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Paderborn University is a high-performance and internationally oriented university with approximately 20,000 students. Within interdisciplinary teams, we undertake forward-looking research, design innovative teaching concepts and actively transfer knowledge into society. As an important research and cooperation partner, the university also shapes regional development strategies.

Paderborn University is a high-performance and internationally oriented university with approximately 20,000 students. Within interdisciplinary teams, we undertake forward-looking research, design innovative teaching concepts and actively transfer knowledge into society. As an important research and cooperation partner, the university also shapes regional development strategies.

We are looking for a highly motivated postdoc for the quantum information experimental research with trapped-ion systems.

We have two research topics (with supporting grants);
- An efficient ion-photon interface for quantum network
- A full-stack trapped-ion based quantum computing system with up to 5 qubits.

Proven expertise in AMO experiments and/or embedded systems will be valued.

If you're interested, please send me your CV and Statement of Research to Junki.kim.q@skku.edu.

Applications are now open for the position of PhD scholars at the Centre for Quantum Engineering, Research and Education (CQuERE). The programme is a joint endeavour by TCG CREST and IIT Tirupati (IITT).

Dates: 

Monday, April 25, 2022

Submission deadline: 

Monday, April 25, 2022

Registration deadline: 

Sunday, April 24, 2022

Quantum computing is offering a novel perspective for solving combinatorial optimization problems. To fully explore the possibilities offered by quantum computers, the problems need to be formulated as unconstrained binary models, taking into account limitation and advantages of quantum devices. In this work, we provide a detailed analysis of the Travelling Salesman Problem with Time Windows (TSPTW) in the context of solving it on a quantum computer.

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