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Dates: 

Friday, May 17, 2024 to Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Submission deadline: 

Sunday, April 14, 2024

Registration deadline: 

Sunday, April 14, 2024

We would like to invite interested students to PenteQost-24: the first interdisciplinary and international undergraduate spring school on the Fundamentals of Quantum Science, hosted on location by the University of Siegen, Germany, from May 17 to 21, 2024.
Undergraduate and graduate students from physics, maths, computer science, electrical engineering, or other fields are encouraged to apply. Lectures will be given by experts in quantum science & technology, such as Adan Cabello (U Sevilla), Ramona Wolf (ETH Zürich, U Siegen), Mariami Gachechiladze (TU Darmstadt), Christof Wunderlich (U Siegen), Michael Johanning (eleQtron). Register on our website until April 14, 2024!

The Quantum Theory group led by Prof. Adolfo del Campo at the University of Luxembourg is seeking a highly talented, diligent, and genuinely motivated young scientist willing to pursue a Ph.D. in Quantum Information Theory in a stimulating research-focused environment. An MSc in Physics or an equivalent degree is required to be considered for this position.

The research group of Prof. Bihui Zhu at the Homer L. Dodge Department of Physics and Astronomy and the Center for Quantum Research and Technology at University of Oklahoma in the United States is looking for postdoctoral researchers to join us. The successful candidate will conduct theoretical research focusing on many-body phenomena relevant to current quantum devices, including neutral atom and trapped ion quantum computers. Topics of interest include but are not limited to, random quantum circuits, dynamical phase transitions, and quantum thermalization.

The Niels Bohr Institute invites applicants for two PhD fellowships in Theoretical Quantum Optics and Quantum Information. The projects will be part of the Center for Hybrid quantum Networks (Hy-Q), which aims at making quantum networks based on single photon sources and mechanical oscillators.

One post doc position is available in the theoretical quantum optics group at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen. The position will be part of the quantum internet alliance, which is a European project aiming at building large-scale quantum networks. The post doc will participate in designing and modelling the prototype quantum internet that is scheduled to be built at the end of the project. Additionally, the post doc will work on making large entangled photonic states using quantum dots in waveguides.

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