News: The LIP6 laboratory in Sorbonne Université, Paris, will shortly be opening applications for a Maître de Conferences (Associate Professor) in quantum information, based in the QI team. The successful candidate will be expected to teach in the newly formed masters program in quantum information, and undergraduate computer science. Some level of French language will be required.
They will also be expected to develop their own program of internationally leading research in quantum information science, complementing or strengthening the quantum information research in the QI Team and Sorbonne Université, and participate actively in developing the quantum information community.
More details of the position can be found here.
For more information on the quantum information team and research activities, please see here.
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News: Eleni Diamanti has been featured in a Le Point article entitled Recherche : les exploratrices de l’infiniment petit.
News: Sorbonne University opens the first Master of Computer Science.
Quantum Information Center Sorbonne (QICS), the Computer Science Master Department, in collaboration with the School of Physics are proud to announce the program about which you can find out more here.
News: Elham Kashefi and Eleni Diamanti have been featured in a Le Point article entitled Les femmes de la quantique que le monde entier nous envie.
News: The QI team and the Quantum Hackathon have been featured in a Le Monde article entitled Les premiers pas d'un internet quantique. More details here. The video of the event is available here.
Event: The QI team is organizing the Pan-European Quantum Hackathon in Paris on November 5-6, 2019. The Hackathon is held simultaneously in five connected nodes across Europe. Participants from across all five locations will form teams to take on challenges. More informations here.
News: Elham Kashefi contributed to the report Quantum Computing: ready for the huge leap? as a member of the quantum panel at France is AI 2019 conference. More details here.
News: The work of Anupama Unnikrishnan, Ian MacFarlane, Richard Yi, Eleni Diamanti, Damian Markham, and Iordanis Kerenidis, about practical anonymous communication in quantum networks was featured in a Phys.org article here.
News: The work of Shane Mansfield about contextuality and computational advantage was featured in the cover investigation of Science et Vie this month, here and here.
News: Niraj Kumar and Eleni Diamanti, along with Iordanis Kerenidis, have been interviewed for a press article entitled Milestone Experiment Proves Quantum Communication Really Is Faster in Quantamagazine, which can be accessed here.
News: Damian Markham contributed to the ERCIM News 112 on Quantum Lego. More details here.
News: Elham Kashefi, along with Alexandru Gheorghiu, contributed to the ERCIM News 112 on Keeping Quantum Computers Honest. More details here.
News: Congratulations to Eleni Diamanti on being awarded ERC Starting Grant 'Quantum Superiority with Coherent States' (QUSCO).
Article: Elham Kashefi, along with Alexandru Gheorghiu and Theodoros Kapourniotis, give an overview of Verification of Quantum Computation. More details here.
Article: Best of both worlds. Eleni Diamanti and Elham Kashefi comment on the challenge of secure communication in a connected society. More details here.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
(1 July 2020 -15 April 2022)
University of Padua, Italy
(15 Dec. 2020 - 15 Feb. 2021)
Dr. Kaushik Chakraborty
Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
(01 Jan. 2021 - 31 Mar. 2021)
The team is working on both theoretical and experimental projects. Various positions are available in all areas of quantum information.
The team is currently offering a postdoctoral theory position in in the domain of quantum communication and networks.