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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.


Thursday, February 6, 2020

Dear all,

Careers in Quantum (CiQ) is a two-day event bridging the gap between skilled students in STEM disciplines and the booming quantum technology industry. With a combination of talks and panel discussion from industrial and academic experts and active networking you will find out what an engaging scientific career, both inside and outside academia, might look like for you. Casual networking sessions will give you an opportunity to connect to the industry leaders there and investigate career opportunities further.

Context: The PhD project is part of the ITN “QUDOT-TECH” (www.qudot-tech.eu), that aims to construct a platform for fully integrated on-chip quantum information (QI) processing including Quantum Dots (QD)-based single-photon sources, waveguides, nonlinearities and detectors implemented on a planar chip.

Applications are invited for a post-doctoral position (1-year duration) in the theoretical Quantum Optics and Quantum Thermodynamics research group of B. Prasanna Venkatesh at the Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar (India). Please see the following webpage for the official advertisement and more details:


The Center for Theoretical Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is seeking applications for a junior faculty appointment in all areas of its activities. We encourage applicants working in quantum computing and quantum information, including high-energy, nuclear, condensed-matter, and atomic-molecular-and-optical physicists whose interests have a strong overlap with quantum information. We also welcome candidates who would strengthen connections between physics and computer science.


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