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The Munich based Volkswagen Data:Lab is the gateway to the newest technology and research for the entire Volkswagen Group, the largest car manufacturer in the world. We fulfill this mission by closely monitoring technology trends, shaping the best of them into products, and carrying out novel research. We are looking to grow the Data:Lab by adding experts in their field who would like to solve today’s most challenging problems and apply the solutions globally.

Work Environment
The Munich based Volkswagen Data:Lab is the gateway to the newest technology and research for the entire Volkswagen Group, the largest car manufacturer in the world. We fulfill this mission by closely monitoring technology trends, shaping the best of them into products, and carrying out novel research. We are looking to grow the Data:Lab by adding experts in their field who would like to solve today’s most challenging problems and apply the solutions globally.

For our group at the University of Siegen (Germany) we are looking for a motivated PhD student
and postdoc in the field of quantum information theory, foundations of quantum theory, and
quantum optics. The group is led by three PIs (Otfried Gühne, Matthias Kleinmann, and Stefan
Nimmrichter) and the research topics include:

Postdoc/research assistant Prof. of Quantum Information Theory at Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, Japan

There is a postdoc fellowship to work with Prof. Thiago R. de Oliveira ((http://profs.if.uff.br/tro/) in the areas listed below. The fellowship is for one year, renewable for more two and will be paid through a project with the US Air Force. The monthly net salary will be from R$5.000,00 ** negotiable depending on the candidate experience

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