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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 a room-temperature experimental setup to investigate Rydberg physics and perform quantum gates in longer ion strings, the second position is to set up a novel cryogenic Rydberg ion trap experiment.

The Trapped Ion Quantum Technologies group led by Markus Hennrich is located at the Department of Physics at Stockholm University. Our main research focus is on using trapped ions for quantum computation, quantum simulation and quantum sensing applications. In particular, we are one of only two groups worldwide that have realised trapped Rydberg ions - a promising technology for speeding up trapped ion quantum computers.

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