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Télécom Paris invites applicants for the recruitment of a full-time Assistant/ Associate faculty position in the Optical Telecommunications group (GTO) of the Communications and Electronics department (COMELEC).

The GTO group conducts research in high-speed communication systems, optical network architectures, semiconductor optical components, integrated photonics and fiber optic sensors. The group is also well positioned to perform research in the fields of quantum communications and technologies.

The Quantum Information group (Department of Computer Science, Paderborn University, Germany) in the Faculty for Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Mathematics is seeking a:

Research Associate (PhD student)
(pay scale E 13 TV-L, 100 percent. Information on this can be found in this link).

The PostDoc will participate in the theoretical project "Quantum correlations in multi-component systems of several fermions" inspired by the most recent experiments in the field of ultra-cold gases confined in optical traps. The main objective is to perform very accurate, realistic numerical simulations which will bring us closer to a better understanding of physics of multi-component fermionic mixtures. In addition, the successful candidate will help to supervise PhD Student in the project.

The project is financed by the (Polish) National Science Centre.


Monday, August 5, 2024 to Friday, August 9, 2024

Submission deadline: 

Friday, March 1, 2024

Registration deadline: 

Saturday, June 15, 2024

The 2024 edition of the Quantum Thermodynamics Conference (QTD2024) will be held August 5-9 at the University of Maryland, College Park, in the US.

The primary goal of QTD is to discuss recent advances in quantum thermodynamics, the field that studies thermodynamic processes at the quantum scale. The first edition of the conference was held in Berlin in 2013 and was followed by events in Mallorca, Porquerolles, Erice (QTD2016), Oxford 2017, Santa Barbara 2018, Espoo 2019, Barcelona (online) 2020, Geneva (online) 2021, Belfast (online) 2022, and Vienna 2023.

We have openings to contribute to a variety of activities centred on trapped-ion systems with focus on developing new programmable quantum algorithms for the simulations of chemical dynamics, exploring advanced quantum control techniques for qudit- and bosonic-based quantum computations, and the development of novel quantum metrology protocols for sensing and the tests of fundamental physics.


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