This is the fourteenth in a series of conferences that aims to bring together the leading researchers in the areas of quantum computation, quantum communication and quantum cryptography. TQC covers all theoretical aspects of quantum information.
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech) is a unique English-speaking international graduate only research university, located just outside of Moscow. Established in collaboration with M.I.T., Skoltech integrates the best Russian scientific traditions with twenty-first century entrepreneurship and innovation.
Submitted by Mstobinska on Mon, 30/04/2018 - 18:11.
We are looking for a highly motivated and talented PhD student willing to join the QCAT Quantum Technologies Research Group led by Dr. habil. Magdalena Stobinska and her team undertaking the research project entitled “Integrated optics in time-frequency domain: a new versatile platform for quantum technologies”, funded by the Foundation for Polish Science. It aims at research in the field of theoretical condensed matter as well as theoretical and experimental quantum optics.
Applications from Indian nationals are invited for one temporary position of Research
Associate-III under the project “Non local correlations in nanoscale systems: Role of
decoherence, interactions, disorder and pairing symmetry” in the School of Physical
Sciences, NISER funded by SERB, Govt. of India.
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE -III:
QUALIFICATION: Candidate should have PhD or equivalent degree in Physics (preferably in theory).
Those who have submitted their PhD thesis related to the above field are also eligible to apply.
One Ph.D. position is available in the theoretical quantum optics group at the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen, Denmark. The research of the group focuses on the implementation of quantum information processing in a wide range of systems, ranging from quantum optical systems such as atoms and photons to solid state systems. The research especially focuses on coherent interfaces between light and matter. In addition we have a smaller program on ultra cold atoms.