The Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics (APCTP) invites applications for one postdoctoral position in the area of theoretical quantum information and many-body physics. The successful candidate will join the Junior Research Group led by Prof Jaeyoon Cho. The group has a broad range of interests in the aforementioned area, but preferences will be given to candidates with a strong background in topological phases of matter or tensor network states.

Application deadline: 
Thursday, December 31, 2015

A PhD opportunity to study and design theoretical concepts for quantum computers. Full funding is available to UK/EU citizens. The student will be supervised by Dr Earl Campbell in the department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Sheffield.

Application deadline: 
Sunday, January 31, 2016

Dear Quantiki Users,

You may be aware that numerous changes to the website have occurred over the last few weeks. In order to ensure the site serves the quantum information community as intended, we would like to collect feedback on the changes.

Not only will this allow for us to alter any features that may have become difficult to use due to the transition, but it will also allow us to get an idea of what you might like to see in the future of the website.

Applications are invited for full-time Resident Academic Posts in the Department of Physics in the
Faculty of Science of the University of Malta. The appointments will be on an indefinite basis, subject
to a one-year probationary period, up to statutory retirement age.

Application deadline: 
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Monday, April 18, 2016
Submission deadline: 
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
Registration deadline: 
Wednesday, January 6, 2016

The quest to create complex synthetic quantum systems from the bottom up is currently one of the most active and exciting areas of physics. It promises the ability to study new and advanced quantum mechanical effects for fundamental science and applications in quantum engineering. Typical experimental systems in this area are cold atoms and ions, nano-resonators, semiconductor quantum dots or superconducting quantum interference devices, with new and exciting ones added regularly. All of these allow large experimental control and detailed theoretical understanding.