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Lecturer in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics

University of Nottingham -School of Physics & Astronomy

£33,230 - £44,607 per annum depending on skills and experience. Salary progression beyond this scale is subject to performance

This is our "Nobel Prize" lecture. Dietrich is a long time colleague of David Wineland at NIST and will tell us about the latest research from the Ion Storage Group.

To join the hangout or watch the livestream go to http://gplus.to/qplus at the appointed hour. Please note the unusual start time of 5pm BST(UTC+1)

Date: 23rd April 2013 5pm BST(UTC+1)
Speaker: Dietrich Leibfried (NIST)
Title: Towards scalable quantum information processing and quantum simulation with trapped ions

Submission deadline: 

Monday, April 29, 2013


The Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw invites applications for two research positions in quantum physics and quantum optics. The positions are funded from the European Union’s 7th Framework Programme project PhoQuS@UW: Fostering Excellence in Photonics and Quantum Science which aims at expanding experimental and theoretical research in widely defined optics and quantum physics including quantum optics and quantum information, ultrafast optics, atto-science, photonics, biophotonics, plasmonics, and related areas of research.

* Introduction
Speakers will cover the wide range of subjects to which Samson made pioneering contributions, stretching from the semantics of programming languages, including domain theory and game semantics, via logic were he introduced important notions such as full completeness, to quantum computing and quantum foundations, where he is a father of categorical quantum mechanics.


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