Job openings for post-doctoral researchers, PhD students and MSc students
I am currently looking for 2 post-docs, 2 PhD students and 1 MSc student to work with me in the newly established Quantum Resources Group at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland. The official calls will be announced very soon at the EURAXESS website, while the interested MSc students should contact me directly via email. The specific research directions that the group will pursue are described in the Research Agenda.
The broad aim of the group is to develop a theoretical framework underpinning quantum technologies, with a particular focus on quantum computing and quantum thermodynamics.
The main goals of the group are:
- Identifying resources responsible for quantum advantage over classical strategies in various information-theoretic and thermodynamic tasks.
- Characterising allowed resource transformations in different regimes.
- Finding optimal ways to experimentally implement protocols exhibiting quantum advantage, while taking into account realistic constraints.
- Development of a unified framework for classical simulations of quantum circuits.
- Devising feasible thermodynamic protocols exhibiting quantum advantage.
- Constructing operational scenarios within the resource theory of coherence.
Present: I am currently transitioning between working as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the International Centre for Theory of Quantum Technologies at the University of Gdańsk, and becoming a Junior Group Leader of Quantum Resources Group at the Jagiellonian University.
Past: I come from Kluczbork, a small town in south-western Poland. I got my Bachelor's degree in Physics and Master's degree in Nanoengineering from Wrocław University of Science and Technology, where I started my research with Professor Paweł Machnikowski. I then joined Centre for Doctoral Training on Controlled Quantum Dynamics at Imperial College London, where I pursued my PhD degree in Physics under the joint supervision of Professor Terry Rudolph and Dr David Jennings. Afterwards I did my first postdoc in Quantum Science Research Group at the University of Sydney, Australia.