PhD

We are seeking a highly motivated PhD student to work on practical aspects of quantum cryptography. The position is part of the Swiss National Science Foundation Practice-to-Science grant “Quantum cryptography in practice”. This project investigates practical quantum key distribution and quantum random number generation protocols, analyzes their security and develops secure and efficient alternative protocols. It devises methods to assess and quantify the quality and “quantumness” of quantum random number generators.

We are looking for two highly motivated and talented Ph.D. students willing to join the international team undertaking National Science Center's "Sonata Bis" research project entitled Employing multiphoton quantum interference for selected quantum information processing tasks. The international project aims at research in the field of theoretical and experimental quantum optics as well as theoretical condensed matter. The research will be carried out in international collaboration. The team is hosted by the Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw. Promising candidates will be asked to send their documents to the recruitment organized jointly with the Doctoral School (to be announced later).

Application:
Candidates are welcome to send their CV to Ebler.Daniel@huawei.com

Position:

Researcher / Senior Researcher (Quantum Optimization, Quantum Computation, Quantum Machine Learning, Quantum Networks)

Location:

Science Park, Hong Kong SAR

Responsibilities:

We are seeking for a talented and independent graduate student who wishes to develop her/his scientific career in a productive and motivating environment. This doctoral degree project will be carried out in the quantum photonics group led by Ana Predojevic (http://qphotonics.fysik.su.se). The successful candidate should have interest in quantum optics, quantum metrology, or quantum technologies.
Interested applicants should apply using the following link:

The newly established team “Quantum Chaos in Many-Body Systems”, led by Dario Rosa, is looking for several postdoctoral fellows as well as Ph.D. students willing to join the group.

The research interests of the group cover several topics, whose common theme is to study how quantum chaos (or its absence) affects the dynamical properties of quantum many-body systems. Among them, the group is currently focusing mostly on the following themes:

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