Quantum measurement lies at the crossroad between quantum foundations and quantum technologies. One the one hand, the measurement problem has irrigated all debates about the meaning and completeness of quantum theory - On the other, measurements are key processes in quantum technologies, as they bring results from the quantum level to the end user.

One postdoctoral scholarship position is available in the group of Jorge Cayao at the Quantum Matter Theory Program at Uppsala University, Sweden. The group studies different topics in the field of condensed matter theory, including topological matter, non-Hermitian physics, Floquet phases, and odd-frequency superconductivity.

Beginning on 31/08/2023, applications are open for the Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship Programme.

The application process is competitive (success rate of 18% over the past five years) but has already funded a number of PhD studentships in Quantum Computing and Quantum Information Theory/Foundations.

The value of the scholarship will be up to a maximum of €28,000 per annum in any approved year and will consist of the following:

The Center for Quantum Information and Control (CQuIC, https://cquic.unm.edu/) at the University of New Mexico invites applications for Postdoctoral Fellowships in theoretical quantum information science (QIS) as part of the National Science Foundation’s Focused Research Hub in Theoretical Physics (FRHTP). CQuIC is an interdisciplinary QIS research center, with participating faculty from physics, chemistry, electrical and computer engineering, computer science.

The Algorithms & Complexity group at IRIF (CNRS, Université Paris-Cité) in Paris (France) invites applications for multiple fully funded PhD and postdoc positions (1-3yrs) to work on the theory of quantum computing. Candidates with expertise in quantum computing or theoretical computer science more broadly are encouraged to apply.


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