Within the research project Hybrid Quantum Chemistry on Hybrid Quantum Computers, funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation, we have an opening for a three-year postdoctoral position in the group of Professor Sonia Coriani at DTU Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark to work on the development of quantum chemical methods and algorithms for the prediction of molecular properties on hybrid classic-quantum architectures involving IBM’s NISQ quantum computers.
The project “Hybrid Quantum Chemistry on Hybrid Quantum Computers” is at the border of quantum computing and quantum chemistry. It is a joint effort of the research groups of professor Sonia Coriani (DTU), Professor Stephan A. Sauer (University of Copenhagen, UCPH), and professor Jacob Kongsted (University of Southern Denmark, SDU). The ideal candidate for the position is a good communicator in both written and spoken English, is independent, and enjoys collaborating with others from diverse backgrounds as well as supporting more junior group members. Following a startup period, eight early career researchers (postdoc and/or PhD’s) will work jointly on different parts of this common project.
Complete details and the application link can be found HERE.