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Quantum computing offers fundamentally new solutions in the field of computer science, extends the possibilities to a level that cannot be imagined in classical communication systems. In the near future, quantum communications and quantum networking will revolutionize traditional communication and networking methods.
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The Second International ICST Conference on Quantum Communication and Quantum Networking - QuantumComm2012 - will bring together a wide group of experts to discuss all aspects of quantum communication and future quantum networking.

The “Vienna Doctoral Program on Complex Quantum Systems (CoQuS)" is a graduate program funded by the FWF, and jointly hosted and supported by the University of Vienna and the Vienna University of Technology, Austria.

The CoQuS Program announces new openings for highly qualified doctoral/graduate students in experimental and theoretical quantum physics, with a strong emphasis on
• Fundamental tests of physics
• Quantum information concepts and implementations
• Matter wave interferometry: foundations and applications
• Quantum technology on the nanoscale
• Quantum physics in

The University of Nottingam is pleased to announce 10 Visiting Fellowships for early career university lecturers and post-doctoral researchers currently working at recognised universities in Brazil.

A web site with all of the potential research projects is now up and running at
http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/internationaloffice/brazil
Specifically, a call for up to two fellows in Quantum Information Theory is available under "Mathematical Sciences".

Come and join us in our explorations at the intersection of nanophysics and quantum optics. Our main focus is currently in optomechanics. This new field studies the interaction of light and nanomechanical motion.
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Recent breakthrough experiments (2011) have laser-cooled a nanomechanical resonator into its ground state of mechanical motion for the first time. This opens the door towards quantum optomechanical circuits, many-body physics, potential applications in ultrasensitive measurements, quantum information, and fundamental tests of quantum mechanics.

CIFAR’s Nanoelectronics Program is seeking an outstanding postdoctoral researcher to fill a Junior Fellowship position beginning in or after September 2012 to work on the theory of quantum optomechanical systems based on superconducting microwave circuits and superconducting qubits. The successful candidate will work with the groups of Prof. Alexandre Blais at Universite de Sherbrooke (Sherbrooke, Quebec), and Prof. Aashish Clerk at McGill University (Montreal, Quebec) under joint supervision.

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