We are offering two fully funded three year appointments for a doctoral position pending acceptance into the Nanotechnology Doctorate at Tecnológico de Monterrey. The candidate will join our group efforts to explore quantum optics, integrated photonics and optical physics systems and their applications to information technologies.
Duration: 36 months.
Tuition Funding: Tec de Monterrey
Living Expenses Funding: CONACYT doctoral grant (~13,000 mxn per month, competitive in Mexico).
We are an open research community striving for understanding. We are housed at both the Tecnológico de Monterrey and Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica, Óptica y Electrónica in México. Our work explores the creation and innovative use of algebraic and numeric methods to study optical systems and develop applications in the classical and quantum regimes.
At the Hector Fellow Academy you get the opportunity to realize a self-developed research project under supervision of Hector Fellow Prof. Immanuel Bloch. The Hector Fellows are a community of outstanding professors from different research institutions across Germany. They have been honored by the Hector Foundation for their merit in research and teaching within natural sciences, informatics, mathematics, medicine / psychology and engineering. At the Academy they pass on their expertise to prospective young scientists.
Newly established Quantum Technologies Laboratory at the Centre of New Technologies, University of Warsaw, Poland led by Professor Konrad Banaszek seeks to fill five junior research positions (Postdoc, PhD scholarships, student scholarchips) supported by the project Quantum Optical Communication Systems starting on 1 December 2016.