Submitted by Mstobinska on Mon, 22/02/2021 - 09:01.
We are looking for two highly motivated and talented Ph.D. students willing to join the international team undertaking National Science Center's "Sonata Bis" research project entitled Employing multiphoton quantum interference for selected quantum information processing tasks. The international project aims at research in the field of theoretical and experimental quantum optics as well as theoretical condensed matter. The research will be carried out in international collaboration. The team is hosted by the Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw. Promising candidates will be asked to send their documents to the recruitment organized jointly with the Doctoral School (to be announced later).
Submitted by Mstobinska on Sat, 09/11/2019 - 19:10.
We are looking for a highly motivated and talented postdoc willing to join the team undertaking the "First Team" research project entitled "Integrated optics in time-frequency domain: a new versatile platform for quantum technologies", funded by the Foundation for Polish Science. The project aims at research in the field of theoretical condensed matter as well as theoretical and experimental quantum optics.
Young Quantum-2017 (YouQu-2017)”, a collaborative meeting for young researchers on quantum information processing and its applications, will be organized at Harish-Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad, India during 27th February - 1st March, 2017. It will be for post-doctoral fellows and doctoral students. In this program, we wish to include discussions on recent developments in areas related to quantum information, quantum computation, and their interface with other sciences.
PhD Project to implement spin qubits based on silicon-germanium structures
Center for Quantum Devices is offering a PhD scholarship commencing December 1. or as soon as possible thereafter.
The last year has seen tremendous advances in fabricating spin qubit devices from group IV semiconductors. This PhD project will investigate spin qubits realized in natural and isotopically purified silicon-germanium heterostructures. The objective is to create ultra-coherent qubit devices that can be controlled, coupled, and read out in a scalable geometry.