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NEC Laboratories America has an opening for a Research Staff Member in the Quantum IT group in Princeton, NJ. We invite applications from world-class candidates with an exceptional track record in quantum algorithms and/or quantum circuits and who are recognized as thought-leaders by the international research community. The position addresses practical challenges that arise in the design of efficient quantum circuits but also offers a considerable amount of freedom for finding novel quantum algorithms and for interacting with experimental physicists.

Submission deadline: 

Sunday, August 21, 2011

As you may already know, QIP2012 will be held (in Montreal) earlier this year. The submission
deadline will therefore be unusually early. The QIP2012 website will be made available
in a few days at:
http://www.crm.math.ca/qip2012
where the full call for paper will be found. Below, you'll find the pre-call for papers
for the conference.

QIP2012 pre-call for papers:

Submission deadline: 

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Registration deadline: 

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Aim:

The Johannes Gutenberg-University of Mainz invites applications for a professorship in experimental quantum optics and quantum information. Applicants should have a strong scientific record in one of these areas. Collaboration with and complement of existing working groups at Mainz, strengthening of the impact of corresponding research networks with participation from the University of Mainz is expected. Appropriate involvement in teaching in experimental physics is mandatory.
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On 25-26 June, the Centre for History and Philosophy of Science, Technology and Medicine (CHPSTM), University of Aberdeen, will hold a workshop on 'Quantum States: ontic or epistemic?', with additional generous support from the Scots Philosophical Association.

Registration is free but space is limited, so please email Guido Bacciagaluppi (g.bacciagaluppi (at) abdn.ac.uk) in advance if you wish to attend. Please also indicate if you wish to come to dinner on 25 June.

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