic gases and nuclear theory

Basic information
Application deadline: 
30 Jun 2015

Nuclear Theory Group invites applications to fill one or two doctoral positions. Applicants for these positions must have a M.Sc. degree, or foreign equivalent, and some experience in research in theoretical nuclear physics or condensed matter theory. Prospective candidate should have an interest in computational methods, and their application to solve physical problems. The successful candidate will join the international group working on the theoretical description of low energy nuclear reactions, dynamics of quantum gases and nuclear matter in neutron stars.

3 Research Fellows (PhD candidates) in Informatics / Computer Science Department of Informatics, University of Bergen, Norway

3 Research Fellows (PhD candidates) in Informatics / Computer Science
Department of Informatics, University of Bergen, Norway

Closing date for applications: 1st June 2015

These positions are advertised across specialisations, and include the following possible research topics:

1. Quantum information Theory.
2. Quantum neural networks and quantum learning algorithms.
3. Quantum computation in the context of classical message-passing on graphs and quantum graph states.
4. Graph theoretic measures applied to quantum information processing, non-contextuality and generalised physical theories, and to quantum information capacities.