Research Associate/Senior Research Associate in Quantum Computing Theory
Division/School School of Mathematics
Contract type Open Ended
Working pattern Full time
Salary Grade I - £33,199- £37,345, Grade J - £37,345- £42,036 per annum
Closing date for applications 01-Sep-2019
Please Note: This is a “rolling advert” with a nominal close date only. Applications are welcome at any time and the timing of the selection process will be dependent on the applications received.
Applications are invited for a number of open postdoctoral research associate (PDRA)/senior research associate positions in the theory of quantum computation, tenable from a date to be agreed.
Areas of particular interest include, but are not restricted to: quantum algorithms and their underpinning mathematics; architectures for quantum computers; applications of quantum computers; quantum computational complexity and Hamiltonian complexity; algorithms for simulation of quantum systems; and verification/testing of quantum devices.
The PDRAs will have the opportunity to work with Prof Noah Linden and/or Dr Ashley Montanaro in the School of Mathematics, University of Bristol.
The applicant should have, or expect to soon receive, a PhD in the theory of quantum computation or quantum information; or otherwise should be able to show evidence of expertise in this area. The applicant should also have a track record of high-quality publications.
The School of Mathematics is one of the leading centres for research and teaching in mathematical sciences in the UK, and offers a stimulating and friendly environment with first-rate facilities.
The School of Mathematics is a supporter of the LMS Good Practice Scheme aiming at advancing women's careers in mathematics http://www.maths.bris.ac.uk/admin/life/women/
For informal enquiries please contact Prof Noah Linden (email@example.com) or Dr Ashley Montanaro
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