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Double slit experiments play a key role in Quantum Theory in distinct particle and
wave interactions according to Feynman. In this paper, double path models
together with variant logic principles are applied to establish a simulation system
enabling the exhaustive testing of given targets. Using Einstein quanta interaction,
different quaternion measures are investigated. Under conditions of Symmetry /
Anti-symmetry and Synchronous / Asynchronous interaction, eight groups of

The position, for 2 years, is within the project QUITEMAD (Quantum Information Technologies Madrid) web site: http://www.quitemad.org/, funded through the Programas de Actividades de I+D de la Comunidad de Madrid, which involves 5 Quantum Information groups.

PhD-Positions and PostDoc-Positions available for: Photonic Quantum Computation and Quantum Simulation

Adrian Kent will give a journal club on Google Plus about his paper http://arxiv.org/abs/1101.4620 on Tuesday the 23rd, 14:00 UK time! This will be a first trial for a potential series of journal clubs
done by g+ hangouts (group video chat). As they are currently restricted to 10 members it will happen on a first come, first served basis.

If you have technical questions please let me know, and make sure to connect to me on Google+.
Hope to see you there! Daniel

ROYAL HOLLOWAY, University of London

Post-doctoral Research Assistant, Department of Mathematics

Salary for the post is £32,106 per annum inclusive of London Allowance.

The Department of Mathematics is seeking to recruit a post-doctoral research assistant to work with Dr Jonathan Barrett in the areas of Quantum Information Theory, and Foundations of Quantum Theory. The position is available from the 1st September 2011 and will run for two years.

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