quantum computing

We are offering both a fully funded three-year postdoctoral position (E13) and a PhD position (E13 3/4) to highly motivated and well-qualified researchers who intend to conduct research in the field of quantum error correction and related fields. The scientific project will relate to the fundamentals of topological quantum error correcting codes as well as to near-term error mitigation in realistic quantum devices. The successful candidates will work as part of the research group led by Jens Eisert at the FU Berlin.

---> Deadline Extended! <--- Exciting opportunity for experimental quantum computing postdocs: Join the new circuit QED lab and CQSI Hardware Team at UTS, led by A/Prof Nathan Langford, for well-supported postdoctoral fellowship through the Sydney Quantum Academy.

Interested in doing a PhD in experimental quantum computing at an internationally renowned research destination? Come to Sydney and join the brand new circuit QED lab led by A/Prof Nathan Langford to do experimental quantum computing research at the University of Technology Sydney. Full scholarships on offer for international & domestic students (including generous tax-free stipends and tuition fees) through the Sydney Quantum Academy. Final applications due Monday 25/5 !!

PhD Studentships in Theoretical Physics: theory of quantum information processing at Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Laboratory for Quantum Information Processing

The Quantum Information and Device Theory group of Charles Tahan at the Laboratory for Physical Sciences (LPS) and the Quantum Information and Many-Body Physics group of Brian Swingle at the University of Maryland (UMD) are collaborating to explore the possible quantum advantage offered by near-term quantum systems from quantum computers with dozens or hundreds of qubits to analog quantum systems of similar size to tensor-network inspired machine learning.


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