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Applications are invited for PhD positions in experimental atomic physics at the Centre for Quantum Technologies (CQT), Singapore. Three positions are available within the research group of Murray Barrett, located at CQT on the campus of the National University of Singapore. Research is focused on the development of an optical atomic clock with singly ionized lutetium.

Are you looking for an opportunity to contribute to the next revolution in computing technology? Do you want to take part in an exciting and rapidly growing new industry? Do you want to put your skills to use at the forefront of a cutting-edge field? Our software team is looking for someone like you.

As part of the Xanadu Software Team, you will be responsible for developing and maintaining cutting-edge software libraries focused on quantum computing, machine learning, and quantum simulation. Further duties include contributing to the development of a quantum cloud platform. The selected candidate must possess the ability to learn advanced scientific and technical concepts quickly and with minimal direction. Strong technical skills and a demonstrated ability to learn new concepts is important for this position. Experience in both quantum computing and software development is essential.

Qualifications:

● BSc in Computer Science, Engineering, Physics, Math, or related field
● MSc, PhD in Computer Science, Engineering, Physics, Math, or related field preferred
● Experience with numerical computation and high-performance computing preferred
● Software development skills, demonstrated via a public online portfolio (i.e., GitHub account, contributions to open source projects, etc.)
● Expertise in quantum computing, as demonstrated by extensive coursework, thesis, or peer-reviewed publications preferred
● Experience working with several programming languages (most important are Python, C/C++)

Our team is located in Toronto, Canada. We have a great team that tailors’ individual relocation and immigration packages to best support your move.

Please submit a copy of your CV to: https://secure.collage.co/jobs/xanadu/13895. We’re looking forward to reading your application! This posting will close on Monday, November 18th, 2019 at 4:00pm EST.

Starting in October 2020, we are seeking a PhD student each on two projects

1. Quantum sensing of multiple parameters

2. Quantifying accuracy and confidence in NISQ simulators

For both projects, full funding and stipend is available for exceptionally strong international as well as EU students. Visit the group website above for details of the projects, on the application process, as well as informal enquiries.

Deadline: January 16, 2020.

The HCTPA seeks to fill two postdoctoral positions in theoretical and computational AMO physics to commence in 2019-2020:

* One position is designated for the topic of out-of-equilibrium dynamics and excitations of Bose-Einstein condensates.

* One position is designated for the topic of mixtures and impurities in ultra-cold systems.

The initial appointment is for one year with the possibility of an extension to a second year.

The salary is according to the University of Haifa post-doc scale.

Applications are invited for Government of Ireland Postdoc scholarships in Theoretical Quantum Computer Science, working with Dr. Michael Mc Gettrick at the National University of Ireland, Galway. Particular interests are in Quantum Walks and Quantum Games, but anyone with research interests in theoretical areas of Quantum Computing is welcome to apply.

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