We are regularly looking for postdoctoral researchers and PhD students to join a strong research team. We can provide a uniquely stimulating and fun research environment driven by discussion, interaction, and collaboration, with substantial blackboard time. We are a highly active research group with a culture of open discussion, creative interdisciplinary thought and substantial international collaborations. The successes of past group members possibly speak for themselves when one has a career planning in mind.
Applications are strongly and warmly invited. All job related questions and inquiries should be sent to both firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. The job adverts will be kept open until the positions are filled.
Postdoctoral position in quantum information theory
We can offer a full postdoctoral research position on mathematical quantum information theory. Possible topics are notions of computational complexity, quantum computational models, the mathematics of near-term quantum computing, notions of randomness, group theoretical applications, and ideas of learning and learnability.
Postdoctoral position on photonic quantum information science
We offer a full postdoctoral research position on photonic quantum computing. Key aspects are notions of quantum error corrections for photonic systems, protocols for photonic quantum computing, and resource efficient computational models. This is within the prestigious BMBF-funded project QPIC-1 and is related to PhoQuant within the German quantum hardware programme. We collaborate with a strong team of experimentalists pursuing integrated optical quantum computing.
Postdoctoral position on quantum simulation and quantum computing
We are also in the position to offer an attractive full long-term postdoctoral research position on quantum simulation and quantum computing within the German quantum hardware call. In the focus of attention are ideas of protocol development, notions of computational power of quantum simulators, of fermion to spin mappings, of applications in quantum chemistry, and of their verification, including shadow estimation techniques. This is within the BMBF-funded projects MUNIQC and FermiQP. We collaborate here with experimental leaders of the field, such as Immanuel Bloch, Christian Gross, Thomas Monz and Rainer Blatt.
Humboldt and Marie-Curie fellowships
The group has a strong tradition in hosting Humboldt and Marie Skłodowska Curie fellows. In particular the first program is highly recommendable, includes hardly any bureaucracy and funds excellent people smoothly. If interested, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Master- and Bachelor theses
If you are interested in joining us on a Master or Bachelor level, please again send an email and append a short CV including grades and main interests, again to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quantum many-body theory, quantum information, and quantum optics (Qmio)
Dahlem Center for Complex Quantum Systems
Freie Universitaet Berlin