12 November 2020
PRESS RELEASE: Researchers at the National Institute of Informatics (NII) and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) propose a new compression approach to reduce the volume of quantum circuits and bring fault-tolerant quantum computers one step closer to reality. Read more.
28 October 2020
PRESS RELEASE: Researchers at the National Institute of Informatics (NII), Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT), Osaka University, the Japanese-French Laboratory of Informatics (JFLI) and Tokyo University of Science have discovered that time crystals can be used to simulate complex quantum networks. Read more.
29 September 2020
OPEN POSITIONS: The Global Research Center for Quantum Information Science at the National Institute of Informatics in Tokyo is seeking applicants for two fixed term research appointments to work on quantum computation and quantum networks. The appointments will be initially for one year period starting from 1st of December 2020 with possible extensions up to five years. The starting date is negotiable. The research projects are theoretical in nature, and successful applicants will have opportunities to work closely with experimentalists or computer scientists. Details of the center research activities can be found here . Applicants must hold a PhD in quantum information science, theoretical physics or some other suitable discipline. S/he should have research experience in the field, and a track record demonstrating research independence. Experience and expertise in more than one of the following fields are desirable:
- quantum error correction
- quantum computer architecture
- solid state physics theory
- quantum optics
- network theory
- quantum meteorology
To apply for the position please send your full CV including a list of publications and a summary of research interests (no more than two pages in A4) by email to Kae Nemoto. The final closing date for applications is 30 November 2020 but applications will be considered as they arrive.
Interested in joining our team as a PhD student or Intern? Please contact Kae Nemoto.