Our group has members in the Schools of Mathematics and Physics. We are interested in all theoretical aspects of quantum information science, including the following areas:

- Fundamental aspects of quantum mechanics
- Mathematical underpinnings of quantum information theory
- Quantum algorithms
- Quantum computation
- Quantum nonlocality
- Applications of quantum information theory to other disciplines (e.g. thermodynamics)

We are part of the Bristol Quantum Information Institute and regularly collaborate on experimental work with our colleagues in the Quantum Engineering Technology Labs.

We have a blog which hosts occasional posts by group members.

### Career opportunities

- A faculty-level Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor position in Quantum Computing Theory. Closing date 25 June 2021.
- Postdoctoral Research Associate/Senior Research Associate (rolling advert); search for “Quantum Computing Theory”
- Quantum Technology Enterprise Centre

### PhD applications

We are always happy to hear from excellent students with backgrounds in mathematics, physics or computer science who are interested in pursuing a PhD with us. Applications are handled through the following routes:

You are also welcome to contact one of the group members with an informal enquiry.

Bristol mathematician awarded €1.8 million to research quantum algorithms

5 December 2018

Partnership with Google to grow quantum software industry in the UK

25 September 2018

Bristol academics collaborate on Quantum Software Manifesto

12 December 2017

Revisiting quantum teleportation

17 October 2017

Bristol scientists pinpoint the singularity for quantum computers

3 October 2017