The Nature is always changed dynamically even in quantum mechanics. Quantum walks, which are quantum-mechanical analogues of random walks, are promising toy models to understand quantum dynamics. Surprisingly, these models can be experimentally demonstrated in some physical models. This workshop will be open for interdisciplinary researchers from the theoretical and experimental sides on the discrete-time and continuous-time quantum walks, for examples, mathematics, physics, quantum information, and statistical mechanics.
Postdoctoral Positions in “Quantum optics and quantum many-body effects”
The positions are within a CQT research project led by Dimitris Angelakis in the Centre for Quantum Technologies Singapore. We are looking for highly motivated candidates who preferably have a strong research background in theoretical quantum optics. Exceptional candidates from condensed matter theory (especially from strongly correlated and/or topological quantum systems) and quantum information theory will also be considered.
This fellowship is offered through the Macquarie University Node of the ARC Centre of Excellence in Engineered Quantum Systems (EQUS) [http://equs.org/]. The position is for 24 months from the start date and is available now. The Fellow will conduct independent research and work with EQuS researchers at Macquarie University under the supervision of A/Prof Gavin Brennen, Prof. Jason Twamley, and Dr. Thomas Volz.
Applications from highly motivated researchers are welcome to apply for a postdoctoral position in the group of Gerhard Kirchmair which is located at the Institut for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information and at the Experimental Physics departement of the University of Innsbruck. Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in physics or a related field and ideally have a strong background in experimental quantum physics and/or nanofabrication.
We are currently offering a postdoctoral position to a highly motivated and well-qualified researcher who intends to enhance his or her career in the fields of quantum information theory and the theory of quantum simulations, funded by the new H2020 grant AQuS on quantum simulators. The successful candidate will work in the research group led by Jens Eisert at the Free University of Berlin. We are a young, internationally visible, leading group in these fields of research, driven by a stimulating climate of open discussion and creative thought.