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Applications are invited for a fully funded PhD research fellowship in theoretical physics in the Quantum Light and Matter Group, at the University of Southampton.

The position starts November 2012 and it will deal with investigations of light-matter interaction in confined geometries. Three thematics that will be susceptible to be object of investigation will be:

THz lasing from symmetry breaking: arXiv:1204.4053
Ultrastrong light-matter coupling: arXiv:1209.5273, arXiv:1111.2486
Quantum optomechanics: arXiv:1011.6295

A postdoctoral position is available in the group of Prof. Alexander Korotkov at the University of California, Riverside. The research projects involve theory of quantum measurement, quantum feedback, and quantum computing with superconducting qubits. Applicants are expected to have previous experience at least in one of the following theoretical areas: quantum computing, quantum measurement, quantum trajectories, Josephson junction devices.

Date/time: Tuesday 23rd October 2pm BST
Speaker: Markus Mueller (Perimeter Institute)
Title: Three-dimensionality of space and the quantum bit: an information-theoretic approach

The University of Nottingham has opened the 2013 calls for Anne McLaren Fellowships (for outstanding female applicants with up to 4 years postdoctoral experience in scientific disciplines) and Nottingham Research Fellowships (for outstanding candidates with up to 6 years postdoctoral experience in all disciplines).

Currently, there is a postdoc opening in the Optical Quantum Communication Theory Group at the Institute for Quantum Computing, University of Waterloo. The research is centered around efficient use of quantum repeater architectures to distribute secret key over significant distances. We are looking for candidates who approach that problem with security and key rate in mind.


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