The Quantum and Complexity Science Initiative (QuSCI) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) is currently seeking talented research fellows to interface ideas from quantum information theory and complexity science. Primary activities include the adaptation of complexity theoretic ideas to the quantum regime, and the development of quantum protocols to model, simulate and understand complex systems.
QuSCI is supported by the Complexity Institute at NTU, and the Center for Quantum Technologies at the National University of Singapore (NUS). Both institutes hold significant international presence, and offer excellent opportunities for discussions with leading quantum information and complexity scientists. The institute is situated in the tropical island nation of Singapore; which has been consistently ranked as one of the top cities of the world for expatriates. Successful candidates will enjoy an after tax salary of 55,000 - 68,000 SGD per annum.
The position is ideal for candidates with expertise in quantum information, quantum algorithms, quantum correlations, and/or information theoretical approaches in complexity science. All candidates with strong research track records in any other area of quantum information or complexity science are also most welcome to apply. The next round of applications reviews are scheduled on the 15th May, and further review rounds will scheduled in the event that not all positions are filled. Informal inquiries and formal applications should be made to Mile Gu [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Successful candidates are expected to start no later than August 2016.
Salary (after tax): 55- 68k SGD/annum
Duration: 1-2 years, renewable to 4.
Location: Nangyang Technological University, Singapore
Relevant Expertise: Quantum information, Quantum algorithms, Complexity Science
Start Time: August 20th 2016 or earlier
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