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Sydney Quantum academy. NSW government-supported
four-university consortium
(Posted, December 2019)

Please contact Prof. Daniel Terno at for sponsorship on this application:

Applications are encouraged from any research area within the quantum sciences, with recipients able and encouraged to access leading quantum research groups across The University of Sydney, UNSW Sydney, University of Technology Sydney and Macquarie University, as well as masterclasses and other professional development and industry engagement opportunities offered by the SQA.

The successful candidates will be offered a three-year research focused academic appointment at $105,000 to $115,000 per annum AUD (depending on experience and track record) plus a generous contribution to superannuation at one of the partner universities. In addition, the fellow will receive research support and career development funding of up to $30,000 per annum AUD.

Applicants must obtain the endorsement of a school at one of the universities who will employ the successful candidates and provide the required administration and infrastructure. Strong preference will be given to applicants seeking to join the university from another organisation in Australia or from overseas.

Please note that applicants will be subject to the policies and terms and conditions of the university where the student is enrolled.

The applications will be reviewed, ranked and selected by the SQA Selection Committee comprising at least one representative of each university. The committee meets twice per year. Contact us if you would like to know more or express interest.

Applications open Wednesday 6 November and close at 19 January 2020 (AEST).

Faculty Permanent Position at Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)
(Posted October 2019)

The Spanish Research Council CSIC is offering an intermediate rank permanent position on Quantum Technologies (theory or  experiments), with various possible destinations including  IFT,

The announcement is in Nature Jobs

It is a pre-call before the final position is opened for the most interesting profiles. CSIC seeks senior researchers (but not too senior) with the potential to create and lead a group on a research line that is complementary to the ones we currently pursue, but centered on Quantum Technologies.

The candidate would become part of the CSIC Platform on Quantum Technologies (, joining a dynamic community of highly motivated colleagues, working to consolidate this field in the
Research Council, train new talent and, of course, do excellent research.

Faculty Tenure-Track Position at Perimeter Institute
(Posted October 2019)

Check the advertised position here:

Postdoctoral Positions (Last posting August 1st 2019)


Funding is available for a postdoctoral fellow in Relativistic Quantum Information.


Successful candidates are expected to conduct full-time research with Principal Investigator Robert Mann  

Key activities include:

  • Developing programs for detector response and entanglement harvesting in curved spacetime.

  • Generalizing quantum information theoretical concepts to black hole spacetimes.

  • Developing and proposing laboratory tests and/or simulations of relativistic quantum information phenomena, including optomechanical experiments, analog gravity simulations, and quantum optics simulations


Candidates must possess a PhD and an excellent research track record. Expertise in Mathematica and MAPLE is very important, as well as in other languages such as C++ and Python.  The ideal candidate will have expertise in both quantum information and in gravitation/general relativity.  Candidates with excellent written and spoken communication skills will be prioritized.


Candidates will be considered immediately.  Appointment is expected to begin Sept 1 2019 until November 30 2020, with possibility of renewal until August 31 2021.


Along with their  CV and publication list,  applicants should  arrange for 3 confidential letters of reference to be sent to:

Robert Mann, P.Phys
Professor of Physics & Applied Mathematics
University of Waterloo
Ontario, Canada N2L 3G1
tel: 519-885-1211x36285
fax: 519-746-8115