The five-day summerschool (July 22 - 26, 2019) NanoQI'19 provides an introduction to the basics and recent advances in several main areas of quantum information theory and solid-state-based quantum technologies. Both the physics of different implementations of quantum information and technologies and the relevant theoretical methods are covered.
Submitted by qubit-ulm on Wed, 19/12/2018 - 10:38.
The Institute for Theoretical Physics at the University of Ulm, with Professors Martin B Plenio and Susana F Huelga, invites applications for PhD and postdoctoral positions in theoretical quantum physics
Looking for excellent PhD students to join and build a group at @VectorInst on topics at the intersection between machine learning and quantum many-body physics and quantum technology. If you are interested get in touch with me and/or apply to @UWaterloo Physics and Astronomy. A good knowledge of quantum mechanics, statistical physics, and machine learning would be great, but ultimately the important thing is that you are genuinely excited about quantum many-body physics
PhD opportunities are available for work in quantum information theory at the National University of Ireland, Galway.
The main areas of interest are quantum walks and quantum games, with also possibility of work on quantum coding theory.
Applications are made centrally to the Irish Research Council via www.research.ie, but to discuss possible research topics,
please contact (soon!) Dr. M. Mc Gettrick at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Quantum Information Group at University College London (UCL) invites applications for the postdoctoral research position associated to the EPSRC project Scrambling of Quantum Information in Many-Body Systems, working with Dr Lluis Masanes. The goals of this project are: to establish realistic time scales for equilibration processes, to quantify the depth/strength of thermalisation processes, to study the effect of causal structure and conformal symmetry in the previous problems, and to construct unitary designs generated by time-independent interactions.