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Post-doc position, Uni. Hamburg, Germany

Post-doctoral position on “Strong-field physics with nonclassical light fields" at the University of Hamburg, Germany

The key aim of the theoretical PostDoc project “Strong-field physics with nonclassical light fields” is to investigate the interaction of strong, nonclassical light fields with matter. Research in the project will concern the role of photon statistics in multiphoton and strong-field effects such as high-harmonic generation. As a particular focus of the project, we will investigate how new high-intensity quantum light sources with macroscopic photon numbers could be employed in nonlinear optics and in optical control applications.

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Post-doc position on Quantum Sensing, L2C, Uni. Montpellier, France

Post-doctoral positionon “Quantum sensing with spin defects in hexagonal boron nitride” at Laboratoire Charles Coulomb, Université de Montpellier, CNRS, France

Within the framework of the project BONIQs (*“*/Towards quantum sensing with spin defects in hexagonal boron nitride”) /funded by//the /Occitan Key Challenge on Quantum Technologies ,/ a *18-months post-doctoral position* is available in the team /“Solid-state quantum technologies”/ at the Laboratoire Charles Coulomb located in *Montpellier, France*.

The long-term objective of the project BONIQS is to *integrate quantum sensors into van der Waals heterostructures* in order to probe, /in situ,/ the physics occurring at the interfaces between atomically-thin, two-dimensional (2D) materials assembled in vertical stacks. Our approach consists in using optically-active spin defects hosted in hexagonal boron nitride (hBN), a wide-bandgap material which is a key building block of van der Waals heterostructures. In this general context, the post-doctoral work will be focused on the study of the spin and optical properties of the recently discovered boron vacancy (V_B ) defect in hBN, in order to assess its performances for quantum sensing applications. The first objective of the post-doctoral work is to characterize the spin coherence properties of V_B defect in hBN, and to identify experimental strategies to optimize them, e.g. through nuclear spin polarization protocols and/or dynamical decoupling methods based on spin echo techniques. The second objective is to create this novel quantum system down to the single defect level through ion implantation techniques in thin hBN layers.

To apply, please send a motivation letter, curriculum vitae and contact information from at least two references to Vincent Jacques ( ) or Guillaume Cassabois ( )

Four PhD and postdoc positions in the cold-atom group in Nice, France

The cold-atom group is led by Robin Kaiser at Institut de Physique de Nice, a lab from Université Côte d’Azur, one of the top research Universities in France (Excellence label).
The group has currently 16 people and runs four cold-atom experiments, see the webpage:
It has currently four open positions on three of the experiments. All positions will stay open until filled. Please see details attached

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PhD and Postdoc positions at the Quantenbit AG, Universität Mainz, Germany

PhD positions and one Postdoc position for the IQuAn project on trapped-ion quantum computing in combination with a super computer at the University of Mainz*, see , and

Postdoctoral Positions@Quantum Research Centre, Abu Dhabi

*POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS**@Quantum Research Center, TII*

The /Quantum Physics/ group directed by Prof. Luigi Amico at the /Quantum Research Center//(QRC), Technology Innovation Institute/ /(TII)/recently established in Abu Dhabi, is seeking well-qualified, highly motivated, and dynamic young scientists at post-doc level.

TII is a newly-established top-level state instituteaiming at becoming a major international hub for Science & Technology (see ). The QRC at TII is launching world-class theoretical and experimental research groups on different quantum technologies (see ).

The research activity of the /Quantum Physics/ group will focus on quantum correlations in many-body theory, with specific applications to quantum gases confined in low dimensional structures, atomtronics, mesoscopic networks, and superconducting circuits. Research in these areas may also be conducted in collaboration with Dr. Gianluigi Catelani (JARA Institute for Quantum Information, Juelich Research Center, Germany).

Skills in both analytical and numerical techniques to handle many-body systems in different operating conditions (static, dynamics with different boundary conditions) as well as experience in quantum transport, superconductivity, and related topics will be appreciated.

Although the planned activity is theoretical, close contact with experiments will be sought.

The positions are funded for three/four years and can start at any time in 2020/2021. The initial appointment is for two years, followed by a one/two yearsextension upon mutual agreement. The salaries are very competitive, well above the average in EU or USA; travel funds, further personal allowance and family benefits are provided by TII. There is no deadline for application. Applications will be reviewed as they are received, so we encourage to apply as soon as possible.

Candidates should provide a curriculum vitae, a brief letter of motivation, a summary of their research experience, and a list of publications. Two reference letters should be arranged to be sent directly to

Postdoc positions at the Basque Center for Applied Mathematics

Open calls for 6 postdoctoral in:
- Applied Statistics
- Simulation of Wave Propagation
- Metabollic Modelling
- Machine Learning Driven Atomistic Simulations for Energy & Health
- Artificial Intelligence in prediction for clinical practice
- CFD Modelling and Simulation


Open positions at the Basque Center for Applied Mathematics

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