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As the first research institute for basic sciences in the nation, Korea Institute for Advanced Study (KIAS) was founded in 1996 by Korean Government to promote excellence in the basic science research. Located in Seoul, KIAS provides a unique research environment, where its members as well as visitors can enjoy constant academic stimuli and friendly administrative support.

The interdisciplinary nonequilibrium quantum many-body physics and quantum information science group of Asst. Prof Wen Wei Ho (Presidential Young Professor) at the Department of Physics, National University of Singapore (NUS), is seeking highly motivated candidates at the Phd and postdoctoral levels.

About the research:
Research thrusts include, but are not limited to:

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Contract Type: Full time

Location: Our main offices are in Begbroke, UK, and we are open to flexible and partial remote working. We are able to sponsor visas for skilled workers, and applications from outside the UK are welcome.

Salary: We provide highly competitive compensation including equity.

About Oxford Ionics

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Contract Type: Full-time

Location: Office-based, flexible work-from-home days
We are able to sponsor visas for skilled workers, and applications from outside the UK are welcome.

Salary: At Oxford Ionics we are looking for the best talent to join our team and we believe in paying them what they’re worth, so we provide highly competitive compensation packages including equity.

The Algorithms & Complexity group at IRIF (CNRS, Université Paris-Cité) in Paris (France) invites applications for multiple fully funded PhD positions and postdoc positions (1-3yrs) to work on the theory of quantum computing.

The group has expertise in quantum algorithms and quantum complexity theory, and includes permanent members Simon Apers, Iordanis Kerenidis, Sophie Laplante and Frédéric Magniez. In case of interest, there are opportunities to collaborate with industrial partners.


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