We are looking for a postdoc to work on quantum information theory with continuous variables. More specifically, we are aiming to develop the theory of non-Gaussian entanglement and investigate potential applications.
Candidates are expected to have expertise on quantum correlations, but the project can be approached from different angles. In our group, we are particularly interested to explore non-Gaussian entanglement in a context of quantum computing or quantum metrology (as this fits nicely with our experimental activities). As the postdoc will integrate a quantum optics group (part theory and part experiment), some experience with theoretical quantum optics is certainly a plus.
Applications can be uploaded directly the CNRS employment portal, where you also find a more detailed description of the position.