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Grade UE08: £45,585 to £54,395 per annum
Contract type: Full time (35 hours per week)
Fixed-term: Available for 24 months (with the potential for extension subject to the availability of additional funding)

The research group of Prof. Bihui Zhu at the Homer L. Dodge Department of Physics and Astronomy and the Center for Quantum Research and Technology at University of Oklahoma in the United States is looking for postdoctoral researchers to join us. The successful candidate will conduct theoretical research focusing on many-body phenomena relevant to near-term quantum platforms using cold atoms. Topics of research include but are not limited to, quantum dynamics, topological phases, and quantum sensing.

A postdoc position is available in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (DAMTP) at the University of Cambridge, in the group of Hamza Fawzi. The position is on the applications of convex relaxations to problems in quantum information and quantum many-body systems.

More details about the position and applications can be accessed at https://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/45271/. The application deadline is 15th of March 2024.

The goal of the program is to conduct research and develop software prototypes to support modern and complex software systems based on quantum computing. The program will focus on the creation of solutions to model, build and test systems based on quantum computing and hybrid systems, i.e., systems that integrate traditional components and quantum components.

The research group of Prof. Bihui Zhu at the Homer L. Dodge Department of Physics and Astronomy and the Center for Quantum Research and Technology at University of Oklahoma in the United States is looking for postdoctoral researchers to join us. The successful candidate will conduct theoretical research focusing on many-body phenomena relevant to current quantum devices, including neutral atom and trapped ion quantum computers. Topics of interest include but are not limited to, random quantum circuits, dynamical phase transitions, and quantum thermalization.

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