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Dates: 

Monday, November 19, 2012

Date/time: 20th November 2pm GMT/UTC
Speaker: Rob Spekkens (Perimeter Institute)
Title: Quantum correlations from the perspective of causal discovery algorithms

Palacky University in Olomouc is announcing the 2-year position of a post-doctorate researcher in theory of quantum information processing based on quantum optics. The research will be focused on quantum key distribution and quantum phenomena in discrete or continuous variable systems.
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The applicants should provide the following documents:
* Structured curriculum vitae.
* List of publications.
* Copy of Ph.D. diploma.
* Motivation letter specifying the research interests.
* Recommendation letter (optional).

The Center for Optics and Photonics (CEFOP), www.cefop.cl , funded by the Basal Program for Scientific and Technological Centers of Excellence (CONICYT), is calling for four postdoctoral research positions in experimental and theoretical nonlinear optics and quantum information. Successful candidates will work at the recently inaugurated nonlinear optics laboratory in Santiago or at the quantum Information laboratory in Concepción.

* National Institute for Theoretical Physics, KZN Node, Durban, South Africa
* Postdoctoral Fellow (1position),
* Two year Contract

Dates: 

Monday, May 6, 2013

Submission deadline: 

Monday, December 31, 2012

Registration deadline: 

Monday, December 31, 2012

The quest to create complex synthetic quantum systems from the bottom up is currently one of the most active and exciting areas of physics. It promises the ability to study new and advanced quantum mechanical effects for fundamental science and applications in quantum engineering. Typical experimental systems in this area are cold atoms and ions, nano-resonators, semiconductor quantum dots or superconducting quantum interference devices, with new and exciting ones added regularly. All of these allow large experimental control and detailed theoretical understanding.

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