There are several positions for Master and PhD students in the group of “Quantum many-body physics and quantum information in cold atoms” (QMQICA) led by Prof. Dr. Yongchang Zhang at Xi’an Jiaotong University (XJTU), Xi’an, China. These positions are funded by Chinese Government Scholarship (CSC Scholarship). Please see more details about the scholarship in the following link: http://sie.xjtu.edu.cn/en/Application_Guide/Pre_admission_Letter_Applica...
The nanoelectronics theory groups at Forschungszentrum Juelich and RWTH Aachen are looking for highly motivated candidates to fill a Ph.D. position. The candidate will conduct research on theoretical aspects of nonequilibrium thermodynamics and quantum processors using quantum information theory. Dr. Ansari will supervise the projects and collaborate with leading experimental groups.
For our group at the University of Siegen (Germany) we are looking for a motivated postdoc
in the field of quantum information theory, foundations of quantum theory, and quantum optics.
The group is led by three PIs (Otfried Gühne, Matthias Kleinmann, and Stefan Nimmrichter) and
the research topics include:
Wednesday, December 14, 2022 to Thursday, December 15, 2022
Thursday, October 27, 2022
Join us for an exciting two-day workshop with an intense focus on continuous-variable photonic quantum computing in a Christmas-decorated Copenhagen.
The aim of the workshop is to gather a large share of the researchers working on this rather specific topic for engaging talks and discussions. This will hopefully generate new ideas and further advance the prospects of bulding a truly scalable photonic quantum computer. The list of invited speakers include many of the top experts in the field.
We are starting a research program into ultrafast quantum sensing and metrology. We are in particular looking for candidates with a background in quantum and nonlinear optics/quantum sensing/quantum metrology. The project aims to develop ultrafast probe states for doing sensing in regions of the electromagnetic spectrum beyond the visible/near-visible band. The selected candidate will also be jointly advised by Prof. J.E. Sipe from the University of Toronto.
We are seeking a talented Postdoctoral Research Associate (PDRA) to work with Prof. Roger Colbeck on quantum random number generators (QRNGs). The project will either involve studying current commercial or near-commercial QRNGs with a view to accurately assess the amount of quantum randomness they can produce, or investigating the best way to make device-independent QRNGs more practical. This is a theoretical project that will involve interaction with experimental groups and/or commercial partners.
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position in the areas of quantum cryptography and quantum foundations at QICI Quantum Information and Computation Initiative of the Department of Computer Science, The University of Hong Kong.
Oxford Ionics is a start-up building Quantum Computers to revolutionise industries from cybersecurity to material design. Quantum Computing offers a radically new way of building computers that harnesses the power of quantum physics to exponentially outperform conventional supercomputers. We are using unique trapped-ion technology to build the first Quantum Computers that can realise this potential.