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Research Fellows (Quantum Information Theory & Quantum Cryptography) 

Research Fellows (Quantum Information Theory & Quantum Cryptography) 

Description
 

We seek up to two highly motivated, skilled and independent postdoctoral researchers, who will join the quantum information systems group led by Charles Lim, which is at CQT and the NUS Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (https://www.ccwlim.com), and proactively contribute to ongoing and upcoming projects in quantum communications and quantum cryptography.

The research fellows are expected to focus on, but not limited to, (1) the development of realistic schemes for quantum secure communication and quantum integrated photonics devices, and (2) the development of verification toolboxes for quantum coherence and quantum correlations (nonlocality, entanglement, etc) in networks.

 

Qualifications
 
  • Possess a recognised PhD degree in electrical engineering, computer science or physics.
  • Have a strong track-record of working on technical aspects of quantum information theory and cryptography.
  • Strong candidates with proven expertise in other aspects of quantum information are also encouraged to apply.
  • The selected candidates are expected to partake in leadership roles within the group.
  • Salary will be commensurate with the candidate’s track record.
  • Open to working in a hybrid environment where theorists, engineers, and experimentalists work side by side.
  • This fixed-term position is based on fixed-term contracts that are renewable annually subject to available grants.

 

 

Interested applicants may apply the position click here.

Closing Date: 30-Sep, 12:00AM.