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Posted in September 2015

PhD position in condensed matter theory

I would like to announce a PhD opening with me at the department of Quantum NanoScience at Delft University of Technology. According to Dutch standards, this is a 4-year employment with gross salary up to 2,718 euro.

The project concerns superconducting junctions, topological effects and superconducting qubits. In its short form, it can be found here.

The preferable starting date is 1-1-2016 and can be negotiated. The applications will be considered till 10-11-2015. The applicants are encouraged to send me their CV, motivation letters, and the list of referees. It is also useful to make a test and enclose the results.

Please do not hesitate to ask any questions!

Look forward to a good collaborator!

Keldysh formalism for multiple parallel worlds

this paper with M. Ansari has appeared on arxiv today: see it here. This is our contribution to the forthcoming Special JETP issue dedicated to 85th anniversary of Prof. L. V. Keldysh.

We present here a compact and self-contained review of recently developed Keldysh formalism for multiple parallel worlds. The formalism has been applied to consistent quantum evaluation of the flows of informational quantities, in particular, to evaluation of Renyi and Shannon entropy flows. We start with the formulation of standard and extended Keldysh technique in single world in a form convenient for our presentation. We explain the use of Keldysh contours encompassing multiple parallel worlds In the end, we shortly summarize the concrete results obtained with the method.

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