quantum

Research in the group focuses on out-of-equilibrium quantum dynamics to study problems at the interface of condensed matter, AMO, and statistical physics. To investigate the far-from-equilibrium behavior of many-body systems, we will be developing both analytical understanding and computational tools at the interface of quantum mechanics and machine learning. We are collaborating with leading experimental and theoretical groups in the field.

We are currently looking for a highly motivated and skilled postdoc/experienced researcher to join the new Quantum Many-Body Dynamics group at Sofia University. We are interested in a broad range of topics revolving around the field of quantum many-body systems [non-equilibrium quantum dynamics, condensed matter theory (phase transitions, critical phenomena), AMO physics, and statistical physics], developing techniques and ideas from Deep Learning for quantum systems.

We are currently looking for highly motivated and skilled PhD students to join the new Quantum Many-Body Dynamics group at Sofia University. We are interested in a broad range of topics revolving around the field of quantum many-body systems [non-equilibrium quantum dynamics, condensed matter theory (phase transitions, critical phenomena), AMO physics, and statistical physics], developing techniques and ideas from Deep Learning for quantum systems.

Dates: 

Wednesday, July 1, 2020 to Friday, July 3, 2020

Submission deadline: 

Monday, October 5, 2020

Registration deadline: 

Tuesday, October 6, 2020

The workshop will gather young researchers working in quantum mechanics and its applications. PhD students and PostDocs will be given the opportunity to present their research activity and interact with their colleagues, share motivations, techniques and perspectives, in a friendly and informal environment.

Topics include: quantum information, entanglement, open quantum systems, quantum foundations, many-body physics, quantum thermodynamics, equilibrium & non-equilibrium physics, mathematical methods for quantum mechanics.

Submission deadline: 

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Registration deadline: 

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Uncompromisable information security can be only achieved by relying on unshakeable scientific principles in mathematics or physics. It is therefore directly connected to progress in fundamental research in both of these area and requires constant progress to advance.

However, to translate these results into useable technology and to maintain everyday security within the current technology, is a just as important goal to achieve.

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