Submitted by hazel.fay on Tue, 21/05/2019 - 16:22.
Our Quantum Cryptography research team is looking to hire a new research scientist. We have recently launched the World’s First Commercially-Ready Certifiable Quantum Cryptographic Device ‘Ironbridge’. Built around an innovative and ground-breaking single-purpose photonic 4-qubit quantum processor, IronBridge can generate keys reaching unprecedented levels of security. IronBridge thus provides maximal security in today’s most hostile environments as well as being post-quantum secure.
USC Information Sciences Institute (ISI) is home to the USC Lockheed Martin Quantum Computation Center (QCC). ISI and USC faculty, researchers, and students conduct theoretical and experimental quantum research and have access to world-class facilities that include a D-Wave 2X system and USC’s HPC Center – placing the QCC at the leading edge of revolutionary research.
The Materials Research Laboratory (MRL) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is seeking a highly motivated Managing Director for the Illinois Quantum Information Science and Technology Center (IQUIST). IQUIST’s mission is to explore applied quantum information science, thereby bringing world-changing technologies, a cutting-edge workforce, and new industries to the state and to the world.
We announce the opening of two PhD positions in non-equilibrium many-body theory in the Institute of Physics at the Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz to work in the group of Jun. Prof. Dr. J. Marino (https://sites.google.com/site/jamirmarino/).
The PhD student will be an integral part of a new team of researchers covering a broad range of topics including quantum statistical physics, condensed-matter theory, and quantum many-body optics in far-from-equilibrium conditions.
We invite students and young researchers from all over the world who want to connect to the modern trends in controlling complex quantum systems to join us in Vienna.
Keynote talks by world-leading experts from abroad will be accompanied by tutorials and alumni and student presentations on the research activities within the Vienna Doctoral Program on Complex Quantum Systems (CoQuS). They will highlight present achievements and future perspectives in the focus areas of CoQuS: quantum foundations, quantum matter and quantum technologies.