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The CS Department has several tenure-track positions at all ranks. Quantum computing (broadly construed) is one of the priority areas. The large and vibrant College of Engineering which houses CS, Physics, and Electrical Engineering Departments provides excellent opportunities for interdisciplinary research and collaboration. Applications before November 25, 2018 are strongly encouraged.

Application deadline: 
Friday, January 4, 2019

The Complex Photonic Systems Group at the University of Twente’s MESA+ Institute for Nanotechology is looking for a postdoctoral researcher in quantum optics for the project ‘Quantum Nano Keys’.

The project

Application deadline: 
Monday, October 15, 2018

Our groups at Virginia Tech are looking to hire several postdocs in theoretical Quantum Information Science and Condensed Matter/AMO Physics. The focus of these positions will be on quantum simulation/computing with superconducting qubits, quantum control, semiconductor spin qubits, many body localization and time crystals.

More information and a link to apply are here: https://listings.jobs.vt.edu/postings/89814

Application deadline: 
Saturday, December 22, 2018

Exact correspondences between seemingly different concepts play an important role in all fields of physics. An example is the fluctuation-dissipation theorem, which states that linear response of a system to external driving force corresponds to system fluctuations and this initiated important developments. Owing to technological miniaturization, nowadays quantum systems can be probed and controlled to high accuracy.