We are looking to recruit a
Postdoc – Design and Control Theory of NV-Based Quantum Simulators
The Peter Grünberg Institute - Quantum Control (PGI-8) at the Forschungszentrum Jülich specializes in novel optimization strategies for emerging quantum technologies. These emerging technologies aim to provide transformative changes to our society, including how we think about information, and unlocking vast calculations for the natural sciences, logistical problem solving, and high-performance computation. Our institute has pioneered the application of quantum optimal control methods to quantum computation and many-body quantum systems. This includes the development of physical models and model reduction techniques as well as algorithmic advances of in-situ optimization and machine learning to tackle the complex processes inherent to scalable quantum devices. Moreover, the institute also masters tensor networks techniques for many-body systems, i.e., numerical methods managing quantum entanglement in a practical way. By their use, we explore synthetic quantum matter and we also benchmark the computational gain attainable via noisy intermediate-scale quantum devices. Are you looking for a new challenge? Our team is looking forward to receiving your application!
Last Modified: 05.10.2023