Postdocs in quantum computing in Japan
Posted on July 3, 2020.
The research groups of Francesco Buscemi, Jacques Garrigue, Akinori Kawachi, François Le Gall, Tomoyuki Morimae and Harumichi Nishimura are looking for several postdoctoral researchers to work on quantum computing, especially on the following subjects:
The position will be "project assistant professor" (in japanese: tokunin-jokyo), which is slightly higher than a standard postdoc. The length is negotiable. The position will be based either at the Graduate School of Mathematics or the Graduate School of Informatics of Nagoya University, or at the Department of Information Engineering of Mie University, starting around October or November 2020.
quantum complexity theory,
theoretical aspects of quantum programming languages,
development of software verification tools for quantum programs,
quantum information theory.
Interested candidates can apply by sending a CV (including a list of publications) to the contact address below.
The deadline for applications is July 15, 2020 (although applications will be accepted even after the deadline until the positions are filled).
Applications by researchers from other areas of theoretical computer science (e.g., researchers working on classical algorithms, classical computational complexity, or classical formal verification) are also very much welcome.
For applying and for more information please contact:
François Le Gall
Graduate School of Mathematics
Nagoya University, Japan
Please use "QLEAP postdoc position" as the title of your email.