A staff or graduate student (Ph.D.) position is available at UCLA to design a chip scale spin photon memory interface with long coherence times (full descr. below). Degree (B.Sc. or M.Sc.) in physics or related field, and a strong background in experimental physics or engineering is required. Experience in magnetic resonance-style experiments is an asset but not required.
We are seeking for two PhD students (monthly stipend 850 EUR + 850 EUR for other development costs) and one master student (monthly stipend 450 EUR) in the filed of quantum computation. The positions will be implemented within the group of dr Michał Oszmaniec in Center for Theoretical Physics PAS in Warsaw. The group is founded form the project "Quantum computers of the near future: challenges, optimal of implementations and applications" awarded by Foundation for Polish Science.
We at Atomionics are actively expanding our team as we develop the next generation of quantum sensing systems. Atomionics is building portable atom interferometry based sensing solutions using laser cooled atoms for navigation and resource exploration.
There are currently openings for FOUR 3-6 month long internship/apprenticeship positions under the Singapore Government Summation program.
Job descriptions and application instructions - bit.ly/Atomionics-intern