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Your Tasks

  • Developing quantum machine learning algorithms
  • Investigating error mitigation for NISQ devices
  • Participating in cooperation projects with industry and research
  • Managing project assignments and/or supervising students
  • Disseminating research results in scientific publications, lectures and by attending outreach activities aimed at the general public (e.g., events, trade fairs, etc.)

What we expect from you

We are currently hiring for five roles at Nu Quantum. These are :

- QRNG Experimental Scientist
- QRNG Theoretical Scientist
- Quantum Optics Scientist
- Quantum Detector Scientist
- Project Manager

Our roles are based in Cambridge, United Kingdom.

We are offering both a fully funded three-year postdoctoral position (E13) and a PhD position (E13 3/4) to highly motivated and well-qualified researchers who intend to conduct research in the field of quantum error correction and related fields. The scientific project will relate to the fundamentals of topological quantum error correcting codes as well as to near-term error mitigation in realistic quantum devices. The successful candidates will work as part of the research group led by Jens Eisert at the FU Berlin.


Thursday, September 17, 2020 to Friday, September 18, 2020

Registration deadline: 

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

CEMS Topical Meeting Online on "Quantum Technology meets Quantum Matter"
(Organized by RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science)

Day 1: Thursday, 17 September, 9am-12pm (Japan Standard Time)
Day 2: Friday, 18 September, 9am-12pm (Japan Standard Time)

**The talks will be recorded and can be viewed after the meeting for a limited time.**

Day 1:
Katja Nowack (Cornell U.)
"Local magnetic measurements of unconventional superconductors"

Postdoc position at the MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Center (PSFC), to design quantum algorithms (with a numerical or analytical characterization of their performance) for solving plasma physics and fusion-relevant problems on fault-tolerant or near-term quantum platforms. Will work closely with and under the supervision of professors Loureiro and Cappellaro (MIT) and Dr. Hari Krovi (BBN) and collaborate and assist the supervision of graduate students involved in the project.



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