Welcome to Quantiki

Welcome to Quantiki, the world's leading portal for everyone involved in quantum information science. No matter if you are a researcher, a student or an enthusiast of quantum theory, this is the place you are going to find useful and enjoyable! While here on Quantiki you can: browse our content, including fascinating and educative articles, then create your own account and log in to gain more editorial possibilities.

Add new content, such as information about upcoming quantum events, open positions for quantum scientists and existing quantum research groups. We also encourage to follow us using social media sites.

We invite you to attend a remote-only Episode XXIII of Warsaw Quantum Computing Group meetings. On 14.12 at 18:00 CET Tomasz Stopa from IBM will give a talk: "How to get most of NISQ computers with Qiskit".

If you are interested, please register (no later than 13.12, EOD)

Abstract from Tomasz:
Current Noisy Intermediate Scale Quantum (NISQ) computers have multiple limitations. These are caused by gates and readout errors, topology limitation and the need to express more advanced gates with natively implemented ones. Additionally, limited relaxation and coherence times require high optimization of the circuits. However using NISQ computers with awareness and additional software help can give good results. The lecture will present Qiskit capabilities on how this can be done.

The Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research (ICCMR) at the University of Plymouth, UK, is seeking to recruit a Research Assistant with expertise in software development and quantum computing, and familiarity with the field of computer music, to work on the “Quantum Computing and Music” project.

The objective of the project is to initiate the development of an open source (GitHub based) programming toolbox designed for sound and music with quantum computing, accompanied with tutorials and demonstrations.

Scope of work:
We are looking for a co-investigator in a H2020 EURAMET EMPIR 18SIB05 ROCIT „Robust Optical Clocks for International Timescales” project. The goal of our group is to improve the robustness of optical clocks so that they can run unattended for long periods. More information on http://empir.npl.co.uk/rocit/ and http://famo.fizyka.umk.pl/kl-famo-umk/research-umk/optical-atomic-clock/ pages.

Two postdoctoral positions in theoretical quantum information science are available in the group of Prof. Huangjun Zhu in Department of Physics, Fudan University. The positions are expected to start in the middle of 2021 with some flexibility and last for one to three years. Successful applicants will receive competitive salary, sufficient travel funding, and other benefits from the university.

A postdoctoral research position is available to work at the Center for Quantum Information at Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST). The successful candidate will work on theoretical studies of quantum information science towards near-term quantum processors and quantum communication networks (Research topic: Quantum Error mitigation, Quantum Error Correction, Quantum Control, Quantum Algorithm, Quantum Network etc.) and will intensively collaborate with our experimental group (http://quantum.kist.re.kr/).


Subscribe to Quantiki RSS