Applications now open for Sydney Quantum Academy PhD Scholarships, offering a competitive stipend of up to AU$35,000 p.a. to undertake research at one of our partner universities including: the University of Sydney, Macquarie University, UNSW Sydney, and the University of Technology Sydney.
About this job This is a job post for a [one]-year job opportunity to work on maintaining and improving QuTiP (the Quantum Toolbox in Python). Compensation is competitive with academic community standards and will depend on the candidate experience (PhD graduate or not, etc.). The candidate will work at RIKEN, Wako campus, Japan, within the Theoretical Quantum Physics Laboratory, RIKEN Cluster for Pioneering Research (Laboratory head: Franco Nori, Chief Scientist). RIKEN is Japan’s basic science research institute. Wako is located in the Tokyo suburban area. You will coordinate with the QuTiP admin developers, under the supervision of Prof. Franco Nori.
Unitary Fund is a non-profit research group helping build a quantum technology industry that benefits the most people. We support the community, e.g. running a grant program to support the development of new open source quantum software, and we do our own research on key projects for the ecosystem.
The „Quantum Valley Lower Saxony“ (QVLS-Q1) research consortium, a collaboration between TU Braunschweig, Leibniz University Hannover and Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB), aims at realizing a 50-qubit quantum computer based on trapped ions.
The consortium invites applications for the position of a Junior Research Group Leader (m/f/d) in Cloud-based Quantum Technologies (Salary Scale 14 TV-L, 100 %) at the earliest possible date. The position is limited to 3 years with a possibility of extension. The location is Hannover.