The Quantum Computing Lab in the Department of Computer Science at Virginia Commonwealth University is seeking a motivated PhD student in the area of quantum computation and information. Our lab currently focuses primarily on Quantum Hamiltonian Complexity, though areas such as quantum algorithms and quantum cryptography are also of interest. More information can be found at:
PhD projects to work within the Quantum Technology group at Queen's University Belfast in the broad area of
Quantum Information Processing and Quantum Technology are available for the 2015-2018 entry. A number of
fully funded (fees only) bursaries are available to UK-resident (EU-resident) students. Further funding might be available
The Technical University of Dortmund has an opening for a PhD student. The successful candidate will be working on the implementation of photonic quantum memories on the basis of rare-earth ion crystals. The goal of this project consists in storing photons in crystals of rare-earth ions, converting them into excitations of nuclear spins and protecting them against environmental perturbations. The project is integrated in the EU-ITN CIPRIS (http://www.cipris.eu/).