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We invite you to the next (remote) meeting of the Warsaw Quantum Computing Group, 11.05 at 18:00 CEST! The talk "Qiskit Pulse: Programming Quantum Computers Through the Cloud with Pulses" will be given by Piotr Biskupski (IBM).

If you are interested, please register (no later than 10.05, EOD).

Do you want to join a vibrant research community dedicated to the development and deployment of quantum technology? Candidates are hereby invited to apply for either a PhD or a Postdoc position in the newly started group of theoretical quantum optics and quantum information at QuTech, Delft University of Technology (TU Delft).

Please find more information about the group, the openings and how to apply at https://qutech.nl/borregaard-group/

This week there are planned two meetings of Q|uarantine talks. They will be given by Emanuele Dalla Torre from Bar-Ilan University and Daniel Miller from HHU-Düsseldorf. Links to virtual meetings are available at https://tinyurl.com/q-uarantine

The Faculty of Science, Department of Physics, Theoretical Quantum Optics Group at Paderborn University, offers the position of a PhD student (f/m/d)(pay scale 13 TV-L) starting at the earliest opportunity. The position (75% of regular working time) entais a fixed term contract for the duration of the PhD project in the field of theoretical quantum optics, specifically, high-order orbital angular momentum (OAM) in bright squeezed vacuum states (BSV) of light and is initially limited to 3 years (according to the German law “Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz“).

Two postdoctoral positions are available in the group of Quantum Information Theory at KAIST. The successful candidates will work in the research group led by Joonwoo Bae, in topics of fundamental aspects of quantum information theory and their applications to communication, metrology, and computation. One of the two positions is to be jointly affiliated to the group of Beatrix Hiesmayr, University of Vienna (Austria). The topics include quantum protocols, entanglement theory, quantum channels, open quantum systems etc.


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