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The project aims to optimally allocate available quantum and classical resources a developer needs for a specific algorithm, by breaking larger circuits into smaller pieces that are distributed to different quantum processing units in parallel, with few quantum connectives between them, and then recombining the results.

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The newly established Mathematical Quantum Information research team at RIKEN is recruiting two postdoctoral researchers for a period of 2 years each. The positions can begin as soon as possible.

The successful candidates will work on the project "Foundations of quantum resources: mathematical theory for the structure and applications of quantum phenomena", which is a broad and open-ended investigation of the mathematical foundations of quantum information, and will offer a large degree of flexibility.

Topics of particular interest include: quantum resource theories, theory of entanglement, classical and quantum Shannon theory, convex optimisation problems in quantum information, quantum foundations.

Two PhD projects are on offer in hardware for quantum science and optical clocks:


Tuesday, November 7, 2023 to Friday, November 10, 2023

Submission deadline: 

Thursday, June 29, 2023

Registration deadline: 

Thursday, October 5, 2023

Announcing the inaugural Quantum Thermodynamics Down Under (QTDU) conference in Brisbane, Australia, 7th -- 10th November 2023.

QTDU2023 is an opportunity for researchers in quantum thermodynamics and related fields to get to know each other, fostering new connections and collaborations across Australia, the Asia-Pacific region, and internationally.


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