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Quantum properties of integrated frequency combs for applications in computing, communications and sensing

We are looking for a talented and enthusiastic candidate for a fully funded PhD studentship at the Institute of Photonics (www.photonics.ac.uk), University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK.

A joint team from the Departments of Electronic Engineering and Physics at University of York, UK, are currently developing research activities on free-space quantum communications systems, which have so far included funded feasibility studies and phased experimental demonstrations.

We invite you to attend an online-only Episode XXIV of Warsaw Quantum Computing Group
meetings. On 29.03 at 18:00 CET, Kareem H. El-Safty will give a talk: "Yet Another QML Talk".

If you are interested, please register (no later than 28.03, EOD) using the form:

Abstract: Quantum machine learning (QML) is a direct promising application of the emerging quantum computing industry. Yet, many classical machine learning (ML) developers and researchers are not quite familiar with it. Some of them question the entire idea! This talk's aim will focus on bridging the gap between physicists and ML engineers and will try to quantize the ML pipeline as seen by the typical MLOps community. Besides that, it will also present the essence of the quantum phenomenon in QML either using the qubit system or the continuous variable system and how it can be used to further enhance classical ML. Finally, it will present the current status of QML and the unanswered questions.

A fully funded PhD position on multi-scale modeling for quantum computing is open at CEA Grenoble, France. The PhD is expected to start autumn 2021 and lasts three years.

The Quantum Physics group directed by Prof. Luigi Amico at the Quantum Research Center, Technology Innovation Institute recently established in Abu Dhabi (UAE), is seeking to fill a postdoctoral position. Theoretical research will be conducted in collaboration with Dr. Gianluigi Catelani (JARA Institute for Quantum Information, Jülich Research Center, Germany).


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