The Quantum Information Group at the Institute of Theoretical Physics invites applications for positions for two Research Assistants (m/f/d) (Salary Scale 13 TV-L, 75% - 100%) to be appointed as soon as possible. The positions are initially limited to one year with the possibility of extension. These positions are part of different research projects and therefore open for post-doctoral researchers and/or PhD students.
Join one of the most vibrant places for quantum science in Europe!
The Vienna Doctoral Program on Complex Quantum Systems (CoQuS) has been a training center for more than a hundred students the past 10 years. Our 15 different research groups are working on the forefront of the developments in modern quantum science and technology at six different locations in and around Vienna. The research disciplines are spread widely from pure fundamental to applied quantum science.
Are you a talented and ambitious researcher? Are you excited about quantum science and technology? Do you enjoy finding working solutions to great challenges? You are then welcome to apply for an open PhD position on "Multi-Qubit Quantum Photonic Devices" in our group at DTU Fotonik.
We seek a Postdoctoral Associate in Physics to lead a new startup project in the NYU’s Center for Quantum Phenomenon. The individual will lead the technology development and commercialization for a new quantum memory device originally developed in a Navy Research Lab. The goal of the project is to design a commercial version of the memory device that can store the states in a quantum computing circuit during the computation process.
Single atoms coupled to high-finesse optical cavities allow us to study light-matter interactions in the quantum regime. Full control over atoms and photons makes them ideal prototypes for quantum information science. Your thesis work will involve many aspects of quantum optics and quantum information processing: quantum networks, quantum memories, remote entanglement, quantum state transfer, quantized light fields, optical resonators, laser cooling and trapping of atoms.