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We offer a 3.5-years PhD position for a motivated researcher to join our work on spin qubits in silicon carbide (SiC). Colour centres in SiC have recently be shown to uniquely combine excellent spin properties with ultrastable optical transitions for spin-photon interfacing. Our goal is to exploit the technological properties of this semiconductor, with established growth, doping and fabrication, to develop quantum devices to build building blocks for the future Quantum Internet.

We invite you to the next QWorld seminar. During this meeting, Sarah Kaiser will talk about the open-source quantum software community.

QWebinar: "Growing the open source quantum software community" by Sarah Kaiser

From the speaker: When we are developing new technology, it is our communities that develop and drive us further than any individual effort could. We have lots of examples of how communities have helped shape other technologies and in particular open source software projects and people that now underpin much of our current software ecosystems. I want to share with you my journey from academia working as an open-source quantum developer at the Unitary Fund, what I have learned about the role that open source software has to play in developing quantum technologies, and how you can help grow our quantum community.

At Xanadu, we are learners, innovators, researchers, collaborators and problem solvers. We are creating something that has never been built before. What we are doing is extremely hard, the classic moon shot. Few people in their life will be able to be a part of something like this, where if we are successful, the technologies we develop will solve some of the world’s most challenging problems, and literally change the world. And that is something to be excited about!

A Postdoctoral Research Associate (PDRA) position is available in the area of quantum technologies, supported by an Innovate UK project Assurance for Quantum Random Number Generators. This project is a major collaboration with several industrial partners. The aim is to work with such companies, studying their current commercial and near commercial quantum random number generators (QRNGs) in order to accurately assess the amount of quantum randomness they are generating.

The School of Computing Science at Simon Fraser University (SFU) invites applications for a prestigious Tier 2 Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Quantum Computing. SFU is the host university of the Quantum Algorithms Institute, which is an interdisciplinary, multi-university initiative with an initial investment of $17M committed by the Province of British Columbia. In addition, Vancouver is the home of multiple leading quantum companies such as D-Wave and 1Qbit.


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