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Opening for a PhD in theoretical quantum technology

Summary

We have a PhD opening to support our theoretical efforts on developing randomized measurements (RM) for probing many-body entanglement in quantum technologies. The goal of the PhD will be
– to develop and benchmark new measurement protocols probing many-body entanglement in the context of the quantum simulation and quantum computing.
– to collaborate with experimental groups implementing randomized measurements with superconducting qubits and cold atoms platforms.

We are seeking for a highly motivated candidate with a strong background in theoretical physics, including preferentially quantum optics, quantum information, and many-body physics. We also expect a deep interest for working in synergy with experimental groups.

The LPMMC (CNRS and universite Grenoble-Alpes) is situated in Grenoble. The offered position will run for 3 years, with flexibility on the starting date.

Contact: benoit.vermersch@lpmmc.cnrs.fr
https://bvermersch.github.io/

References 

[1] A. Elben, B. Vermersch, M. Dalmonte, J. I. Cirac, and P. Zoller. “Rényi Entropies from Random Quenches in Atomic Hubbard and Spin Models”. Physical Review Letters 120, 5 (2018).
[2] T. Brydges, A. Elben, P. Jurcevic, B. Vermersch, C. Maier, B. P. Lanyon, P. Zoller, R. Blatt, and C. F. Roos. “Probing Rényi entanglement entropy via randomized measurements”. Science 364,6437 (2019), pp. 260– 263.
[3] Andreas Elben, Benoît Vermersch, Rick van Bijnen, Christian Kokail, Tiff Brydges, Christine Maier, Manoj K. Joshi, Rainer Blatt, Christian F. Roos, and Peter Zoller. Phys. Rev. Lett. 124, 010504 (2020).
[4] Andreas Elben, Richard Kueng, Hsin-Yuan (Robert) Huang, Rick van Bijnen, Christian Kokail, Marcello Dalmonte, Pasquale Calabrese, Barbara Kraus, John Preskill, Peter Zoller, and Benoît Vermersch. Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 200501 (2020).