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Title: Quantum Information and Computer Science
Department: Quantum Information Processing
Location: Cambridge MA

The study of thermalization has become an especially hot topic of research in the past several years, and there are multiple advanced workshops on the subject. However, these have been aimed at experts in the field. There is a clear need for an instructional program targeted at educating junior researchers across the disciplines including statistical mechanics, hard and soft condensed-matter physics, biophysics, nuclear physics, string theory, and quantum information theory.

Applications are invited for post-doctoral fellowships in Quantum Information at the Quantum Information and Computation Group, Harish-Chandra Research Institute (HRI), Allahabad, India. To know more about the activities of the group, please visit www.hri.res.in/~qic/. The fellowships are initially offered for one year and they can be extended for another two years.

Interested candidates should send an application along with
(1) a curriculum vitae,
(2) a list of publications, and
(3) a research plan,

Submission deadline: 

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Over the past few decades, philosophers of physics and others have made important contributions to the mathematical and conceptual foundations of physical theories by critically analyzing how the mathematical structures of such theories inform central philosophical concerns, and in some cases by proving new theorems of high philosophical interest. This conference aims to bring together physicists, mathematicians, and philosophers of physics working on such technical issues. The venue is April 4, 2013 at the Center for Philosophy of Science in Pittsburgh.

Submission deadline: 

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Registration deadline: 

Sunday, June 30, 2013

This conference will consider topics across the entire spectrum of foundational and philosophical approaches to physical theory. Whilst there will be a particular focus upon the analysis of specific physical theories (e.g. classical and quantum theories of spacetime, quantum mechanics, quantum field theory, statistical physics), also invited are submissions on methodological questions, experimental practices, and the study of philosophically interesting episodes from the history of physics.


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