Postdoc in Quantum Information and/or applications to complexity theory, foundations, quantum gravity, quantum many-body physics, and thermodynamics
Limit of tenure: up to 3 years Closing date: Sept 7, or until the positions are filled
The quantum information group at University College London (UCL) invite
applications for two post-doctoral research positions in the groups of
Fernando Brandao and Jonathan Oppenheim. We are especially interested in
applications of quantum information theory to research areas such as
complexity theory, foundations, quantum gravity, quantum many-body
physics, and thermodynamics. Other faculty in Quantum Information Theory
include Dan Browne, Simone Severini, Alessio Serafini and Sougato Bose.
The start date of the appointment is flexible, and both
junior and senior research associate positions are available. The salary
is £32,375-£39,132 p.a.
For any further queries on the
scientific details and requirements of the post, please contact Jonathan
Oppenheim (j.oppenheim[at]ucl.ac.uk) and/or Fernando Brandao
Applications should include a full
CV, publications list, a summary of research interests and previous
contributions (two pages), and the names of three referees. Applications
should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, and the candidate should
arrange for the three reference letters to be sent to
email@example.com by the closing date with the subject line being
the applicants name.
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