Our ambitious goals at Chalmers are to build a quantum computer with 100 superconducting qubits, and to apply it to real computational problems that cannot be efficiently solved on a conventional computer. Such computationally hard problems are found, e.g., in optimization, machine learning, quantum chemistry, materials science, etc. Having contributed to starting the research field of superconducting quantum circuits, we are now scaling up our efforts to build a quantum computer.
We invite applications for several opportunities in experimental Quantum Information Science and Condensed Matter Physics as either a Postdoctoral or Senior Research Associate. The focus of these positions will be on the design and measurement of superconducting circuits for quantum simulation applications.
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Paderborn, Germany, is seeking to recruit motivated Masters and Ph.D. students in theoretical quantum computation, with a focus on the areas of quantum algorithms, computational complexity theory, and/or cryptography.
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Research Scientist – Cambridge
The company’s Cambridge-based quantum software team are seeking to hire a post-doctoral research scientist. This is a permanent full time position. You will design quantum algorithms to solve real-world problems using current and near future quantum devices. You will work with our software development team to help realise these algorithms as part of t|ket>, our quantum software platform.
The Wilson Fellowship at Fermilab seeks applications from Ph.D. physicists of exceptional talent with at least two (2) years of post-doctoral experience. The Fellowship is awarded on a competitive basis and is intended to support outstanding assistant professor-level physicists early in their careers. It provides unique opportunities for self-directed research in experimental physics through work on the Fermilab particle physics experiment of the candidate's choice.