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Sunday, April 19, 2015

SPW2015 is the seventh installment in a series of workshops on single-photon technologies and applications. Single-photon technologies are vital to applications such as quantum cryptography, quantum information processing, quantum imaging, and quantum metrology. Fields such as astrophysics, nuclear physics, and biology also benefit from developments in single-photon technologies.

Advanced materials and quantum technology are areas of significant strength and recent investment within the UK. The Advanced Materials for Quantum Technology workshop will
build on this momentum to provide a forum for researchers in both fields to come together to discuss recent progress and future research strategy. It will consist of a series of invited
presentations given by scientists at the forefront of Materials Science and Quantum Technology, along with a poster session to encourage contributions from early career researchers.

The University of York was recently awarded one of four hubs in the EPSRC’s new £155m National Network of Quantum Technology Hubs. The York Quantum Hub will investigate Quantum Communications and Quantum Cryptography, and there are a number of studentships available within the Hub. Two studentships are supervised by Stefano Pirandola and Sam Braunstein, from the Department of Computer Science.

A postdoctoral position in the research area of theoretical quantum optics/cold atoms/atomic physics/condensed matter to a well-qualified, highly motivated and dynamic young scientist who wishes to enhance his/her scientific career in a stimulating surroundings. The successful candidate will be member of the research group led by Prof. Jakub Zakrzewski at Marian Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University.

The position is within the Quantum Optics and Quantum Simulators Group lead by Dr. Dimitris G. Angelakis in the Centre of Quantum Technologies (CQT) (http://www.quantumlah.org). The group's research interests span most aspects of theoretical quantum optics and its applications in implementing quantum computation and quantum simulation of many body phenomena.


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