Interested in doing a PhD in experimental quantum computing? Come to Sydney and join the circuit QED lab led by A/Prof Nathan Langford to do experimental quantum computing research at the University of Technology Sydney. Full scholarships on offer for international & domestic students (including generous tax-free stipends and tuition fees) through the Sydney Quantum Academy. Final applications due to the Sydney Quantum Academy by Monday October 2!!
Seeking a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to join the large and multi-faceted theory group in the Centre for Quantum Dynamics. The primary focus of this role is theoretical research in the project “Heisenberg-limited lasers: building the revolution”. This is a 4-year Discovery Project funded by the Australian Research Council held by me (Prof. Howard Wiseman) and Assoc. Prof. Berry (Macquarie University). The project aims to design and build a revolutionary new type of laser based on a 2020 Nature Physics paper by the two Chief Investigators.
Submitted by gcatelani on Mon, 22/03/2021 - 09:04.
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).
The theory group at the Institute for Quantum Information of the Jülich-Aachen Reasearch Alliance (JARA) is looking for highly motivated candidates to fill a fully-funded PhD position over the next few months.
The doctoral projects will focus on theoretical studies of physical implementations of quantum information processing, such as superconducting qubits, and related enabling quantum technologies. The projects will be supervised by Dr. Ansari and may involve collaborations with leading experimental groups.
A deep analogy between topological materials and superconducting devices was recently theoretically established , in particular between a 3-dimensional topological solid and a 4-terminal superconducting junction. We propose to explore this analogy by designing and fabricating multiterminal superconducting junctions and by probing their quantized energy spectrum using circuit-QED techniques.
 R.-P. Riwar, M. Houzet, J. S. Meyer, Yuli V. Nazarov, Multi-terminal Josephson junctions as topological materials, arXiv:1503.06862