|Salary:||£33,797 to £42,792 per annum, Grade I/J Pathway 2|
|Placed On:||2nd October 2023|
|Closes:||6th November 2023|
The post-holder(s) will perform cutting-edge academic research on the theory of quantum computation. Areas of particular interest include, but are not restricted to: quantum algorithms and their underpinning mathematics; verification/testing of quantum devices; architectures for quantum computers; applications of quantum computers; quantum computational complexity and Hamiltonian complexity; algorithms for simulation of quantum systems, design of methods for reducing errors in quantum measurements.
What will you be doing?
Aspects to which the post-holder could contribute, depending on research interests and expertise, include:
The post-holder will be expected to have a high degree of autonomy within the overall framework of the project.
You should apply if
A PhD in the theory of quantum computation or quantum information, or otherwise evidence of expertise in this area, is essential, together with a strong record of publications in high-quality international conferences and journals.
We look for candidates to have strong problem-solving skills, the ability to take a primary role in organizing and running research projects, and enthusiasm to work in a multidisciplinary group.
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