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The Theory Group at Laboratoire Collisions Agrégats Réactivité, Université Paul Sabatier (Toulouse, France) is looking for a highly motivated PhD candidate to work on light-matter interfaces with 1D ordered atomic ensembles.

We are opening a permanent position in the broad fields represented by the Center: Theoretical Quantum Physics (including AMO Physics, Quantum Information, Quantum Computation, etc) / Theoretical Astrophysics & General Relativity. Candidates with a strong scientific record in either of those fields are encouraged to apply at rekrutacja@cft.edu.pl The successful candidate will join a unique scientific community at the Center, oriented at the highest level of theoretical research.

Within the National Centre for HPC, Big Data and Quantum Computing (HPC) a research fellowship is funded.

We're looking for a postdoc level atomic, molecular and optical physicist to join our team for the technical development of a public platform for quantum computing "aQCess - Atomic quantum computing as a service". The project is hosted at the new European Center for Quantum Sciences (CESQ) at the University of Strasbourg and the CNRS, with support from the “Plan d’Investissment d’Avenir” and the “Programme et Equipements Prioritaire de Recherche Quantique” (PEPR quantique) within the French national quantum strategy.

We're looking for an experienced atomic, molecular and optical physicist to join our team, to lead the technical development of a public platform for quantum computing: "aQCess - Atomic quantum computing as a service". The project is hosted at the new European Center for Quantum Sciences (CESQ) at the University of Strasbourg and the CNRS, with support from the “Plan d’Investissment d’Avenir” and the “Programme et Equipements Prioritaire de Recherche Quantique” (PEPR quantique) within the French national quantum strategy.

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