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We are looking for an enthusiastic student to join us for a PhD in Oslo. The position is for 3 years and it will be within the group of operator algebra at the University of Oslo on a topic related to non-locality and quantum entanglement.

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PhD and postdoc positions are available in the group of Prof. Stefan Willitsch at the University of Basel (Switzerland) on the development of quantum technologies for single trapped molecular ions and their application in precision spectroscopy and the control of molecular collisions and interactions.

Project description

We offer an 18-months post-doctoral position (with possible extension) for a motivated theoretical researcher to join our work on the application of machine learning to quantum sensing and imaging. Our goal is to push the limits in detecting individual nuclear spins by utilising advanced signal processing techniques such as adaptive Bayesian estimation and deep learning.

As part of Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) project “Q-COAST (https://anr.fr/Projet- ANR-19-CE48-0003)”, a postdoc position based in Paris region, will be opened in fall 2022. The successful candidate will work under the joint supervision of Nina Amini (CNRS, Université Paris- Saclay), John Gough (Professor, Aberystwyth University), and Madalin Guta (Professor, University of Nottingham).

The Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science (QuICS, http://quics.umd.edu) is seeking exceptional candidates for the QuICS Hartree Postdoctoral Fellowships in Quantum Information and Computer Science.


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