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Do you want to be part of the 2nd quantum revolution? Do you want to bring photonic technologies to a single quantum level? Do you want to build novel photonic quantum processors?

PhotonQ aims at building a photonic quantum processor and create novel methods for efficient photonic information processing.

The Polyquantique research group led by Nicolás Quesada specializes in quantum photonics and quantum information. The group is looking for highly motivated candidates at all levels (graduate students, postdocs) with expertise or interest in quantum photonics, quantum information, quantum optics, quantum metrology, quantum error correction, topological photonics or machine learning.

About the group

Two Postdoc and two PhD positions are now available in our group, focus areas are quantum algorithms and complexity theory, broadly speaking.

Details here: Openings

Deadline: Feb 11, 2022 (feel free to inquire after this date in case a position remains open)

Questions? sevag.gharibian 'at' upb 'dot' de

Sevag Gharibian
Associate Professor
Dept of Computer Science
Paderborn University

We are seeking a highly-talented, motivated and ambitious theoretical physicist to work at the interplay of quantum control, quantum annealing, and quantum computing. The position is renewable on a yearly basis (for a maximum of 3 years) and can start as soon as possible.

Quantum computers and simulators have the potential to solve a wide range of problems more efficiently than classical computers. Cold atoms present a leading platform in this context, unmatched in size and scalability. In your thesis work, you will realize a new architecture for a quantum processor, which uniquely combines single-atom resolved manipulation through microscopy with the interaction control arising from light-matter coupling.


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