Postdoc in Quantum Circuit Optimisation and Graphical Calculus

Institute for Computing and Information Sciences, Radboud University
5 October, 2018
Postdoc in ** Quantum Circuit Optimisation and Graphical Calculus **
This postdoc will entail applying graphical techniques (notably string diagrams, tensor networks, and the ZX-calculus / related graphical calculi) to quantum circuits for the sake of gate count minimisation, routing of multi-qubit operations, and fault-tolerance. This project consists both of theoretical work and implementation in relevant software tools, e.g. Quantomatic and PyZX.

QuICS Hartree Postdoctoral Fellowships

University of Maryland
1 December, 2018

The Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science (QuICS, 

Post-doctoral position in experimental quantum optics with solid-state quantum memories

ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Sciences
30 September, 2018


ICFO is offering a postdoctoral position to a well-qualified, highly motivated and dynamic young scientist who wishes to enhance his/her scientific career in a friendly and stimulating environment. The Quantum Photonics with Solids and Atoms group at ICFO, led by Prof. Hugues de Riedmatten, is looking for a postdoctoral fellow to play a key role in setting experiments aiming at demonstrating entanglement between remote solid-state quantum memories.


Post-doc position in theory of free-space secure quantum communication

Palacky University Olomouc
15 September, 2018
Palacky University in Olomouc is announcing the opening of a 2-year position for a post-doctoral researcher in the field of theory of quantum communication with application to satellite links, within a project funded by the European Space Agency. The research will be primarily focused on quantum key distribution with faint laser pulses and single photon detectors and will include international experimental-theoretical collaboration.
The applicants should provide the following documents:
 Structured curriculum vitae;

Postdocs on the topic of quantum tensor networks

Quantum group, Ghent University, Belgium
2 October, 2018

We have several open positions on the level of postdoc for working on the development of algorithms for the variational optimization of quantum tensor networks and more specifically of PEPS. Starting date is flexible. Please contact laurens [dot] vanderstraeten [at] ugent [dot] be or frank [dot] verstraete [at] ugent [dot] be for more details.


PostDoc position in theoretical Quantum machine learning

The Hebrew University
12 August, 2018
We announce the opening of a post-doc position at the Racah Institute of Physics at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel. The research topic is quantum sensing using machine learning with applications to NV centres in diamond and trapped ions. The ideal candidate should have a PhD degree in physics or Applied Mathematics.
The theoretical work of the PostDoc will be focused on the following subjects: 
(1) Quantum sensing using Machine learning with an emphasis on nano NMR/MRI setup.

Phd, Postdoc and other positions Quantum Internet Alliance

31 August, 2018

Quantum Internet Alliance Europe
The long-term ambition of the Quantum Internet Alliance is to realize large scale quantum networks.

You can now join us in this ambitious endeavour! We are looking for excellent candidates for PhD, Postdoc and other positions with different backgrounds (physics, computer science, electrical engineering) who like to work towards our great goal that can only be realized in a team effort.

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

National Cheng Kung University (Tainan, Taiwan)
30 June, 2019

Post-doctoral Fellowship at IT, Lisbon, Portugal

Physics of Information and Quantum Technologies Group, Lisbon
20 July, 2018


Postdoc in topological optomechanics

31 July, 2018
The quantum group in Malta is looking to recruit an experienced postdoctoral researcher in the field of topological optomechanical devices. This is a two-year position funded by the Julian Schwinger Foundation.
This project aims to investigate optomechanical arrays as a platform for the amplification, processing, and routing of phonons. This programme is based on work pioneered recently by Dr Vittorio Peano on topological effects in such arrays, with the possibility to be involved in experimental explorations as well.
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