quantum computing

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!!

Have you ever wanted to take part in the development of top photonic quantum technologies which will change our future? Are you eager to work side by side and learn from with the best quantum scientists, space agencies and high-tech companies? Do you want to boost your career in academia or business R&D in Europe and beyond? If your answer is “yes”, you are highly creative and hold a PhD in physics, computer science or mathematics or you will graduate in the next few months, then join our multi-national Quantum Technologies Research Group led by Prof. Magdalena Stobińska at the University of Warsaw. We have now an open position which we plan to fill as soon as possible.

We are looking for motivated and talented PhD candidates and postdoctoral researchers for the Institute of Quantum Inspired and Quantum Computing headed by Martin Kliesch at the Hamburg University of Technology, Germany.

The main goal is to explore the theoretical foundations of quantum and quantum-inspired optimization.
This goal includes:


Monday, July 24, 2023 to Friday, July 28, 2023

Registration deadline: 

Sunday, April 30, 2023

The Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication and Cryptography (TQC) is a leading annual international conference for students and researchers working in the theoretical aspects of quantum information science. The scientific objective is to bring together the theoretical quantum information science community to present and discuss the latest advances in the field.

The 18th TQC will hosted by the University of Aveiro in Portugal, in July 2023. It will be a hybrid event, with full support for in-person and online participation.


Tuesday, August 29, 2023 to Friday, September 1, 2023

The workshop aims to bring together researchers from the fields of computer science, quantum information, and chemistry to discuss theoretical and computational aspects of near-term quantum computing, the capabilities and limitations of current approaches, and strategies for utilizing near-term hardware to solve practical problems.


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