quantum memories

This position is embedded in the research project OPTIMO-II, a DLR-funded project investigating atomic quantum memories for operation in space.

The Technical University of Dortmund has an opening for a PhD student. The successful candidate will be working on the implementation of photonic quantum memories on the basis of rare-earth ion crystals. The goal of this project consists in storing photons in crystals of rare-earth ions, converting them into excitations of nuclear spins and protecting them against environmental perturbations. The project is integrated in the EU-ITN CIPRIS (http://www.cipris.eu/).

The cold atoms group at the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Nottingham, UK, is looking for a motivated experimentalist to join our work on photonic quantum memories. In this project, we will implement elementary quantum operations with collective excitations of an atomic ensemble. By miniaturising ensemble based quantum memories and integration in an atom chip environment, we will explore routes to expand such operations to universal quantum computation with multi-mode memories, best described as holographic quantum computing.

Postdoctoral position in Quantum Information in Madrid
This is a call for applications for a postdoc position of 2 years (with the possibility of extending it another 6 months) in the group led by Prof. David Perez-Garcia at Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
Candidates should have a PhD in Mathematics, Physics or Computer Science and an excellent research track. Though recommended, no prior knowledge of Quantum Information is required for the position. The main research aims associated to this position can be summarized in

The Group of Applied Physics at the University of Geneva in Switzerland is one of the premier research institutions in the field of Quantum Information Science and
Technology, an exciting and vibrant research topic that attracts many of the best researchers and institutions across the globe. The Group of Applied Physics has

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