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Applications are invited for an MSCA Individual Fellowship at the National University of Ireland Galway. Areas of interest include

Simon Benjamin’s group (a team of 11 students and postdocs) is recruiting. The position is titled Quantum Theory for Early Quantum Computers and we’re interested in hearing from anyone with skills in that broad area. You’d work with theory and experimental teams from around the UK and beyond, as part of the UK’s national quantum Hub in QC. Please see the link for more info.

QWebinar: Q&A session with Scott Aaronson on quantum computing from the 80s to 20s During the next QWebinar we will host Scott Aaronson. It will be a Q&A session on quantum computing from the 80s to 20s. You can share your questions in advance when filling the application form. Andris Ambainis will be our special guest moderator.

Date: 18:00 (CEST), July 15, 2020.
Registration form: https://forms.gle/h4K9HZmcLvubjnRi8
Application deadline: 18:00 (CEST) on June 17, 2020

PhD positions in Experimental and Theoretical Quantum Science

The Center for Complex Quantum Systems at the Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University, invites applications for several PhD positions with exciting opportunities to join new collaborative research projects in theoretical and experimental quantum physics.

The positions are available from September 1, 2020.

Warsaw Quantum Computing GroupWe invite you to the next (remote) meeting of the Warsaw Quantum Computing Group, 13.07 at 18:00 CEST! The talk "Variational Quantum Algorithms – how do they work?" will be given by Michał Stęchły.

If you are interested, please register (no later than 12.07, EOD).

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