Applications close: 27/07/2021, 11.59pm (AEST)
We are recruiting for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to investigate how and when quantum algorithms can outperform classical computers. The position will be based at the centrally located UTS Campus in Ultimo, part of CQC²T and the Centre for Quantum Software and Information, and will report directly to Professor Michael Bremner.
The role is in the Quantum Algorithms and Complexity Program of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Quantum Computation and Communication Technology (CQC²T) under the supervision of Chief Investigator Prof Michael Bremner.
The Quantum Algorithms and Complexity Program remit is to develop applications and milestones for near-to-intermediate term quantum computers, to study the complexity of quantum algorithms, and to develop new architectures that are capable of implementing such algorithms.
The Postdoctoral Fellow will investigate how and when quantum algorithms can outperform classical computer. This project will involve the theoretical analysis and development of quantum algorithms with a particular focus on potential applications for noisy intermediate-scale devices. While this position is primarily focussed on theoretical research, the Fellow will likely also interact with experimental teams within the CQC²T to study the physical resources and levels of error correction required for the implementation of quantum algorithms.
For more information on the role and how to apply visit: Job Vacancy: Postdoctoral Research Fellow | Quantum Computation & Information | University of Technology Sydney (uts.edu.au)
University: University of Technology Sydney
Authors Centre Participants: Prof. Michael Bremner
Other Source: UTS