The project includes the design, fabrication and experimental characterisation of solid-state single-photon emitters integrated with photonic circuits to create a scalable high-performance platform for quantum optical signal processing.
The University of Technology Sydney has an exceptional team of optical physicists with expertise in optical nanofabrication and experimental characterisation. The project will be supervised by Dr Solntsev in collaboration with Prof Aharonovich / Prof Toth and support external partners at the frontier of integrated photonic circuit fabrication.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
> Master’s degree or bachelor’s degree with honours in physics, engineering or photonics (completed by mid-late 2019)
> Solid fundamental knowledge of optics or quantum mechanics
> English Language Certificate (IELTS 6.5 or TOEFL 79 or PTE 58 or CAE 176) or alternatively 2 years of confirmed education in English
> Ability to work independently as a researcher and effectively in a team
> Practical experience with experiments in free-space optics or integrated photonics, including laser beam alignment, fibre coupling, imaging, spectroscopy, and interferometry
> Nano-fabrication experience or knowledge of nano-fabrication methods
The scholarship is valued at $27,082 (currently tax‐free, and indexed annually) for 3 years, with a possible 6-month extension. UTS tuition fees will also be covered. Please send your application by email including a cover letter, a CV, academic transcripts and a list of publications to Alexander.Solntsev@uts.edu.au by the 27th of May 2019. The start date is flexible, but limited to no later than February 2020.