PhD Scholarship in the Engineering of Quantum Sensors and Networks
Physical Sciences/Other Physical Sciences
Immediately available is a PhD scholarship in the research and development of quantum sensors and critical elements for quantum networks e. g. memories, switches and interfaces. Quantum sensors utilise quantum systems to achieve high precision measurement of forces, electric fields, magnetic fields etc. In particular the project will focus on the theory of quantum moving systems and spins in solids - e.g. optomechanical, electromechanical, system to perform high precision sensing, and with spins in solids, e. g. color centres in diamond.
The scholarships cover the national/international fees (International: 32,000$/yr), and provides an annual stipend of ~25,000$, with some support for relocation. The PhD provides approx 15,000$ for travel and research costs.
DEADLINE June 30 2016
To apply please email a CV. Label the Subject of your email as "PhD Application" to
Professor Jason Twamley