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A postdoctoral research position to undertake theoretical research on “Quantum Thermodynamics” for 30 months from 01/05/2020 to 31/10/2022 is open for applications until 03/01/2020. This post will be funded by an EPSRC grant entitled “Quantum Many-Body Engines” awarded to Dr. Gabriele De Chiara. The project will be conducted in collaboration with experimental groups working on ultracold atomic setups with the aim of designing and realising experimentally quantum thermodynamic machines.
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In this role you will help Xanadu's research staff make effective use of high-performance computing (HPC) to simulate quantum computing devices. You will help translate high-level single-thread code to multi-thread and massively parallelized low-level routines run on an HPC cluster / supercomputer / cloud environments. You will also be responsible for helping develop and optimize new parallelization techniques for simulating large quantum systems and algorithms designed for Xanadu's quantum computing platform and participate in the design and development of fast decoders for fault-tolerant quantum computers.


• 5+ years of experience working in related fields.
• PhD in Computer Science, Theoretical or Mathematical Physics or Mathematics with relevant postdoctoral experience preferred, or equivalent combination of
education and experience.
• Proven track record in research of parallelization techniques (e.g., publications, software, patents).

Please submit a copy of your CV and any additional information outlining why you think this is the right role for you!
Apply at the following link: https://secure.collage.co/jobs/xanadu/13902/apply

We’re looking forward to reading your application. This posting will close on Friday, November 29th, 2019 at 4:00pm EST.

Research Associate in Quantum Imaging at Imperial College London

- Job description
Applications are invited for two Postdoctoral Research Associates to join the Quantum Imaging research team in the Department of Physics. The posts will be associated with UK’s Quantum Imaging Hub. Applicants will be enthusiastic experimentalists and/or theorists with experience in quantum optics or nonlinear optics.

Applicants with a PhD degree in condensed matter or atomic, molecular, and optical physics are invited to apply for a postdoctoral research position in the group of Prof. Mohammad Maghrebi in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Michigan State University. The position is available from September 15, 2019 and is open until filled. The candidates will participate in the theoretical research broadly defined in many-body quantum systems, dynamics, and non-equilibrium phenomena. Information about Prof.

This PhD project is aimed at developing highly sensitive methods for detection of magnetic fields with optically pumped magnetometers. The magnetometer will be based on laser-interrogation of room-temperature cesium atomic vapor. Quantum techniques such as spin-squeezing can be used for improving the magnetic field sensitivity. The project may include work on designing a prototype magnetometer. Possible applications of this magnetometer include measuring bio-magnetic signals from the heart or brain.


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