The NanoQuCo CAM Synergy Grant on New Emerging Scientific Fields (https://www.nanoquco.es) is offering positions for excellent postdoctoral researchers and PhD students to work on the development of quantum technologies, such as quantum computers, sensors and simulators, based on nanophotonic devices.
Quantum Information and Inference laboratory (QI2-lab) led by Jan Kolodynski at the Centre of New Technologies (CeNT) of the University of Warsaw offers a postdoctoral position within the project Continuously Monitored Quantum Sensors: Smart Tools and Applications (C'MON-QSENS!) funded by the QuantERA EU programme in Quantum Technologies. The appointment will be for two years with a possible one-year extension option.
Submitted by mitchison on Thu, 17/06/2021 - 12:08.
A PhD position has opened in the newly established Theory of Controlled Quantum Systems group at Trinity College Dublin (TCD), led by Mark Mitchison. The group’s research lies at the intersection of open quantum systems, non-equilibrium statistical physics, and quantum information. This position is created in connection with a new MSc in Quantum Science and Technology at TCD, which will train the next generation of quantum scientists in Ireland and connect academic research with the quantum technology industry.
Quantum Information and Inference laboratory (QI2-lab) led by Jan Kolodynski offers a postdoctoral position within the project C'MON-QSENS! (Continuously Monitored Quantum Sensors: Smart Tools and Applications) funded by QuantERA EU programme. The appointment will be for a two years term, (possibly) renewable for a third year.