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The Trapped Ion Quantum Technology group at Stockholm University invites applications for a PhD position to work on cryogenic chip traps for quantum computing with trapped Rydberg ions. The position is funded through the project ‘Brisk Rydberg Ions for Scalable Quantum Processors’ (BRISQ) which is financed by the European Union.

The project goals are the following:

(i) To design and set up a cryogenic system for testing and operating chip traps suitable for Rydberg ion quantum computation.

The Trapped Ion Quantum Technology group at Stockholm University invites applications for two postdoctoral positions on our trapped Rydberg ion experiments. The first position is to work on our existing room-temperature experimental setup to perform fast, parallel quantum gates in longer ion strings. The second position is to set up a novel cryogenic Rydberg ion experiment.

24-month Post-doc position will be devoted to the study of fundamental bounds and optimal protocols in quantum metrology in presence of correlated noise models in optical and atomic systems both in single and multiparamter problems.

Post-doc position will be financed under the project “Correlated Noise Effects in Quantum Metrology” financed by the Polish National Science Center under OPUS programme.

The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST; see www.oist.jp) is a dynamic new graduate university of science and technology in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. The university is located on 85 hectares of protected forestland overlooking beautiful shoreline and coral reefs. The campus is striking architecturally, and the facilities are outstanding (OIST campus video tour). There are no academic departments, which facilitates multidisciplinary research.

The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST; see www.oist.jp) is a dynamic new graduate university of science and technology in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. The university is located on 85 hectares of protected forestland overlooking beautiful shoreline and coral reefs. The campus is striking architecturally, and the facilities are outstanding (OIST campus video tour). There are no academic departments, which facilitates multidisciplinary research.

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