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We are looking for a co-investigator in a H2020 EURAMET EMPIR 18SIB05 ROCIT „Robust Optical Clocks for International Timescales” project. The goal of our group is to improve the robustness of optical clocks so that they can run unattended for long periods. More information on http://empir.npl.co.uk/rocit/ and http://famo.fizyka.umk.pl/kl-famo-umk/research-umk/optical-atomic-clock/ pages.

Quantum Science Group at Duke Kunshan University, led by Prof. Myung-Joong Hwang, is offering postdoctoral research positions to conduct research in the area of theoretical quantum optics, many-body physics, and quantum technologies. A potential research topic includes, but not limited to, understanding cooperative and critical quantum phenomena of strong light-matter interaction and finding their application for quantum technologies such as quantum simulation and quantum metrology.


Friday, January 1, 2021 to Saturday, January 1, 2022

Registration deadline: 

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

We invite you to participate in online seminars in Quantum Information and Quantum Computing organised by Center for Theoretical Physics of Polish Academy of Sciences.

The topics covered fall under broad spectra of quantum information, quantum computing, and foundations of quantum mechanics. The vibe of the meetings is fairly informal and we encourage interactions between the audience and the speakers.

The Seminar takes place on Thursdays at 15:15 Warsaw time .

We are seeking for a talented and independent graduate student who wishes to develop her/his scientific career in a productive and motivating environment. This doctoral degree project will be carried out in the quantum photonics group led by Ana Predojevic (http://qphotonics.fysik.su.se). The successful candidate should have interest in quantum optics, quantum metrology, or quantum technologies.

We are seeking a highly motivated PhD student to work on theoretical aspects related to quantum many-body physics. Research topics can include:

- non-equilibrium processes in synthetic quantum matter

- dynamical phases in light-matter systems

- fluctuations and correlations in open quantum systems

- application of advanced numerical methods (e.g. machine learning or tensor networks) to the dynamics of open and closed quantum systems

- quantum cellular automata and quantum enhanced neural network designs


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