PhD in: Matter-wave interferometry with Mesoscopic Particles

University of Southampton
31 March, 2013


We are seeking keen experimentalists to work on highly challenging and excitingly novel experiments on mesoscopic quantum physics and to join us - Quantum Nanophysics Group at Southampton - as PhD students.

The VCQ invites applications for the Vienna Quantum Fellowships

Vienna, Austria
28 April, 2013


The Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology (VCQ) invites applications for the

Vienna Quantum Fellowships


PhD position in trapped ion quantum technology and nanoscience

University of Sussex, Brighton, UK
30 January, 2013


A three-year PhD position is available in the Ion Quantum Technology Group in the Department of Physics & Astronomy at the University of Sussex. The position is funded in conjunction with an EPSRC funded £1.4M Leadership fellowship for the development of quantum technology with nanofabricated ion trap chips.

Application deadline: January 30, please apply preferentially by 20 December 2012 (applications after this deadline until January 30 will be consider if position is not filled)

PhD Fellowship - Ultracold Atoms and Quantum Metrology

ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Sciences
20 January, 2013

ICFO – Institute of Photonic Sciences and LENS – European Laboratory for Nonlinear Spectroscopy, are seeking applicants for a prestigious PhD position funded by the Erasmus Mundus programme.

CryptoWorks21 training program

University of Waterloo, Canada
18 January, 2013

Dear Colleague,

We are launching a supplementary training program for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows working in various aspects of cryptography and quantum computing, and would appreciate your help in identifying strong candidates who may be interested in applying.

Various PhD positions

QTeQ at Queen's University Belfast, UK
8 February, 2013

PhD opportunity at the Quantum Technology group at Queen's

A number of fully funded 3-year PhD studentships (DEL and EPSRC) are
available at the Centre for Theoretical Atomic, Molecular and Optical
Physics (CTAMOP), Queen's University Belfast.

QTeQ has made available at least 3 projects to work on topics of quantum
information processing under the supervision of Dr. G. De Chiara, Dr. A.
Ferraro, and Dr. M. Paternostro.

6 PhD (ESR) positions at Imperial College London

Imperial College London
12 February, 2013

Salary Range: £35,350 - £42,857 per annum (The salary range is approximate only and may vary significantly depending on the exchange rate.)

Fixed Term: 36 months, starting 1st October 2013

Imperial College London is recruiting 6 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) to work in the Marie Curie Innovative Doctoral Programme (IDP) “Frontiers in Quantum Technology (FQT)”. The IDP will provide multidisciplinary training culminating in PhDs awarded by Imperial College London.

PhD position, Vienna University of Technology

Vienna, Austria
31 January, 2013

Applications are invited for a PhD position on the topic "Strong coupling effects in optomechanical systems" at the Vienna University of Technology in the Quantum Optics Theory group of Peter Rabl ( The candidate will perform research on nonlinear quantum effects in strongly coupled optomechanical systems and investigate potential applications for quantum information processing.

Doctoral Degree Opportunities: Quantum Dynamics

Max Planck Research School for Quantum Dynamics, Heidelberg, Germany
1 December, 2012

The International Max Planck Research School for Quantum Dynamics in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (IMPRS-QD) is a graduate school offering a doctoral degree program in these disciplines.

The IMPRS-QD is a joint initiative of the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics (MPIK), the Heidelberg University, the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research (all in Heidelberg) and the Heavy Ion Research Center (GSI) in Darmstadt.

Postdoc and graduate student positions, University of Calgary

Calgary, Canada
30 November, 2012

Postdoc and graduate student positions, Wolfgang Tittel and Christoph Simon, University of Calgary

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