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Fermilab seeks outstanding applicants for a post-doctoral Research Associate position working on the ADMX search for axion dark matter particles and R&D towards future axion detection experiments. This position is aimed at exceptional recent PhD recipients with a proven research record from prior experience in experimental particle physics or astrophysics. Applicants with backgrounds in cryogenic detector development or quantum information science may also be considered. Fermilab is the lead lab for the ADMX-G2 experiment. In addition, Fermilab is actively involved in R&D on several new methods to detect axions taking advantage of new quantum sensor technologies. This position provides the opportunity to participate in the development of new projects targeting dark matter, and related detector R&D capitalizing on the broad range of scientific, computing, engineering, and technical expertise available at the laboratory.

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position in experimental quantum optics and quantum information at Laboratoire Kastler Brossel (LKB), in Paris (France), in the research group led by Prof. Julien Laurat.

Research Associate in Quantum Imaging at Imperial College London

- Job description
Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to join the Quantum Imaging research team in the Department of Physics. The post will be associated with UK’s Quantum Imaging Hub. Applicants will be enthusiastic experimentalists with experience in quantum optics or nonlinear optics.

Applications are invited for one Postdoc position in Theoretical Physics in the field of Theoretical Quantum Optics and Ultrafast Photonics. The position is initially for 1 year but can be extended for up to 4 years, depending on satisfactory performance, determining the continuation of the funding.

(1) The theoretical quantum optics and ultracold atoms group led by Hsiang-Hua Jen is hiring one or two postdoctoral researchers to investigate subjects of light-matter interactions of quantum interfaces. The group is based at Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences of Academia Sinica (inside National Taiwan Univ.) at Teipei, Taiwan.

(2) The main task of the postdoc involves studies of collective effect in EIT, spin excitations of NV centers, cooperative emissions, or GP equation simulations of spinor BEC.

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