The Center for Quantum Information and Control (CQuIC, https://cquic.unm.edu/) at the University of New Mexico invites applications for Postdoctoral Fellow positions in theoretical quantum information science. Research at CQuIC covers a range of foundational and applied investigations on topics including quantum computation, control, measurement, communication, and simulation.
Fully founded 3-year theory PhD and Postdoc positions available now in the group of Prof. Jarek Korbicz within OPUS project "Novel approach to decoherence and information transfer studies in open quantum systems" founded by the National Science Center of Poland.
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position at the Centre for Quantum Computer Science, University of Latvia, lead by prof. Andris Ambainis. The Centre is among the strongest European research groups in quantum algorithms and currently consists of 5 faculty members and 14 postdocs and graduate students.
Research at the Centre is focused on quantum algorithms and quantum complexity theory, as well as related questions in classical computer science.
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research position with a possibility for extension, in the field of theory of quantum computations and quantum algorithms. The position will be held at Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech), Moscow, Russia. The start date is flexible.
The successful applicant will work in the research group led by Prof Jacob Biamonte in the area of quantum computations and quantum networks, with a focus on quantum enhanced algorithms and error mitigation on experimental devices.
A postdoc position (3 years) is available in the field of quantum information and computation in the group led by Hans Briegel at the University of Innsbruck.
Research in our group covers a range of topics including theory and applications of measurement-based quantum computation, quantum error correction, quantum communication, quantum machine learning, and the role of artificial intelligence in physics research.