Our ambitious goals at Chalmers are to build a quantum computer with 100 superconducting qubits, and to apply it to real computational problems that cannot be efficiently solved on a conventional computer. Such computationally hard problems are found, e.g., in optimization, machine learning, quantum chemistry, materials science, etc. Having contributed to starting the research field of superconducting quantum circuits, we are now scaling up our efforts to build a quantum computer.

Application deadline: 
Tuesday, January 8, 2019

The quantum information science group of Animesh Datta at the University of Warwick is offering a PhD project for October 2019 entitled "Quantum sensors for fundamental physics".

See www.warwick.ac.uk/qinfo/join for details of the project and application instructions.

International students with exceptional records must contact Animesh Datta before January 15, 2018 for scholarship options.

Application deadline: 
Thursday, January 31, 2019

The Dipolar Quantum Gas group, led by Prof. F. Ferlaino, is inviting applications for two PhD positions and one Postdoctoral position in experimental physics. We are looking for exceptional and highly motivated students and researchers from physics to join us in our ambitious goal of understanding dipolar quantum matter and of realizing Rydberg quantum simulators, based on the novel resources provided by multi-electrons atoms from the rare-earth family.

To learn more about our group and our research visit www.erbium.at

Application deadline: 
Thursday, January 10, 2019
Dates: 
Friday, November 30, 2018

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT

ColOpt Winter school, 4th-8th March 2019, Herrsching, Munich, Germany
COLLECTIVE EFFECTS, STRUCTURED LIGHT AND QUANTUM MATTER

Website: https://www.colopt.eu/winterschool-2019

Dates: 
Friday, November 30, 2018

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT

ColOpt Winter school, 4th-8th March 2019, Herrsching, Munich, Germany
COLLECTIVE EFFECTS, STRUCTURED LIGHT AND QUANTUM MATTER

Website: https://www.colopt.eu/winterschool-2019