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The Institute for Quantum Computing is now inviting applications for tenured or tenure-track faculty positions in all areas of quantum information research.

Positions are available for cross-appointment in the Faculty of Mathematics, the Department of Chemistry and the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Waterloo.

http://new.iqc.ca/welcome/positions

It was agreed by many that the existence of a (moderated) quantum foundations mailing list, with a wide scope and involving the broad international community, was long overdue. Now it exists, with currently about 500 subscribers. To subscribe, send a blank email to quantum-foundations-subscribe@maillist.ox.ac.uk To make a post, send an email to quantum-foundations@maillist.ox.ac.uk

Registration deadline: 

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Previously hosted by the Laser Research Center in Vilnius (2007), the FORTH Institute of Electronic Structure and Lasers in Heraklion (2008) and the ICFO Institute for Photonic Sciences in Barcelona (2009), STELLA is a unique, full immersion, "School for Training in Experiments with Lasers and Laser Applications", which sees a number of highly qualified experts to deliver technical training directly at research lab infrastructures.

Submission deadline: 

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Registration deadline: 

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Quantum entanglement which is the key ingredient for the storage and distribution of quantum information among the fundamental physical constituents, was first noticed as a key feature of the quantum world seventy-five years ago by Schrodinger. Since then, the long road of development of the theory and applications of entanglement has led to remarkable concepts and technological prospects. Along this long road have also spruced up many surprises, paradoxes and fascinating puzzles.

Registration deadline: 

Monday, December 6, 2010

Public lecture by Prof. Christopher Monroe (Joint Quantum Institute and University of Maryland)

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