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Nori’s group at RIKEN (in a nice suburb right outside Tokyo, Japan) is seeking Postdoctoral Researchers and Research Scientists working on (1) quantum computing using superconducting circuits, and/or (2) AI machine learning applied to quantum physics.

Our top priorities are now: (1) quantum computing using superconducting qubits, (2) coherent Ising machines, and (3) neural networks and machine learning applied to quantum physics. Candidates with prior experience in these topics will have priority.

Our VCQ-PhD School (following on from the former CoQus-PhD School) invites
you to become part of an active community of young scientists with
opportunities to do experimental and/or theoretical research at the forefront
of Quantum Science. You will also get to participate in networking events,
international conferences, transferable skills and career development
Details of the application process and more information about the current

The HCTPA seeks to fill one postdoctoral position in computational and theoretical AMO physics to commence in the academic year 2021/2 (starting date is 1/OCT/2021 or a bit later):
The successful research fellow joining the center will work on the out-of-equilibrium dynamics of mixtures, impurities, and Bose-Einstein condensates.
The appointment is for 1+1 years pending a successful 1st year.
The salary is according to the University of Haifa post-doctorate scale.

A PhD position has opened in the newly established Theory of Controlled Quantum Systems group at Trinity College Dublin (TCD), led by Mark Mitchison. The group’s research lies at the intersection of open quantum systems, non-equilibrium statistical physics, and quantum information. This position is created in connection with a new MSc in Quantum Science and Technology at TCD, which will train the next generation of quantum scientists in Ireland and connect academic research with the quantum technology industry.


Nu Quantum is looking to fund a 3-6 month long internship starting during summer 2021. The internships are full-time, paid, and based in Cambridge where possible.

Ideal candidates are either well into their PhDs, or recently finished. The projects will be carried out at the Nu Quantum headquarters and optics lab in Cambridge, collaboratively with the team which is now 15-strong.


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