quantum metrology

Study of fundamental bounds and optimal protocols in quantum metrology in presence of correlated noise models in optical and atomic systems both in single and multiparamter problems.

The Quantum Systems Unit, headed by Prof. Thomas Busch, has an opening for a theoretical post-doctoral scholar in the area of quantum simulations using cold atomic systems. More information can be found at


The position is available from April 2021 at OIST Graduate University, Japan, for a minimum of one year and up to three.


Monday, December 7, 2020 to Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Submission deadline: 

Sunday, November 15, 2020

Registration deadline: 

Wednesday, December 9, 2020

AQIS ’20 will focus on quantum information processing, communication and cryptography, an interdisciplinary field bridging quantum physics, computer science, mathematics, and information technologies. AQIS’20 will be a natural successor of EQIS’01-EQIS’05 and AQIS’06-AQIS’19. AQIS’20 will consist of invited talks, and selected oral and poster presentations.

Since 1990, the volt has been defined using superconducting devices called Josephson junctions. The DC voltage across a Josephson junction is related only via fundamental constants to the frequency of an applied microwave signal. As existing microwave sources have frequency stability well below one part-per-billion (ppb), so is the precision of the Josephson voltage standard.

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Optical Quantum Information Processing

Quantum Information Science Group, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea


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