Lecturer in Quantum Information Theory@ School of Mathematics

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Lecturer in Quantum Information Theory@ School of Mathematics

Lecturer in Quantum Information Theory@ School of Mathematics
Applications are invited for a Lectureship in Quantum Information Theory, tenable from 1 January 2012 or a date to be agreed. A Lectureship is similar to an Assistant Professorship in Northern America.

We seek an outstanding researcher and teacher from any area of quantum information theory who will be expected to develop an internationally leading independent research programme as well as to undertake teaching and administrative duties as appropriate.

The post will be held in the School of Mathematics or the School of Physics, by agreement between the successful candidate and the University. In either case, the post will be within the interdepartmental Quantum Computation and Information Group (QCIG), one of the world’s leading groups on all theoretical aspects of quantum information processing; see http://www.cs.bris.ac.uk/Research/QuantumComputing/ for more information on staff and research interests.

This is an open-ended post, subject to the University's standard procedures.

For informal enquiries please contact Professor Noah Linden (n.linden@bristol.ac.uk), Professor Sandu Popescu (s.popescu@bristol.ac.uk), Professor Andreas Winter (a.j.winter@bristol.ac.uk), or Professor Nick Brook, Head of Physics (head-phys@bristol.ac.uk) or Professor Guy Nason, Head of Mathematics (hod-maths@bristol.ac.uk).

It is expected that interviews will be held during the week commencing 5 December 2011.

For more details