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A post-doctoral position is opened at the Interdisciplinary Research Institute of Grenoble (IRIG, formerly INAC) of the CEA Grenoble (France) on the theory and modeling of silicon spin quantum bits (qubits). The selected candidate is expected to start at the beginning of year 2022, for up to two years.

All details and application procedure can be found at : https://www.mem-lab.fr/en/Pages/Jobs/2021_Postdoc_L_Sim.aspx

With best regards,

Yann-Michel Niquet.

Competitive applications are invited for a Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship to work in theoretical quantum computing at the National University of Ireland Galway. For initial discussions, please email michael.mcgettrick@nuigalway.ie

Competitive applications through the Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme are invited. Research areas of interest are quantum walks and quantum games. To discuss further prior to applying, email michael.mcgettrick@nuigalway.ie

Quantum Optics Lab is located at the Özyeğin University in Istanbul. Our activities span a large spectrum from development of a intra-campus quantum network to quantum memories based on cold and hot atomic ensembles. We also conduct research about quantum imaging using entangled photon pairs In our group we have an open Post Doctorate positions as part of a project funded by TUBITAK.

Joint Laboratory Integrated Quantum Sensors is located at the HU Berlin and Ferdinand Braun Institute
in Berlin. Our activities include development of miniaturized laser systems, inertial quantum sensors using
atom interferometry, various gas cell based optical frequency references as well as optical lattice clocks
based on cold strontium atoms. In our group we have an open PhD positions as part of a project funded
by the DLR to develop a compact and portable optical lattice clock based on strontium.

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