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starting as soon as possible. The position (75% regular working time) entails a fixed-term con- tract for the duration of a PhD project. The successful applicant will be working on a cooperation project at the connection of Theoretical Physics and Experimental Physics. This position is lim- ited to 3 years (according to the German law “Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz“) and includes a teaching responsibility of up to 3 hours per week. The possibility to graduate as a PhD is provided.

One postdoctoral scholarship position is available in the group of Jorge Cayao at the Quantum Matter Theory Program at Uppsala University, Sweden. The group studies different topics in the field of condensed matter theory, including topological matter, non-Hermitian physics, Floquet phases, and odd-frequency superconductivity.

A four-year PhD position for EU/UK applicants is available in the Quantum Light and Matter group (https://www.tcd.ie/physics/research/groups/qlamg) at the School of Physics in Trinity College Dublin. The group has a range of interests, including quantum dynamics, open quantum systems, light-matter interactions, and more.

Applications are invited for a three-year postdoc position in the Quantum Light and Matter group (https://www.tcd.ie/physics/research/groups/qlamg) at the School of Physics in Trinity College Dublin. The group has a range of interests, including quantum dynamics, open quantum systems, light-matter interactions, and more.

Introduction to BIMSA

Yanqi Lake Beijing Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Applications (BIMSA), located in Huairou district of Beijing, is a mathematics research institution sponsored by Tsinghua University.

BIMSA is committed to basic, forward-looking and systematic research in all areas of mathematics, and frontiers of physics, computer science, finance and interdiscipline.
BIMSA currently setting up research in quantum information and quantum computing.

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