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Development and experimental evaluation of innovative classical and quantum optical communication systems
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What we expect from you

A PhD position is available to work in the Quantum Correlations Group of the Department of Applied Physics at the University of Geneva under the joint supervision of Dr. Martí Perarnau-Llobet and Prof. Nicolas Brunner. The project is of theoretical nature and aims at optimising several thermodynamic tasks at the nanoscale, such as cooling, heat-to-work conversion, and quantum thermometry. The starting date is flexible (around September 2020), and the position is fully funded for 4 years.

We invite applications for Postdoc and PhD positions in theoretical quantum optics, quantum information, and quantum many-body physics, in the new research group led by Hannes Pichler at the University of Innsbruck and the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information of Austrian Academy of Sciences (Innsbruck/Austria).

We seek up to two highly motivated, skilled and independent researchers to join our research group at CQT and NUS ECE.

The research/postdoctoral fellows are expected to focus on, but not limited to, (1) the development of security proof techniques for realistic quantum cryptography schemes and (2) the development of verification toolboxes for quantum coherence and quantum correlations (nonlocality, entanglement, etc.) in quantum networks. We highly encourage candidates who are interested in both discrete and continuous variables systems to apply.

The York Centre for Quantum Technologies (YCQT) is an interdisciplinary centre that includes activities in the departments of Computer Science, Electronic Engineering, Mathematics and Physics. YCQT also hosts the leadership of the UK Quantum Communications Hub, with Professor Tim Spiller as the Director of both the Centre and the national Hub. The Quantum Communications Hub has been awarded further EPSRC funding for a five-year Phase 2 through to 2024. This new Hub collaboration will again be led by York.

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