cavity QED

- Overview:
The Theoretical Cavity-QED Group in the Institute for Theoretical Physics at the University of Innsbruck is looking for a motivated Postdoc (or visiting/intern/exchange PhD student) to work on an exciting and challenging project. The project lies in the interface of "synthetic gauge potentials in quantum gases" and "cavity (or waveguide) quantum electrodynamics". Therefore, the ideal candidate should be familiar with both subjects and have extensive experience in both theory and numerical calculations.

A staff or graduate student (Ph.D.) position is available at UCLA to design a chip scale spin photon memory interface with long coherence times (full descr. below). Degree (B.Sc. or M.Sc.) in physics or related field, and a strong background in experimental physics or engineering is required. Experience in magnetic resonance-style experiments is an asset but not required.

We are offering one appointment for a junior postdoctoral scholar in finite spin-boson systems at INAOE Monterrey. The scholar will join our group efforts to explore the quantum Rabi model and afine finite extensions like the cross-cavity quantum Rabi model.

The ideal candidate will have a recently obtained (<= 5 years) Ph.D. in physics or engineering with research experience on quantum optics or AMO physics. Practical knowledge of the quantum Rabi model is desired.

Level: Entry.

Duration: One year.

A post-doctoral position is available to develop and conduct experiments on quantum thermodynamics in a microwave cavity QED system with Rydberg atoms and high-quality superconducting cavities.

We are offering one appointment for a postdoctoral scholar pending funds approval. The scholar will join our group efforts to explore quantum optics, circuit QED, cavity QED, quantum optomechanics, integrated photonics, and optical physics systems and their applications to information technologies at INAOE Monterrey. Particular projects will be discussed with the candidates on an individual basis.

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