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Postdoctoral positions are available in my group for the project Foundations of quantum computational advantage (https://www.foqacia.org/).

This posting targets candidates with a background in polyhedral computation, graph theory, and/or quantum computing.

Postdoctoral positions are available in my group to work on the project Topology of Quantum Resources, funded by the US Air Force Office of Scientific Research.

This is a post-doctoral research position undertaking research into the theory of software for near- and medium-term quantum computers, using techniques such as compiling error mitigation, and considering applications such as optimization and quantum simulation.
It funded by two large collaborative grants, the EPSRC Prosperity Partnership in Quantum Software for Modelling and Simulation (in collaboration with researchers at Bristol, NPL and Google) and the EPSRC Hub in Quantum Computing and Simulation.

This is a post-doctoral research position undertaking research into the robust and reliable implementation of near- and medium-term quantum computations, using techniques such as error mitigation and quantum error correction.

part-time employment is may be possible

Faculty II – Mathematics and Natural Sciences - Institute of Theoretical Physics
Reference number: II-282/23 (starting at the earliest possible / limited until 30.11.2026 / closing date for applications 26/05/23)


Research on quantum algorithms for applications in quantum chemistry within the project "ATIQ: Trapped-Ion Quantum Computer for Applications – Quantum Gate Co-design for Quantum Chemistry Applications" funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).



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