2-year post-doc position will be devoted to study of fundamental bounds and optimal protocols in quantum metrology in presence of realistic noise models in optical and atomic systems both in single and multiparamter problems as well as investigations of connections between quantum metrology and quantum thermodynamics.
Post-doc position will be financed under the project “Photonic, Atomic and Thermodynamic Processes from a Quantum Metrological Perspective” financed by the Polish National Science Center under SONATA BIS programme.
Submitted by Nepgargon on Mon, 10/07/2017 - 16:44.
Friday, August 4, 2017
Monday, August 14, 2017
The first Quantum Metrology Students Conference is geared towards young researchers in the field of quantum metrology and associated disciplines (cold atoms, laser cooling, frequency combs, etc). The aim is to provide a platform for young scientists starting their career in the world of precision measurements to meet new colleagues and showcase their work.
We are seeking for a PhD student (stipend 4500 PLN netto) and a master student (stipend 1500 PLN netto). The positions are founded form the project "Quantum information with restricted resources: classical simulation, extensions to universality and applications to cryptography and sensing" awarded by Foundation for Polish Science.
Submitted by souravchat on Fri, 19/05/2017 - 00:17.
Saturday, July 29, 2017
We are happy to announce the 3rd international conference for Young Quantum Information Scientists (YQIS) which will happen in Erlangen (Germany) from 3rd to 6th October 2017. The conference aims for providing a possibility for young researchers to present their cutting-edge research on the stage, to discuss extensively with other young researchers and to build strong ties to the quantum information community.
In conjunction with Leonardo MW Ltd, the Department of Computer Science is offering a fully funded PhD studentship at the University of York. Quantum detection is an emerging field which has been applied in the optical domains and is now being scaled to microwave frequencies to make “quantum radar”. A theoretical exploration of the subject is needed to determine the potential improvements in detection performance (e.g. range and robustness against noise) which quantum technology offers when compared to current “classical” detection methods.