quantum information

Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland

Research topics:
- Quantum limits to optical interferometric protocols in presence of decoherence
- Fundamental limits to stability of atomic clocks using matrix product operator techniques
- Many-body and non-linear effects in quantum metrology
- Connections between quantum estimation theory and quantum thermodynamics
- Connections between quantum estimation and quantum communication theories
- Multiparameter quantum estimation and quantum imaging

Leader: Rafal Demkowicz-Dobrzanski, demko@fuw.edu.pl

Research type: 
Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw
Pasteura 5
52° 12' 44.7336" N, 20° 58' 59.0052" E

Employer web page:
These positions are advertised across specialisations, and include, for working with Matthew G. Parker, the following possible research topics:

Application deadline: 
Sunday, June 3, 2018

We have an opening for two 27-month Ph. D. student positions in foundations of quantum mechanics / quantum information theory at the University of Gdańsk, Poland with starting date 1st October 2018.

The position will be financed under the project “Quantum correlations – from few to many particles” founded by the Polish National Science Center under BEETHOVEN programme.

Scope of research for the project include:

Application deadline: 
Saturday, June 30, 2018


We are searching for a talented and motivated PhD student who is interested in experimental quantum optics and quantum information with trapped ions. The research will focus on the investigation of trapped strontium Rydberg ions.

Trapped Rydberg ions are a novel system for quantum technologies. By laser light, the ions’ outermost electrons are excited to high-lying orbitals. Such Rydberg ions are million times bigger than ions in the ground state, and due to their size, they obtain very peculiar properties.

Application deadline: 
Tuesday, April 24, 2018

We are a new junior research group on thoeretical quantum physics. Our focus in on topics related to quantum information theory and quantum many-body theory.

Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf
Universitätsstraße 1 Quantum Technology
51° 11' 12.7248" N, 6° 47' 48.84" E