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Quantum Gases and Quantum Information Group at the University of Amsterdam is looking for a talented PhD student to work on '''Nanoscale magnetic trap arrays: quantum simulators on an atom chip'''. The advertisement text can be downloaded at http://www.science.uva.nl/research/aplp/atomchips/oio-advert-jan2011.pdf

Submission deadline: 

Monday, May 2, 2011

Registration deadline: 

Monday, May 2, 2011

The quest for a complete set of physical or information-theoretic principles that capture the essence of quantum information processing is attracting an increasing number of researchers. This new research trend aims at deriving quantum protocols and connections between them directly from basic principles, without assuming quantum theory and its mathematical dowry of Hilbert spaces and observable algebras.

Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia is seeking to fill 5, 3-yr postdoctoral posts (2 Experiment, 3 Theory), in the areas of

* Diamond Quantum Science
* Quantum Nanophotonics
* Hybrid Quantum Engineering
* Theoretical Quantum Simulations
* Topological or Many-Body Quantum Science

The quantum optics laboratory at the Department of Physics at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) is searching for highly dedicated and motivated postdocs to join the young and dynamic research group http://www.quin.fysik.dtu.dk

A three-year PhD scholarship within the field of quantum sensing is available at the Department of Physics at the Technical University of Denmark. The topic of the project is the theoretical and experimental investigation of a micro-cavity on a chip for the generation of quantum light to be used for sensing. The project is a part of an international collaboration with the Max-Planck institute for the science of light in Germany and Queensland University in Australia.

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