quantum information

The “QCAT” Research Group carries out interdisciplinary studies at the border of quantum optics and condensed matter. Our goal is discovering inspiring physical phenomena, investigating the capabilities of modern platforms and finding their potential applications in quantum technologies. The Group has a theoretical background but tightly collaborates with experimentalists. Our domain comprises systems built with integrated optical circuits and superconducting photon detectors, optical microcavities and two-dimensional nanomaterials (e.g. graphene).

The Department of Physics at the University of Siegen invites applications for a

Junior professorship (W1) for theoretical quantum optics
with tenure-track option for a permanent professorship (W2)

Online Applications are invited for the admission to the Ph.D. Programme starting in the Spring Semester (January session) of the Academic Year 2017-18. Admissions are offered in the Department of Physics, IIT Dharwad, Karnataka, India.

Registration deadline: 

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Quantum mechanics has been a constant source of innovation for over a century, and is now opening the door to a new age of information technologies. Identifying the key quantum structures and developing new concepts and methods can accelerate the progress, facilitating the development of new information-processing protocols and the discovery of new connections with other areas of physics.

Applications are invited for 2-year postdoctoral position in quantum computation at the National University of Ireland, Galway. We are particularly interested in researchers who would like to work on problems in quantum game theory, quantum walks, or general quantum algorithms. The position carries a salary of 31,275 euro with eligible direct research expenses of 5,000 euro/year. For initial enquiries, please email michael.mcgettrick@nuigalway.ie to discuss research topics.


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