The Quantum Software Consortium (QSC) is delighted to offer Ada Lovelace postdoctoral Fellowship. This program is open to talented female researchers from around the world. They will be conducting research on three themes of algorithmic development: for quantum computers, for quantum networks, and for quantum cryptography. Expired 484 days ago, try next time!
The Quantum Software Consortium (QSC) is inviting applications for its program of prestigious 3-year fellowships, called Ada Lovelace postdoctoral Fellowships, which has the explicit aim of hiring talented female researchers. The consortium is organized around three themes of algorithmic development: for quantum computers, for quantum networks, and for quantum cryptography. A fourth hardware theme, the demonstrator, provides a distributed quantum-computing network linking the three sites of the consortium and The Hague, to test designs arising from the three software themes. World-class hardware for demonstrating quantum algorithms is furthermore available via QuTech, Leiden, and Amsterdam outside this proposal.
The appointment/contract for three years will be at one of the QSC-partners, according to the terms of employment of the Dutch Universities or that of the Research Institutes. The salary, depending on experience, will approximately be between 3300 and 4852 euro gross per month, plus twice-yearly approximately a month salary bonus.”
Level and Area of Studies
Postdoctoral program on three themes of algorithmic development: for quantum computers, for quantum networks, and for quantum cryptography.
Place of Study
The study will be taken in the Netherlands.
Eligibility and Criteria
Candidates can be proposed in the following two ways:
- Proposal by one of the QSC Senior Researchers.
- Application by the candidate, accompanied by a supporting letter by a QSC Senior Researcher.
There is no nationality restriction.
31 January 2019.