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As part of the Frontiers in Quantum Technology (FQT) Programme, applications are invited for a PhD position in our group at Imperial College London, United Kingdom. The position is fully funded, and includes an excellent salary, ranging between £35,653 - £42,857 per annum (note: this range is approximate only and may vary significantly depending on the exchange rate). More details can be found at the Employer web page above.

Date: 28th January 2014
Time: 2pm UTC/GMT
Speaker: Troels Frimodt Rønnow (ETH Zurich)
Title: Quantum annealing on 503 qubits

As part of Nottingham Trent University's commitment to investing in research that shapes lives and society, the university will award 12 fully-funded Vice-Chancellor's PhD Scholarships for 2014.

Applications are invited for an NTU Vice-Chancellor PhD Scholarship in the area of quantum information processing with applications to quantum technologies. For more, please see:

The Department of Quantum Optics and Atomic Physics at the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw is looking for a postdoctoral researcher to work on a project in the area of theoretical quantum information with a special focus on quantum metrology.

Applications from Indian nationals are invited for the position of a Research Associate (initially for 1 year, extendable upto 3 years based on performance) under the project “Topology, quantum computation and spintronics with Dirac materials” in the School of Physical Sciences, NISER funded by DST Nanomisssion, Govt. of India.
Qualification - Candidate should have Ph.D degree in Physics (or, should have submitted the thesis), preferably in theory. Fellowship: Rs.24,000+HRA (as per DST norms) per month. Age: Maximum 35 years.


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