Quantum thermodynamics

The research team “Quantum Chaos in Many-Body Systems”, led by Dario Rosa, is looking for postdoctoral fellows willing to join the group.

The Quantum Technology group at Queen's (QTeQ, https://web.am.qub.ac.uk/wp/qo/) seeks to appoint a postdoctoral research fellow to undertake theoretical research in non-equilibrium thermodynamics of quantum processes. The two-year post, funded by EPSRC, is available from or around 1 January 2021. The position can be further extended, subject to performance.

For further information, please contact Mauro Paternostro at m.paternostroATqub.ac.uk. Details available from the QTeQ website.

We are having an opening for a post-doctoral scholar in the area of theoretical quantum mechanics, with a focus on ultracold gases (weakly or strongly correlated), quantum information, quantum thermodynamics or any related area. More information can be found at


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


Tuesday, October 13, 2020 to Friday, October 16, 2020

Submission deadline: 

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Registration deadline: 

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Dear Colleagues,

We are organising the workshop QTDNEQ20 on Quantum Thermodynamics of Non-equilibrium Systems to be held on October 13-16th 2020. The workshop will be online, with talks in the mornings 09:30-13:00. Registration is free of charge. The abstract deadline to contribute to the conference is Sept. 30th. Please register and send your contribution here: http://dipc.ehu.es/qtdneq20/registration.

There is an opening for a postdoctoral fellow to work at the QuSys Group at Trinity College Dublin starting around October 2020 with some flexibility in the precise date. The QuSys group is a young, dynamic and international group lead by Prof. John Goold. The groups interests are diverse ranging from thermodynamics of quantum systems and quantum transport in non equilibrium steady states (NESS) to quantum information and many-body physics. The position is initially for 2 years and can be extended further.


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