The Quantum Information group led by Prof. Dr. Dagmar Bruss at Institute for Theoretical Physics, Duesseldorf University, Germany, is looking for two doctoral candidates to join the EU‐funded Innovative Training Network QCALL (Quantum Communication for All). One PhD student will conduct a project on "Long-distance quantum key distribution over integrated satellite-repeater links", and the othe one a project about "Multipartite quantum communication systems". Secondments with other network partners and high quality doctoral-level training are provided within the network structures.
We offer a highly stimulating research environment for theoretical physicists with relevant training in the physics of quantum information. Duesseldorf University is located in the prosperous capital of the German Federal State North-Rhine-Westphalia and has easy access to major transport hubs, which makes it especially attractive for international collaboratively oriented research.
The eligible candidates must not have resided or carried out his/her main activity (work, studies, etc.) in Germany for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to the recruitment. We explicitly encourage female researchers to apply.
For further details on the projects (numbers 9 and 13 within the QCALL network), eligibility criteria and the application procedure, please visit www.qcall-itn.eu