# Postdoc #quantum computing

The quantum algorithms group at the Institute for Quantum Computing Analytics (PGI-12) at Research Center Jülich is offering a PostDoc position in the field of application focused quantum algorithms. This entails the extension, development and analysis of new quantum algorithms for near-term and fault tolerant quantum computers, investigating potential quantum advantage of such algorithms in real-world scenarios as well as developing optimal compilation methods and tailored quantum algorithms for noisy quantum computers.

Apply here: https://www.fz-juelich.de/en/careers/jobs/2023-445

Are you looking for an opportunity to shape the future of quantum computing?

The Kestner Group in the Department of Physics at UMBC invites applications for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to carry out theoretical investigations of silicon spin qubits under the mentorship of Dr. Jason Kestner. The postdoctoral researcher will join a team of theoretical and experimental collaborators at UMBC, UCLA, the University of Rochester, Virginia Tech, and Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Labs, funded by the LPS/ARO grant “Measuring, Modeling, and Mitigating Noise in Spin Qubits.”

We are looking for a Quantum Algorithm Developer who will join our team of Quantum Physicists creating next generation quantum computers. The role involves mainly the development of algorithms and quantum hardware proposals using the ParityQC architecture. We are developing ParityOS, a toolchain of software that translates optimization problems from its raw mathematical formulation to a complete quantum program, that can be specifically customized for the underlying hardware platform.

Are you looking for an opportunity to shape the future of quantum computing? With superconducting quantum computers on the verge, we want to strengthen our research at the Walther-Meißner-Institute (WMI – wmi.badw.de)  of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities and the Technical University of Munich (http://www.tum.de) and offer a team lead position within the Munich Quantum Valley (http://www.munich-quantum-valley.de) and the German quantum computing project MUNIQC-SC  (t1p.de/8c6h).


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