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The aim of the Workshop is to discuss current theoretical developments on quantum non-equilibrium dynamics at the interface of statistical mechanics, condensed matter, cold atoms, quantum information, quantum probability and quantum control.

Invited Speakers:
T. Brandes (Berlin), S. Diehl (Innsbruck), B. Doyon (London), F. Essler (Oxford), C. Flindt (Geneva),
J. Gough (Aberystwyth), M. Müller (Madrid), F. Verstraete (Vienna), M. Wolf (Munich)

Submission deadline: 

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Registration deadline: 

Sunday, April 28, 2013

The Canadian Quantum Information Students' Conference (CQISC) is the annual conference in the field of Quantum Information Sciences run by and for students across Canada and around the world. The conference is open to students of various backgrounds including, but not limited to, physics, mathematics, computer science, chemistry and engineering. The conference is held over the five days following the Annual Canadian Summer School on Quantum Information. All participants are encouraged to present a 20 minutes talk or contribute a poster on their research area.

The Canadian Summer School on Quantum Information is now in its 13th year and is proud to bring together students from Canada and other countries to learn about quantum information science. Past schools have been held in Toronto, Montréal, Sherbrooke, Waterloo, Vancouver and Calgary. This annual summer school series focuses on educating select early-stage graduate students in a stimulating environment of lectures by world-leading researchers covering leading aspects of quantum information.

JQI Experimental Postdoctoral Fellows are expected to work in close collaboration with one or more JQI Fellows. The successful applicant has the freedom to choose from a variety of research areas. Quantum information science utilizes many different experimental platforms. At JQI, researchers can specialize in areas such as degenerate gases, quantum information with trapped ions, quantum optics, and superconducting qubits. Applicants are encouraged to explore the JQI website and to contact JQI Fellows to inquire about current research interests.

PhD opportunity at the Quantum Technology group at Queen's (http://web.am.qub.ac.uk/wp/qo/)

A number of fully funded 3-year PhD studentships (DEL and EPSRC) are available at the Centre for Theoretical Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics (CTAMOP), Queen's University Belfast.

QTeQ has made available at least 3 projects to work on topics of quantum information processing under the supervision of Dr. G. De Chiara, Dr. A. Ferraro, and Dr. M. Paternostro.

Interested students are prompted to visit CTAMOP website

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