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We are currently looking for a PhD candidate to work in quantum information theory. The primary focus of this role is to contribute to an externally funded project about photonic quantum state generation and quantum non-locality.


Sunday, April 14, 2024

Submission deadline: 

Saturday, April 13, 2024

Registration deadline: 

Saturday, April 13, 2024

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The group of Prof. Yoichi Ando in the Physics Institute II of the University of Cologne is trying to elucidate the non-Abelian nature of the Majorana zero modes generated in a topological insulator (TI) platform and to build a Majorana qubit. The successful candidate will work on TI-superconductor hybrid devices to understand the mesoscopic topological superconductivity realized in such a platform, to detect and manipulate the emergent Majorana zero modes, and to read out the results of manipulation via charge-parity measurements.

For my recently established research group on quantum information and learning at the University of Hannover (Germany), I am looking for a motivated PhD student. The position will be based at the Insititute for Information Processing.

Possible research topics include:

  • Quantum information theory
  • Quantum learning
  • Limitations of quantum computing

Applicants for a PhD position are expected to have

Fully-funded PhD studentship at the School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh
One fully funded PhD position is available to work with Dr Mina Doosti and Dr Myrto Arapinis in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh, and co-advised with Dr Farid Shahandeh at the Royal Halloway University of London on a project titled “Resource frameworks for secure quantum computing and quantum cryptography”.


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