ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Sciences, a centre based in Castelldefels (Barcelona), devoted to the research and education of the optical and photonic sciences, at the highest international level, is looking for a highly-motivated post-doctoral researcher to develop and exploit new entangled photon sources based on integrated optical technologies.

Application deadline: 
Tuesday, December 30, 2008

ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Sciences, a centre based in Castelldefels (Barcelona), devoted to the research and education of the optical and photonic sciences, at the highest international level, is currently offering a post-doctoral position to a well-qualified, highly motivated and dynamic young scientist who wishes to enhance his/her scientific career in the field of Experimental Quantum Optics with Cold Atoms. The successful candidate will be part of the research group led by Dr. Morgan Mitchell.

Application deadline: 
Tuesday, December 30, 2008

A post-doc position for 1 year (eventually renewed for 1 more year) will open in September 2008, based at the Mathematics Department, Laboratoire Paul Painlevé, University of Lille 1, France. It is financed by the ANR grant Quantum Statistics.

Candidates from applied mathematics, statistics with a solid mathematical background or from theoretical physics are invited to send a full CV and a letter describing their research interests to statquant@free.fr

Net salary will be about 2000 euros/month (income tax excluded).

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We are looking for candidates to fill a postdoctoral position in quantum optics, many body physics and related areas at Instituto de Ciencias Nucleares, UNAM, Mexico City. The position is open for one year, with option for a second year, starting in February 2009. Salaries are internationally competitives.

The research areas include
- quantum optics
- algebraic methods applied to the quantum many body problem
- quantum phase transitions
- nuclear and subnuclear structure
- low energy models for baryons and mesons
- double beta decay.
- symmetries in molecules.