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We are inviting applications for PhD and postdoc positions at the University of Stuttgart.

Postdoc position 1: The successful candidate will work on the development of integrated silicon circuits and their use in quantum information processing with a focus on quantum networks. This includes designing silicon photonic circuits, testing them, and using them in quantum photonics.


Monday, February 22, 2021 to Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Submission deadline: 

Monday, February 15, 2021

Registration deadline: 

Monday, February 15, 2021

We would like to bring to your attention an on-line conference:

Quantum Information Days 2021 (QID2021)

The Trapped Ion Quantum Technology group at Stockholm University invites applications for a postdoctoral position for our trapped Rydberg ion project. The successful postdoc applicant will work on an trapped ion experiment to perform fast quantum gates and quantum algorithms via Rydberg interaction.

(English version below)

Un poste de Professeur en Informatique va être ouvert au concours à l’Université d’Aix-Marseille, pour un recrutement au sein du pôle Calcul du LIS (Laboratoire d'informatique et systèmes).

Profil général (pôle Calcul du LIS) :

A postdoc position is available in the group of Yoichi Ando at the University of Cologne. We are researching topological quantum computing based on superconductor/topological-insulator hybrid devices. Our group has successfully demonstrated Josephson junctions based on state-of-the-art topological insulator materials that are synthesized in-house, including exfoliated BiSbTeSe2 flakes, MBE-grown (Bi,Sb)2Te3 thin films, and VLS-grown (Bi,Sb)2Te3 nanowires. We are currently focusing on integrating those junctions in devices aimed at realizing Majorana zero modes.


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