We would like to draw your attention to the annual meeting
of the division "Quantum Information" of the German Physical
Society, taking place in Hannover (Germany) from 5 - 10 March
2023. This year, the meeting is organized as a part of the
meeting of the atomic physics section, you find more information
and the abstract submission page at
TU Delft’s Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science (EEMCS) invites applications for tenure-track faculty in the area of Quantum Computer Science (QCS). QCS is a growing subdivision of EEMCS at TU Delft, and has a mission to endow society with the full potential of quantum technologies. In view of this endeavour, QCS values research in all areas of quantum computing, quantum information, and quantum communication with a special focus on making quantum technologies a practical reality.
Monday, November 21, 2022 to Friday, November 25, 2022
Saturday, November 19, 2022
In the framework of the European School of Antennas, we are pleased to inform you that the course "Quantum Electromagnetics - Modeling the Nanoscale in the Real World" will be organized by the ELEDIA Research Center at the University of Trento (ELEDIA@UniTN) in collaboration with Prof. Amir BOAG of the Tel Aviv University.
The quantum information theory group at the department of physics, National Chung Hsing University (located in Taichung, Taiwan) is recruiting a postdoc specializing in, but not limited to, quantum information, quantum optics, quantum entanglement, and Bell nonlocality. The successful candidate can also develop her/his own project with other research groups.
Open postdoctoral positions at Los Alamos National Laboratory in quantum information science. We are looking for motivated individuals eager to perform original research in an open and collaborative environment.
In the Theory of Cold Atoms group of Prof. Uwe R. Fischer at Seoul National University,
a Postdoc position is open in the field of simulations of curved spacetime (aka analogue gravity).
Previous published experience in analogue gravity is required.
Possible physical realizations include, but are not limited to, ultracold quantum gases, ion traps, condensates of light, and graphene.
Submitted by mitchison on Tue, 08/11/2022 - 01:09.
We are seeking motivated and talented experimentalists and theorists, at both PhD and postdoctoral level, to join an international consortium funded by the EU’s Quantum Flagship. Positions are available at three European institutions: Trinity College Dublin, the University of Murcia, and Oxford University. Postdoc positions are available from November 2022 (with some flexibility on the start date) and are funded for 3 years, subject to satisfactory performance. All positions come with a generous allowance for travel and computational equipment.