quantum computation

Applications are invited (on a competitive basis) for PhD scholarships (Government of Ireland funded) in theoretical quantum computation, at University of Galway. Areas of interest include quantum algorithms, quantum walks and quantum games. For initial enquiries, please email michael.mcgettrick@UniversityOfGalway.ie

Applications are invited for a PhD position in theoretical quantum information and computation, working with Shashank Virmani at Brunel University London Mathematics department, in the UK. Deadline 26 May.

It is currently anticipated that the PhD will be on the theme of classical simulation of quantum systems, but this may evolve during the project if the student so wishes.

Both UK and overseas applicants are welcome to apply, although funding may be more competitive for non UK citizens.

Are you a mathematician? Or a computer scientist or quantum physics? Would you like to work on creating new quantum algorithms? Knowledge on quantum mechanics is not necessary! Instead, we will build on group theory and discrete mathematics. Quantum algorithms implement mathematical transforms using quantum bits over certain groups. This is like designing an algorithm for parallel computing.

Have you ever wanted to take part in the development of top photonic quantum technologies which will change our future? Are you eager to work side by side and learn from with the best quantum scientists, space agencies and high-tech companies? Do you want to boost your career in academia or business R&D in Europe and beyond? If your answer is “yes”, you are highly creative and hold a PhD in physics, computer science or mathematics or you will graduate in the next few months, then join our multi-national Quantum Technologies Research Group led by Prof. Magdalena Stobińska at the University of Warsaw. We have now 3 open positions which we plan to fill as soon as possible.


Monday, October 17, 2022 to Friday, October 21, 2022

The third workshop on Quantum Information, Computation, and Foundations 2022 (QICF22) will focus on device independent quantum information processing, quantum resource theories, quantum statistical comparison, quantum combs, quantum designs, the geometry of the state space, foundations of quantum theory, quantum communication, quantum computing, quantum computational complexity, quantum cryptography, and other related topics.

Webpage: https://www2.yukawa.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~qicf22/


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