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PhD and Postdoc positions (3 years) are available in the newly established Quantum Error Correction group led by Felix Huber at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow.

We are looking for exceptional candidates with background in quantum information or mathematics, with an interest in theoretical or experimental quantum error correction, entanglement theory, optimization, invariant theory, and/or mathematical physics.

In order to recognize the work of the unsung heroes, developers and maintainers, often unaware of the magnitude of the impact their work is having on the quantum software community, Quantum Open Source Foundation is partnering with Unitary Fund in order to award a US$4000 prizeto a software contributor/maintainer among crowd-sourced nominees. The winner of the prize is going to be selected by the Unitary’s Fund advisory board, which kindly agreed to act as an independent evaluation committee.

BASF SE offers a temporary PhD position from 01.01.2021 that aims at developing workflows for molecular quantum-chemistry applications on quantum computers. In the position, scientific work will be performed at the Ludwigshafen site. Your contract will be with BASF SE as the employer. Co-supervision will take place with the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg.

The position is part of the project “Quantum Computing Platform for NISQ Era Commercial Applications” funded by Innovate UK. This is a multidisciplinary collaborative project involving stakeholders in industry (Rigetti and Standard Chartered) and academy (University of Edinburgh). The successful candidate will join a team focused on conducting leading research into quantum computation for emerging scalable devices. This full time, fixed term post is available from 1 November 2020 until 31 May 2023

We are offering a postdoc (E13) and a PhD position (E13 3/4) to highly motivated and well-qualified researchers who intend to conduct research in near-term quantum computing and simulation. Possible topics include the following:

- Notions of quantum machine learning and near-term quantum computing

- Benchmarking and tomography

- Analog quantum simulation

- Computational complexity theory

The successful candidates will work as part of the research group led by Jens Eisert at the FU Berlin. For an overview of research activities, see


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