PostDoc

We are looking for a postdoc or staff scientist to work on experiments on cold alkali atoms integrated with nanophotonics devices for research into trapping and nonlinear optics/single photon generation. Position is for 2 to 4 years, depending on the candidate and can be at a junior (postdoc) or senior (staff scientist, 5 years post-PhD) level. The successful candidate will join an existing experiment to work with the PhD students and other researchers. Staff scientist positions may be extended further.

Postdoctoral research positions are available in the Department of Mathematics at Bilkent University to work with Asst. Prof. Cihan Okay on the project titled "Topology of quantum resources: Homotopical methods in resource theories for quantum information and quantum computing" funded by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.

Applications submitted by June 15, 2022, will receive full consideration for the starting date of October 1, 2022. (PS. Previous deadline is extended.)

What

We offer several postdoctoral research positions in quantum information theory. Potential research topics include the following:

  • Quantum communications theory: capacities of quantum channels and networks, distillation protocols, etc.
  • Theory of quantum key distribution or other quantum communications applications.
  • Quantum error correction, in particular in connection with modular quantum computation. 

Where

The Quantum Information Science Group at Seoul National University (SNU) is accepting applications for one postdoctoral researcher position in the field of quantum computation. The position shall be available from May 1, 2022. The actual start date is, however, negotiable.

The postdoctoral researcher shall be under the joint supervision of both Research Associate Professor Yong Siah Teo and Professor Hyunseok Jeong. Initially, he/she is particularly expected to work closely and productively with Yong Siah to solve problems concerning (but not limited to)

Two postdoctoral research positions are open at the Centre for Quantum Technologies and MajuLab, Singapore and at the LPMMC, Grenoble, France. The research focus is on theoretical studies of the physical resource cost of quantum computing, with considerations spanning from fundamental thermodynamic requirements to practical experimental demands, and from small-scale NISQ devices to full-stack large-scale quantum computers.

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