The Angelakis group at CQT Singapore (www.dimitrisangelakis.org) is looking for a postdoctoral research fellow with a strong research background and a PhD in quantum information with a focus on quantum algorithms and applications. Candidates from quantum simulations and quantum many-body physics, or implementations of quantum computing may also inquire as well.
Our leading group is concerned with research in quantum information theory, condensed matter theory and the intersection between the fields.
- We ask what information processing tasks are possible using single quantum systems as carriers of information. We think about the mathematical-theoretical foundations of quantum information, specifically about the theory of entanglement and questions of tomography, but also about ways of realizing topological quantum computing.
We have opening for two theoretical postdoc positions (initially for two years with possible extensions) in the subject of quantum simulation in noisy intermediate scale quantum (NISQ) simulators. The applicants will join the group of Professor Abolfazl Bayat at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) in Chengdu, China. In order to see the research activities of the group please visit the website at: https://physqit.com/
We are offering a postdoc (E13) and a PhD position (E13 3/4) to highly motivated and well-qualified researchers who intend to conduct research in near-term quantum computing and simulation. Possible topics include the following:
- Notions of quantum machine learning and near-term quantum computing
- Benchmarking and tomography
- Analog quantum simulation
- Computational complexity theory
The successful candidates will work as part of the research group led by Jens Eisert at the FU Berlin. For an overview of research activities, see
We are offering both a fully funded three-year postdoctoral position (E13) and a PhD position (E13 3/4) to highly motivated and well-qualified researchers who intend to conduct research in the field of quantum error correction and related fields. The scientific project will relate to the fundamentals of topological quantum error correcting codes as well as to near-term error mitigation in realistic quantum devices. The successful candidates will work as part of the research group led by Jens Eisert at the FU Berlin.