We are looking for two Postdoctoral Researchers to work in the New Quantum Resources and Thermodynamics Group led by Prof. Michał Horodecki at the International Centre for Theory of Quantum Technologies (ICTQT) hosted by the University of Gdańsk (UG) - pioneering and leading center of quantum information research in Poland.
The selected candidates will work on the theory of open quantum systems including:
- long-time behaviour of cumulant equation;
- a problem of steady state coherences;
- benchmarking non-Markovian master equations.
How to apply
All required documents should be prepared in English:
- Recruitment form.
- Curriculum vitae.
- A research resume with a list of publications, and a list of research projects (if any) in which the candidate took part (with specification of the role); PDF files of the three most relevant papers by the candidate (or just web links, in the case of open access publications); a list of invited talks at conferences and workshops, and a list of academic prizes and awards (if any);
- Motivation letter (including statement of current scientific interests)â up to 2 pages;
- Documents confirming academic degrees (a copy of a PhD diploma or a certificate of obtaining the title or confirmation of the planned date of defence (no later than 3 months from the date of announcement of the competition)).
Before signing the employment contract, the person selected in the competition is requested to submit to the University of Gdansk the original of the PhD diploma. At the stage of employment, other documents will not be honoured;
Name and contact details (e-mail addresses) of two senior researchers who may provide reference letters on behalf of the candidate (the candidate is expected to contact the referees and ask them to send reference letters directly to ictqt-careers[at]ug.edu.pl. The letters must be sent before the deadline).
More details can be found here: https://ictqt.ug.edu.pl/job/postdoc_ictqt_2023_04/
ul. Bazynskiego 1A
80-309 Gdansk, Polen
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