PhD

3 years PhD position at the University of Vienna

At: 
Vienna, Austria
Deadline: 
31 January, 2012

One PhD position (3 years) will be available 2012 in the Quantum-Particle Group of Beatrix C. Hiesmayr at the University of Vienna (http://www.quantumparticlegroup.at).

Vienna Quantum Fellowships

At: 
University of Vienna, Austria
Deadline: 
31 December, 2011

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

Vienna Quantum Fellowships

 

These newly established Fellowships in Experimental or Theoretical Quantum Science will be awarded both on the PhD- and the postdoc-level on the basis of an international competition. The appointments are for a three-year duration. Postdoctoral Fellowships carry a competitive annual salary, and offer an annual research expense fund. PhD Fellowships will participate in the Vienna graduate program CoQuS.

Doctoral Fellowships in the "Vienna Doctoral Program on Complex Quantum Systems"

At: 
University of Vienna and Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Deadline: 
12 December, 2011

Doctoral Fellowships in the "Vienna Doctoral Program on Complex Quantum Systems"

The "Vienna Doctoral Program on Complex Quantum Systems (CoQuS)" is a graduate program funded by the FWF, and jointly hosted and supported by the University of Vienna and the Vienna University of Technology, Austria.

The CoQuS Program announces new openings for highly qualified doctoral/graduate students in experimental and theoretical quantum physics, with a strong emphasis on

PhD positions in Cold Atoms and Quantum Optics

At: 
ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Sciences
Deadline: 
30 November, 2011

ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Science is a centre based in Barcelona, devoted to the research and education of the optical and photonic sciences, at the highest international level.
 

PhD fellowship in Quantum Cryptography

At: 
University of York (United Kingdom)
Deadline: 
31 August, 2011

Expected starting date: 1 October 2011.

Supervisors: Prof. Samuel L. Braunstein and Dr. Stefano Pirandola

Topic of the project: Security analysis of quantum key distribution protocols. More details are available at:

http://www.cs.york.ac.uk/postgraduate/research-degrees/research-studentships/epsrc/

or at:

http://www-users.cs.york.ac.uk/~pirs/CVQKD_PhD/PhD_Vacancy.htm

Fibre optic multi-photon sources for quantum information

At: 
University of Bristol, UK
Deadline: 
3 March, 2012

In Bristol we focus on optical realisations of quantum information primitives (CNOT gates, cluster states, quantum relays) using pairs and multipairs of photons generated using fibre optic pair photon sources. These exploit nonlinearities and novel phasematching in micro-structured optical fibres. These sources have demonstrated the highest efficiency for the production and detection of pair photons in well defined spatial modes and temporal modes.

Open position for PhDs and PostDocs at the University of Vienna

At: 
University of Vienna
Deadline: 
30 September, 2011

PhD-Positions and PostDoc-Positions available for:
Photonic Quantum Computation and Quantum Simulation

Open position for an Early Stage Researcher

At: 
CEA Saclay
Deadline: 
30 September, 2011

 

Open position for an Early Stage Researcher
CCQED project - Circuit and Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics

PhD project: Circuit Quantum Electrodynamics with spins and superconducting qubits

PhD studentship on nanoscale quantum optics

At: 
Eindhoven University of Technology
Deadline: 
31 August, 2011

In the framework of a new large research initiative on “Nanoscale Quantum Optics”, the Dutch FOM (Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter) has an open PhD position.

Masters/ MSc course in Quantum Information and Coherence, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

At: 
Glasgow, UK
Deadline: 
13 July, 2014

*Masters/ MSc course in Quantum Information and Coherence, Department of
Physics, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow*

This taught MSc course offers a comprehensive overview of the emerging
applications of quantum physics to information processing and quantum
coherent devices. The course syllabus includes important topics such as:

* Quantum Information Science. This teaches how quantum phenomena may be
used to process information in novel ways that outperform existing
information processing technologies.

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