PhD

Phd Position in: Quantum approaches to the interaction of molecules and plasmonic excitations in nanophotonics

At: 
Donostia International Physics Center, San Sebastian, Spain
Deadline: 
19 May, 2017

Quantum approaches to the interaction of molecules and plasmonic excitations in nanophotonics

PhD position in Emission and Detection of Highly Nonclassical Light

At: 
Department of Optics, Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic
Deadline: 
30 April, 2017

Open PhD position 

Emission and detection of highly nonclassical light    

Department of Optics, Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic

Start: September 1, 2017

End:  August 31, 2021

PhD position in Highly Nonlinear Quantum Optomechanics

At: 
Department of Optics, Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic
Deadline: 
30 April, 2017

Open PhD position   

Highly nonlinear quantum optomechanics     

Department of Optics, Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic

Start: September 1, 2017

End:  August 31, 2021

PhD Scholarship - Quantum Algorithms

At: 
Macquarie University
Deadline: 
20 May, 2017

PhD Scholarship - Materials for Spintronic Device Applications

At: 
Macquarie University
Deadline: 
20 May, 2017

Immediately available is a PhD scholarship in the research and development of intrinsic ferromagnetic semiconductor materials for spintronic device applications. Analogous to electronics, spintronics uses the magnetic moment of the electron, rather than the charge, to process and store information.

PhD positions in theoretical quantum information science

At: 
Macquarie University
Deadline: 
20 May, 2017
PhD scholarships are available for excellent candidates in theoretical quantum information science to work on many body quantum information, quantum simulations, and quantum optics.

PhD Scholarship - Hybrid Quantum Systems

At: 
Macquarie University
Deadline: 
20 May, 2017

PhD Scholarship - research and development of diamond lasers

At: 
Macquarie University
Deadline: 
20 May, 2017

Immediately available is a PhD scholarship in the research and development of diamond lasers. We are using artificial diamonds to convert and tailor the light output from conventional laser sources, with a particular focus on creating versatile narrow-band and single-longitudinal-mode lasers for applications such as chemical detection and quantum control. We are funded in part by M Squared Lasers, a UK laser company, so that our research outcomes can be quickly translated to real-world applications. There will be opportunity to travel and collaborate with this partner.

PhD Scholarship - Laser Techniques for Conservation in Art and Cultural Heritage

At: 
Macquarie University
Deadline: 
20 May, 2017

New and modified laser processing techniques continue to be researched for a myriad of applications in industrial, art and cultural heritage conservation, and environmental contexts. This project will research laser processing solutions for several identified problems in Australian Indigenous and Pacific cultural heritage conservation and textile cleaning. Pigment de-adhesion is a particularly serious issue for traditional Aboriginal bark paintings. The project will involve collaboration with conservation scientist and conservators in Museums and Art Galleries.

PhD Scholarship - Nonlinear Dynamics of Lasers

At: 
Macquarie University
Deadline: 
20 May, 2017

We are seeking PhD candidates in the research of nonlinear laser systems with complex dynamics. Such systems are of emerging technological relevance in, for example, random number generation, ranging systems including for autonomous vehicles, biophotonics, and secure communications.  We use big data and complexity measure approaches to build understanding of experimental, complex laser systems over large, multi-dimensional parameter spaces. This allows complete knowledge of the diversity of outputs that can be achieved from a single such system, including extreme events.

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