PhD position in Single Molecule Quantum Optics

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University of Stuttgart / MPI Stuttgart
Deadline: 
31 December, 2017

Location

University of Stuttgart / MPI Stuttgart
Pfaffenwaldring 57
Stuttgart 70569
Germany
48° 44' 41.8092" N, 9° 6' 15.6852" E

PhD position in

Single Molecule Quantum Optics

 

Your tasks:

  • build & enhance the worlds' spectral brightest single molecule single photon source
  • integrate a cryogenic confocal microscope & hot atomic vapors
  • perform quantum optical measurements with single photons & quantum gates
  • generate photonic entanglement

Our offer:

  • perform work at the heart of quantum photonics
  • a highly sophisticated lab, with no shortage of interesting projects
  • a vibrant, international workplace
  • fun lab environment, all around the clock
  • open-minded & open-source ideas
  • flat organizational structure

Your skills:

  • finished studies of physics or a related field
  • extraordinary motivation & the will to dive into a variety of interdisciplinary topics
  • eager to learn new things and apply critical thought to electronics & programming & quite some quantum stuff
  • (ideally) experience in spectroscopy & microscopy on single emitters & programming

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PhD opening in Single Molecule Quantum Optics

Are you interested?

...then we are very happy to receiving your application. Please write a few lines about yourself and attach something (such as a CV) that might indicate that you are the right candidate.

i [dot] gerhardt [at] fkf [dot] mpg [dot] de (subject: Application%20for%20PhD%20in%20Single%20Molecule%20Quantum%20Optics)

 

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