quantum information

The Schools of Engineering and Humanities and Sciences at Stanford University invite applications for a tenure-track faculty appointment at the junior level (Assistant or untenured Associate Professor) in the broadly defined field of quantum science and engineering with particular emphasis on all aspects of quantum computing and information. Priority will be given to the overall originality and promise of the candidate’s work over any particular specialization area or department affiliation.

We have an opening for a three-year postdoc position in foundations of quantum mechanics / quantum information theory at the University of Gdańsk, Poland with starting date 1st January 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:

Applications are invited for PhD positions in quantum algorithms at the National University of Ireland, Galway: Specific topics of interest include, amongst others, quantum walks and quantum game theory. Applicants should have an excellent undergraduate degree in one of theoretical physics / mathematics / computer science, or a masters degree, and should have strong skills in at
least two of the three areas just mentioned. For informal enquiries, email michael.mcgettrick@nuigalway.ie

Research assistants in informatics for the project "Semantic tensor networks for large data sets analysis" needed. The project will be conducted in Quantum Systems of Informatics Group of Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics, Polish Academy of Sciences in Gliwice.

Goal of the project is to adapt tensor networks methods to large scale data processing.

PhD projects in “quantum physics and quantum simulations” in CQT Singapore

The positions are within the Quantum Optics and Quantum Simulators Group lead by Dr. Dimitris G. Angelakis. The group's research interests span most aspects of theoretical quantum physics and its applications in implementing quantum computation and quantum simulations.

PhD projects will involve the study of quantum optical systems such superconducting qubits, slow light systems, quantum nano-photonic arrays for building quantum simulators and quantum computers.


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