superconducting qubits

The theory group at the Institute for Quantum Information of the Jülich-Aachen Reasearch Alliance (JARA) is looking for highly motivated candidates to fill a fully-funded PhD position over the next few months.
The doctoral projects will focus on theoretical studies of physical implementations of quantum information processing, such as superconducting qubits, and related enabling quantum technologies. The projects will be supervised by Dr. Ansari and may involve collaborations with leading experimental groups.

The Quantum Information and Device Theory group of Charles Tahan at the Laboratory for Physical Sciences (LPS) and the Quantum Information and Many-Body Physics group of Brian Swingle at the University of Maryland (UMD) are collaborating to explore the possible quantum advantage offered by near-term quantum systems from quantum computers with dozens or hundreds of qubits to analog quantum systems of similar size to tensor-network inspired machine learning.

There exists a prestigious and well-funded PhD scholarship for a student to undertake research on the theory of acoustic modes interacting with superconducting qubits at the University of New South Wales, Canberra, Australia. The project will be undertaken under the supervision of Dr Matt Woolley, Dr David Powell, and A/Prof Andrey Miroshnichenko. The scholarship includes a stipend of \$AU41,209 per annum for four years, a travel allowance of up to \$AU10,000 per annum, and covers all tuition fees.

Quinfog is an emerging group on Quantum Information and Foundations of Quantum Mechanics based at the Instituto de Fisica Fundamental in the Spanish Research Council (CSIC). It currently includes three staff members from CSIC, plus a similar number of PhD students and affiliated members from other institutions. Our research focuses on four areas: Quantum Technologies, Relativistic Quantum Information, Quantum Correlations and Quantum Simulation. For further information and job opportunities contact the staff at our webpage.


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