QuSoft is continuously looking for excellent PhD and postdoc candidates. If you are interested in sending an (open) application, please send your CV to applications@qusoft.org.

Tenure track position in quantum networks

The Systems and Networking Lab (SNE lab) is looking for a scientist on the subject of ‘Quantum Networks’. In this position you will work in close collaboration with the Dutch research centers for quantum software and systems: QuSoft and QuTech.

The position has a duration of 5 years and will take place at the Informatics institute of the University of Amsterdam.

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Tenure track position in mathematical physics

University of Amsterdam’s faculty of science invites excellent researchers to apply for a Tenure-track position in the area of quantum matter and quantum information.

The position has a duration of 5 years and will be shared 50-50 between the Physics department IoP and the mathematics department KdVI of the University of Amsterdam. The position complements existing expertises in both departments, and is closely aligned with research center QuSoft, its academic and industrial partners, and the Quantum Software Consortium (NWO Gravitation).

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Tenure track position in mathematics of quantum information

University of Amsterdam’s faculty of science invites excellent researchers to apply for a Tenure-track position in the area of quantum information applied to cryptography and algorithms.

The position has a duration of 5 years and is part of a wide collaboration  between the Korteweg-de Vries Institute for Mathematics, Qusoft and the academic and Quantum Software Consortium (NWO Gravitation).

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Postdoctoral researcher in quantum cryptography

The Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC) of the University of Amsterdam has a vacancy at QuSoft for a talented postdoc on the subject of quantum cryptography.

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PhD student in the area of quantum computing and simulation

QuSoft has an opening for a talented PhD student in the area of quantum computing and simulation on small (NISQ) quantum devices or emulators. Possible topics could include quantum simulation approaches to problems from quantum matter and chemistry, combinatorial optimization, etc. The position may include numerical simulations of quantum algorithms and protocols. The starting date for the position could be as soon as September 1, 2019.

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Tenure-track position in the area of quantum algorithms and applications of quantum computers

Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) in Amsterdam invites excellent researchers to apply for a Tenure-track position in the area of quantum algorithms and applications of quantum computers.

QuSoft is the Dutch research Center for Quantum Software that was launched in 2015. Its mission is to develop new communication protocols, algorithms, and applications for small and medium-sized prototypes as well as larger quantum computers. The researchers at QuSoft develop software and applications that exploit the extraordinary power of quantum computers based on their quantum mechanical properties such as superposition, interference and entanglement.

This position is established as part of the Quantum Software Consortium (QSC) program a 10-year grant funded by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science through the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research. QSC is hosted by three research clusters: Leiden University, QuSoft (collaboration of the University of Amsterdam, the Dutch national research institute for mathematics and computer science CWI, and Free University Amsterdam) and the Delft institute QuTech (a collaboration between Delft University of Technology and the Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research TNO).

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Ph.D. student on the subject of quantum algorithms and complexity

Qusoft has a vacancy for a talented Ph.D. student, on the subject of quantum algorithms and complexity.

This position involves research into theoretical computer science aspects of quantum computing and quantum information theory, supervised by Prof. Ronald de Wolf, in CWI’s Algorithms and Complexity group.

Specifically, the project will focus on one or more of the following topics: the development of new quantum algorithms (for example for optimization problems) and the analysis of their complexity, the analysis of theoretical aspects of quantum machine learning and quantum communication complexity, and applications of quantum techniques to problems in classical computer science and mathematics. This is primarily a theoretical computer science position.

The starting date for the position could be anywhere between October 1, 2019, and January 1, 2020.

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Postdoc / Postdoctoral Researcher

Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) has a vacancy in the Algorithms and Complexity research group for a talented Postdoc / postdoctoral researcher, on the subject of the computer-science aspects of quantum computing and quantum information theory. Read more