One postdoctoral research position is available in the Department of Mathematics to work with Asst. Prof. Cihan Okay on the "Foundations of quantum computational advantage" project funded by the European Union. Applications are encouraged from candidates working on areas related to quantum computing and polyhedral computation. Further details of the project are available at

starting as soon as possible.

The position (100% regular working time) is initially limited to 3 years (according to the German law “Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz“) and includes a teaching responsi- bility of up to 4 hours per week. The possibility to obtain further scientific qualifications is provided and it is expected that the successful applicant will develop an independent scientific expertise and actively work towards establishing a (junior) research group.

Quantum Compiler Developer
Parity Quantum Computing GmbH
(Innsbruck, Full time, m/w/x)

Quantum Algorithm Developer
Parity Quantum Computing GmbH
(Innsbruck/Ulm/Hamburg, Full time, m/w/x)


Saturday, October 8, 2022 to Sunday, October 16, 2022

Submission deadline: 

Friday, October 7, 2022

Registration deadline: 

Friday, October 7, 2022

Zapraszamy na pierwsze w Polsce warsztaty z programowania komputerów kwantowych QSilver! Tym razem zakres tematyczny obejmuje sferę Blocha, kwantową transformatę Fouriera i algorytm Shora (

Udział w warsztatach jest bezpłatny, będą one odbywały się w trybie zdalnym w dniach 8-9.10 & 15-16.10, w g. 16-20.

Your mission

You set the highest standards for the Quality of your work, you Anticipate bottlenecks and work out appropriate solutions, you are Nosy and constantly looking for optimizations in your daily work and you feel most comfortable as part of a strong Team. Congratulations — you are Q.ANT

Your tasks

As a Software Developer at Q.ANT, you will be working on our quantum software stack, which is one of the essential parts of achieving our grand vision of photonic quantum computing. You will design and implement new features and components while improving the existing codes and making them more efficient. You will collaborate closely with the experts in our quantum computing team to provide the necessary modules and extensions to our software.

Your tasks

In integrated photonics the testing and characterisation of the components and circuits is of crucial importance to validate ideas, improve designs but also to assess the full photonic system. Because of the many components which can be integrated into one PIC, this is a challenging but rewarding job and as a characterisation and testing engineer this is your turf! You check the PICs as they come fresh from the fab and make sure, they perform as they should. You dynamically develop and adopt test procedures to benchmark the latest layouts and designs.

The photonic integrated circuits (PIC) design and simulations engineers bridges the gap between the desires of the quantum architects and the needs and constrains of the PIC fabrication. You will develop new PIC components and circuits based on models and simulations and implement them as designs and layouts.

A post-doctoral position is open at the Interdisciplinary Research Institute of Grenoble (IRIG) of the CEA Grenoble (France) on the theory and modeling of silicon/germanium spin quantum bits (qubits). The selected candidate is expected to start early 2023, for up to three years.


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