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We are currently looking for a highly motivated and skilled postdoc/experienced researcher to join the new Quantum Many-Body Dynamics group at Sofia University. We are interested in a broad range of topics revolving around the field of quantum many-body systems [non-equilibrium quantum dynamics, condensed matter theory (phase transitions, critical phenomena), AMO physics, and statistical physics], developing techniques and ideas from Deep Learning for quantum systems.

We are currently looking for highly motivated and skilled PhD students to join the new Quantum Many-Body Dynamics group at Sofia University. We are interested in a broad range of topics revolving around the field of quantum many-body systems [non-equilibrium quantum dynamics, condensed matter theory (phase transitions, critical phenomena), AMO physics, and statistical physics], developing techniques and ideas from Deep Learning for quantum systems.

The Quantum Nonlocality, Foundations and Information group led by Yeong-Cherng Liang is hiring two postdoctoral researchers to work on topics pertinent to quantum resources (entanglement, Bell nonlocality, etc). The group is based at the National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) at Tainan, Taiwan but maintains active international collaborations with prominent researchers from various institutions.

We are the Quantum Circuits Research & Engineering Workgroup (qcrew) in Singapore. We focus on building quantum devices using superconducting circuits to provide crucial building blocks for quantum computers and versatile testbeds for exploring novel phenomena in quantum physics. We have multiple Ph.D and post-doc openings for motivated young scientist with backgrounds in experimental physics or engineering to join our team. For more details, go to our team website at www.quantumcrew.org or contact Yvonne directly.

Dates: 

Thursday, June 11, 2020 to Friday, June 12, 2020

We are organising a two-day event at the University of York in collaboration with York Interdisciplinary Centre for Cyber Security, which brings researchers in Quantum Information, Complexity and Cryptography together. The goal is to cover recent topics in these areas and facilitate interactions between them. The event is generously sponsored by the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research and York CS department. We hope to have mathematicians, physicists and computer scientists alike at the event. The event will be held on 11 & 12 June 2020.

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