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We welcome applications for a postdoctoral or/and a doctoral position in the Institute for Theoretical Physics at the ‘Johannes Gutenberg’ University of Mainz to work in the ‘NEUQUAM’ research group led by Jun. Prof. Dr. J. Marino (https://sites.google.com/view/nequantumuniv)

The appointed candidate will be a highly-motivated, qualified and independent researcher, keen to join our research team.

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QWorld welcomes you to participate in our global quantum jam “QJam2021” held online from Friday, Nov 26 to Sunday, Dec 5. QJam2021 is open to students, quantum enthusiasts, researchers, educators, teachers, artists, writers, designers, animators, software developers, game developers, programmers, and others. To inspire the participants, we will host several QJam Talks from November 22 to 25, and we will make a GitLab repo ready with several project ideas.

More details: https://qworld.net/qjam2021/

We are looking for exceptional and motivated candidates for a postdoc / quantum softwere engineer in quantum device characterization and error mitigation. The position is funded by the grant " National Supercomputing Infrastructure for EuroHPC - EuroHPC PL" realised in Center for Theoretical Physics PAS in Warsaw and coordinated by dr Michał Oszmaniec.

A position is available for a talented and motivated postdoctoral researcher with a strong background in one of the following areas and the ability/willingness to learn and collaborate with the experts: (i) theory and modeling of quantum photon emission properties of hybrid nanoscale semiconductor-molecular materials influenced by photonic/plasmonic cavities and/or waveguides; (ii) theory of molecular nanomagnet qubits, EPR spectroscopy of interacting spins, spin and/or photon correlations; (iii) electronic structure theory and first-principles modeling of molecular qub


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