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Position: PhD position in the field of Quantum Machine Learning
Institution: Universität Basel
Location: Basel, Switzerland
Duties: Conduct research in the field of applied mathematics and computer science Write research papers, articles, and present results at leading international conferences. We publish in peer-reviewed machine learning conferences (ICML, NeurIPS, etc. ), in quantum conference avenues (QIP, TQC, IEEE QCE, etc.), and in quantum journals (Nature, PRL/PRX, Quantum, etc.). Interact with national and international teams of mathematicians and computer scientists
Requirements: Applicants should hold a Master's degree in mathematics, theoretical physics, or computer science (or comparable). You should have several of the following skills: Quantum information theory (theoretical aspects, algorithms, etc); Machine learning; Optimization; Software engineering (coding in python, Qiskit, etc)
   
Text: PhD position in the field of Quantum Machine Learning Conduct research in the field of applied mathematics and computer science Write research papers, articles, and present results at leading international conferences. We publish in peer-reviewed machine learning conferences (ICML, NeurIPS, etc. ), in quantum conference avenues (QIP, TQC, IEEE QCE, etc.), and in quantum journals (Nature, PRL/PRX, Quantum, etc.). Interact with national and international teams of mathematicians and computer scientists Applicants should hold a Master's degree in mathematics, theoretical physics, or computer science (or comparable). You should have several of the following skills: Quantum information theory (theoretical aspects, algorithms, etc); Machine learning; Optimization; Software engineering (coding in python, Qiskit, etc)
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