A consortium, led by Dr. De Haro of the University of Amsterdam, received a 985,000 euro grant to study the social impact that quantum computers will have on cybersecurity and cryptography.
The research consortium, named Quantum Impact on Societal Security (QISS), consists of various leading partners, such as QuSoft, Rathenau Institute, De Nederlandsche Bank, ABN-AMRO, and various Dutch ministries, among others.
The project has opened various new vacancies:
More information about this project can be found on the project website:
Be sure to also check out the many other open positions in Quantum Technology in and around Amsterdam:
PhD Position on Side-Channel Attacks on Quantum Devices Used in Quantum Networks
PhD Positions in Experimental Quantum Physics
Postdoc in Experimental Quantum Physics
Postdoc, on the subject of Quantum Theoretical Computer Science
Research Assistant Quantum Materials at the van der Waals-Zeeman Institute
PhD Position in Computational Condensed Matter Physics
Female PhD student for the Constance van Eeden PhD fellowship