For our newly formed theory division located in Toronto, Canada, we are seeking an excellent research scientist to work on various theoretical aspects of quantum computer design and development. This involves, but is not limited to, development of new photonic-based quantum computing architectures, implementation of quantum algorithms to be compatible with the ORCA photonic design and development of tailored fault-tolerant error correcting codes. An important milestone on the way to the photonic fault-tolerant universal quantum computer is a noisy near-term device with limited fault tolerance capabilities. The successful candidate is expected to contribute to its development in close collaboration with the ORCA quantum hardware group.
The APS has announced that the meeting will either take place in an in-person/virtual hybrid format or in a completely virtual format. In either case, participants will have the option of presenting their talk virtually.
---> 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.
Monday, September 28, 2020 to Friday, October 2, 2020
Monday, September 7, 2020
Wednesday, September 16, 2020
The Young Italian Quantum Information Science conference (YIQIS2020) will take place as an online event from September 28th to October the 2nd 2020, in the afternoons of Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The conference will be especially addressed to students and young researchers.
The conference will feature short invited and contributed talks, as well as poster sessions and career panels.