quantum algorithms and complexity

The UTS Centre for Quantum Software and Information is dedicated to the development of the software and information processing infrastructure required for future quantum technologies. Our research is focused on methodologies and capabilities of quantum software and information technologies, with a significant focus on the development of new applications for these technologies.

Applications are invited for ​a postdoctoral research​ position in the theory of​ modern quantum algorithms.

The position will be held at ​Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (​Skoltech), Moscow, Russia. ​The start date is flexible but we would like to fill these position(s) as soon as possible.

The successful applicant will work in the research laboratory structure led by Prof Jacob Biamonte in the general area of quantum computation, with a focus on quantum enhanced algorithms and error mitigation on experimental devices.

The Quantum Computing Lab in the Department of Computer Science at Virginia Commonwealth University is seeking a motivated PhD student in the area of quantum computation and information. Our lab currently focuses primarily on Quantum Hamiltonian Complexity, though areas such as quantum algorithms and quantum cryptography are also of interest. More information can be found at:


We are some young Researcher from different field of Technology (Computer Science & Engineering, Physics, Biomedical Engineering, Electronics & Communication engineering, Mechanical Engineering, etc). We are in remote but our communication is quantum.

Registration deadline: 

Sunday, April 5, 2015

This is an exciting time to be studying quantum algorithms. As the technological challenges of building a quantum computer continue to be met there is still much to learn about the power of quantum computing. Which problems could a quantum computer solve faster than a classical device? and which problems remain hard? What will be the killer application that incentives industrial investment?


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