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The Sydney Quantum Academy has recently announced a new round of PhD scholarships, with a deadline already on the 27th of April. I’m taking expressions of interest to apply with me as supervisor at Macquarie University and to work on Quantum Control, Open Quantum Systems and related subjects. I will only support one candidate this round. To have a decent chance, you’d ideally have research experience in the area and/or a peer-reviewed publication in Maths, Physics or Computer Science.

To share science and increase social exchange now that some of us are stuck at home, Q|uarantine Talks, organized by Joseph Bowles, Felix Huber, and Felipe Montealegre-Mora, propose regular video talks and discussions. If you would like to give a talk, an introduction into a method, or have a discussion on some topic we would be most happy for you to join. Simply pick a slot and add your name. You can still remove your entry or change slot later if you want.

Please note that events are entirely self-organized. The current list of events can be found at


The next planned event is: Marcus Huber, IQOQI Vienna, 2:00 PM CEST, Device independent quantification of entanglement is not always possible

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.


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