Integrated quantum photonics based on single photon emitters in 2D materials
We propose a PhD position funded by the French national science foundation (ANR), with a possibility of doing a Master thesis of 4 to 6 months beforehand. The position leads to a doctoral degree of University Paris-Saclay (which is ranked world number 13 in Shanghai ranking).
- Fundamental investigation of quantum properties of new colour centres (artificial atoms) in 2D materials using experimental quantum optics techniques
- Design (using simulation tools) and realisation of integrated quantum devices combining quantum emitters and photonic nanostructures.
The long-term goal is to build a fully integrated quantum photonics chip based on position-controlled identical single photon emitters.
The complete job description can be found here: https://www.gemac.uvsq.fr/integrated-quantum-photonics-based-on-single-p...
The project will take place in Paris region, in France. The GEMaC laboratory is a part of University of Versailles / University Paris-Saclay, which is ranked world number 13 in Shanghai ranking. The Quantum Nanophotonics team has been recently hosting a new activity focusing on colour centres in wide gap materials for quantum information science. The laboratory is fully equipped for the project. The group is part of a wide and lively environment for quantum science in Paris-Saclay and Paris region. The project also involves partners in other renowned labs. More details about our research activities on gemac.uvsq.fr
• master degree about to be completed in a recognised university, in optics, condensed matter and/or quantum science, and interest for optical quantum technologies
• previous experience in experimental quantum optics, photonics, 2D materials or spectroscopy is appreciated, as well as some experience in programming
• proficiency in English (or French)
• excellent problem-solving, teamwork, communication skills, independence, persistence
Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information.
To apply, please include a short cover letter, a CV including transcripts and electronic contact details of at least one reference.
Indicative deadline is January 31, but later applications will be considered until the position is filled. On the opposite, as soon as an excellent match is made, the position will be filled.
- the master thesis can take four months or more, before the end of July 2022 (depending on the candidate availabilities)
- the PhD will start 1st October 2022 and will last 3 years (the starting date can be advanced depending on the candidate availabilities).
In your application, please indicate if you are interested in a master thesis + PhD thesis or only in PhD thesis (application only for the master thesis is not possible).