quantum information theory

Quantum Information Faculty

Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics invites applications from scientists working in the field of theoretical Quantum Information to apply for tenure-track or tenured faculty positions. We are seeking both established scientists who are international leaders in the field and young scientists who show exceptional promise of becoming leaders.

Perimeter Institute is currently in the midst of a substantial expansion of our faculty. Recent hires include Guifre Vidal and Xiao-Gang Wen.

Research interests

Continuous variable entanglement

Mutipartite entanglement and distribution of entanglement

Quantum state reconstruction

Controlled collisions of atoms in Bose Einstein Condensates

Fundamental issues on quantum information

Quitemad is a consortium of five groups working in different aspects of QIPC in the region of Madrid. This project is a four year coordinated action funded by the regional goverment. Apart from research in technological and theoretical aspects of of quantum information theory, the consortium is strongly devoted to the development of a four year program of activities, such as workshops, conferences, seminars and scientific exchange between local and international groups.

We are currently offering postdoctoral positions and a PhD position to highly motivated and well-qualified young researchers who intend to enhance their career in the field of quantum information science, quantum many-body theory or quantum optics. The successful candidates will work in the research group for quantum information theory led by Prof. Jens Eisert at the University of Potsdam and the Institute for Advanced Study Berlin in the Berlin-Potsdam metropolitan area.

Post-Doctoral fellowships at the Institute for Quantum Computing

The Institute for Quantum Computing is inviting applications for postdoctoral positions in all aspects of quantum information processing, bridging areas from fundamental theory to physical implementations.


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