The newly established quantum information group at Freiburg University invites applications for PhD and postdoctoral positions.
We work on a broad array of topics in quantum information theory, many-body theory, and mathematical physics. In addition, we aim to strengthen our profile in other areas of applied math, in particular on problems related to compressed sensing, matrix completion and other topics in machine learning theory. Please visit our web site www.qc.uni-freiburg.de for further information.
Within the frame of a new Joint European Research Project we have a job opening for one PhD Student or Post Doctoral Researcher on scalable high-precision ion traps for optical clock metrology. The goal of this project is to assemble and characterize a high-end ion trap suitable for clock-spectroscopy of ionic crystals with a fractional frequency inaccuracy as low as 10^-18.
Applications are open for PhD positions within the Quantum Technology group at Queen's
at the Centre for Theoretical Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, Queen's University Belfast.
Four projects put forward by Dr. M. Paternostro and Dr. G. De Chiara will receive higher priority.
Please, notice the deadline of 28th February 2012!
A position for a PhD student is available at the chair E3 in the physics department of TU Dortmund University. The starting date is flexible but should be within the first half of 2012. The successful candidate will be part of an EU-sponsored initial trainging network and work on the development of a scheme for storing and preserving optical quantum states in solid state materials. Candidates must have a master degree in physics, ideally optical physics or magnetic resonance. The position has a competitive salary of 3800-4100 EUR, depending on marital status.
The C. N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics at Stony Brook University invites applications for a postdoctoral position in quantum information science with anticipated appointment date of September 1, 2012.
The Institute has a long tradition of interaction with the Departments of Physics and Astronomy and Mathematics. Research in theoretical physics and related fields at the University is also enriched by the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics.