Fully-funded positions (all fees plus £14,553-per-year, tax free stipend) are available to undertake research in experimental quantum sensing and measurement. Four studentships are available via the Quantum Technology Hub for Sensors and Metrology, as part of which students will join a cohort of 20 students from across the UK. Candidates in this programme will spend part of their first year undertaking an MRes in Translational Quantum Technology at the University of Birmingham.
Positions are available on the following projects
• Compact, laser-cooled atomic clocks
• Atom-interferometry for inertial sensing of rotation
• Ultra-precise atomic magnetometry
• Novel lasers for quantum technologies