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The research group of Professor Aash Clerk (University of Chicago) invites applications for an open postdoctoral position in the general areas of theoretical quantum condensed matter physics, quantum optics and quantum information. Areas of interest include dynamics, control, topology and correlations in driven dissipative quantum systems, with a focus on connecting to experimental platforms (especially superconducting circuits). The group also has interests related to quantum sensing and metrology.

There will be three QTalks in this week! All talks will be hosted by QLatvia and they will be part of #qworldchallenge2020. Please share them in your networks and also with your colleagues!

QTalk in Latvia: Quantum supremacy QTalk for Juniors with a special focus on high school students: Polarization of Light with Quantum Game QTalk with Women hosting women but open to everyone: My quantum journey by Laura Mančinska‬

We are looking for motivated and talented postdoctoral researchers and PhD candidates for the theoretical Quantum Technology research group of Martin Kliesch at the University of Düsseldorf, Germany.

Research topics: The successful candidates will work on topics related to quantum computation such as

The Quantum Information Group (GIQ) of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, UAB, offers a PhD position (up to 4 years) within the project DyRQI (Dynamical Resources in Quantum Information) funded by the Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, ref .PID2019-107609GB-I00.
We seek promising PhD candidates and offer a stimulating environment to pursue research projects oriented along two possible research tracks: A) Advanced inference methods: quantum sequential analysis and quantum learning. B) Quantum thermodynamics, open quantum systems and resource theories.

Applications are open for Government of Ireland PhD scholarships, beginning fall 2021. The deadline for applications is October 29, 2020. I would be interested in supporting applications from strong candidates for research in Quantum walks or Quantum games at the National University of Ireland Galway. For initial discussions, please email me at michael.mcgettrick@nuigalway.ie.


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