FSU Postdoctoral Fellowships in Quantum Science and Engineering
Florida State University seeks multiple postdoctoral fellows to join the FSU Quantum Initiative. Applicants with research interests in all areas of Quantum Science and Engineering (QSE), ranging from quantum algorithms to quantum materials and devices, are invited to apply.
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FSU Dirac Quantum Discussions
The three-day Dirac Quantum Discussions, taking place on April 11-13, 2024, aim to highlight cutting-edge research activities in Quantum Science and Engineering. The symposium will provide opportunities to learn about various aspects of QSE, explore potential collaborations, and educate junior scientists and novices to this broad interdisciplinary field.
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FSU Quantum initiative has been established to advance university’s research and education in the areas of modern quantum science and technologies.
The rapidly emerging quantum research themes aim to harness the laws of quantum mechanics to solve important fundamental and practical problems relevant to generating clean energy, understanding biological processes, accelerating big data analysis, and providing exceptionally secure communication channels. FSU Quantum is poised to become a leading regional and national entity that provides research expertise and workforce development in various areas of quantum science and engineering.
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