|CCL 18.05.09 PhD and/or Post-doctoral position in quantum computing|
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Date: Wed May 9 09:58:23 2018
Subject: 18.05.09 PhD and/or Post-doctoral position in quantum computing
PhD and/or Post-doctoral position in quantum computing at the Fritz-Haber-Institute of the Max-Planck-Society Quantum computers are not just interesting for encryption but also for solving important equations of electronic-structure theory (see, e.g., N. Moll et al., Quantum optimization using variational algorithms on near-term quantum devices., https://arxiv.org/abs/1710.01022). The Fritz-Haber-Institute (FHI) of the Max-Planck-Society has an opening for a post-doctoral and/or PhD position in quantum computing. The research is a collaboration of the theory department of Prof. Matthias Scheffler and IBM Research Zurich represented by Dr. Nikolaj Moll. The focus will be on the development of quantum chemistry algorithms for quantum computers. You will contribute to the advancement of open-source software tools in Python and implement optimal algorithms on large numbers of qubits. What is required: Knowledge about electronic-structure theory. Strong programming skills in Python. Experience in quantum computing and related software development is a plus. You can find more information about the Theory Department of the FHI, here: https://th.fhi-berlin.mpg.de/site/ . The position will be connected to the European Center of Excellence NOMAD (Novel Materials Discovery): https://nomad-coe.eu/ .
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