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The project is aimed at the creation and manipulation of atomic density patterns by contact-free self-assembly due to optomechanical forces. We are looking at large patches (samples size of some millimetres) of laser cooled matter (around 100 µK), which will be structured on scales of wavelengths to hundreds of micrometres. The spatial structure is not imposed externally but evolves spontaneously from an instability of the homogeneous atomic cloud in interaction with a homogeneous light field.

Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge UK.

Salary: £27,854 - £47,314 p.a.
Limit of tenure: up to 2.5 years
Closing date: 31 July 2013
Reference: LE01235

Submission deadline: 

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Registration deadline: 

Saturday, August 31, 2013

The goal of this Workshop is to bring together researchers who study the random walk, quantum random walk, and the open quantum random walk in the sense of applied computational mathematics. The organizer strongly encourages the young researchers as well as the leading figures in these areas to actively join this workshop and make a presentation. We strongly encourage submissions that allow the interaction between the random walk, quantum random walk, and the open quantum random walk, or showcase the interdisciplinary nature of stochastic processes.

Applications are invited from outstanding candidates for the above post. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute strongly to maintaining and enhancing the School’s high standards in teaching and research. Candidates should have a commitment to high-quality teaching in service and honours mathematics to a broad range of students.

Salary will be within the professional range, minimum £56,467 per annum depending on skills and experience.

Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) has a vacancy in the Algorithms and Complexity research group for a postdoctoral researcher.


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