PhD

We are currently recruiting PhD students in three different areas of experimental quantum physics. All three positions are fully funded, with a yearly salary of about €33000, with access to Sweden’s strong social security net.

The areas are 1) cavity QED microscope for single molecules, 2) Quantum computing in rare-earth crystals, 3) slow and fast light applications, described in more detail below.

1) Quantum optics in the context of chemical physics

Application deadline: 
Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Requirements:
-M.Sc. degree in physics
-knowledge of quantum mechanics certified by an appropriate exam mark.
-knowledge of English sufficient to read and create scientificc article.
-Interest in quantum information.

Description of tasks:

Application deadline: 
Friday, January 18, 2019

Palacky University in Olomouc, Czech Republic, announces one post-doc and one Ph.D.-student positions in theory of quantum information processing with photonic continuous variables, funded within EU Quantum Flagship and a national research project. The research will be applied to quantum communications and experimental-theoretical collaboration with the leading experimental groups in the field is foreseen. The positions are in the Quantum Communications sub-group, led by Dr. Vladyslav Usenko, within the Quantum Optics Theory group of prof. Radim Filip.

Application deadline: 
Friday, May 31, 2019

The Institute for Theoretical Physics at the University of Ulm, with Professors Martin B Plenio and Susana F Huelga, invites applications for PhD and postdoctoral positions in theoretical quantum physics

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Application deadline: 
Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Looking for excellent PhD students to join and build a group at @VectorInst on topics at the intersection between machine learning and quantum many-body physics and quantum technology. If you are interested get in touch with me and/or apply to @UWaterloo Physics and Astronomy. A good knowledge of quantum mechanics, statistical physics, and machine learning would be great, but ultimately the important thing is that you are genuinely excited about quantum many-body physics