PhD

PhD position in ultra-cold atoms at Hamburg, Germany

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Hamburg, Germany
Deadline: 
31 January, 2011

A PhD position is open in the atom optics group in Hamburg, Germany for studying the interaction of a Bose-Einstein condensate in an optical high finesse (> 500.000) cavity operating in the regime of resolved recoil sidebands.

See details on our group homepage:

http://photon.physnet.uni-hamburg.de/de/ilp/footer/news-detail/open-phd-...

Quantum memories for quantum computing applications

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Heriot-Watt University
Deadline: 
7 January, 2011

We are investigating a range of systems in order to produce a robust quantum memory. For example, we recently showed how to store a quantum state in a nuclear spin for over three seconds [1], in a solid state system. We are now looking at ways of extending this coherence time, and at making the memory more versatile [2].

In this project, we aim to design improved quantum memories in both single spins and spin ensembles. There will be opportunities for collaboration with experimentalists both locally, and at the University of Oxford and Princeton.

Quantum dynamics and energy transfer in optically driven nanosystems

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Heriot-Watt University
Deadline: 
31 December, 2010

This theoretical project is about the quantum properties of nanomaterials, which have atom-like discrete quantum energy levels. Examples of such systems include semiconductor quantum dots and molecular materials. We will be interested in how an optical driven field can create quantum coherence in these solid-state systems and how long this coherence can be maintained. We will go on to look at how energy can transfer between connected nano-materials and whether this influences the efficiency of the process.

Measurement-based Quantum Computing

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Heriot-Watt University
Deadline: 
31 December, 2010

One can regard quantum entanglement as the fundamental resource needed in order to execute quantum algorithms. Certain kinds of entangled states exist which are universal resources, in the sense that any quantum algorithm can be performed simply by performing a prescribed series of quantum measurements. Moreover, even the entangled state itself can by created by making measurements [1].

PhD position Ultracold Atoms in High Finesse Resonator

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Institut für Laser-Physik
Deadline: 
1 March, 2011

We have an opening for a PhD position in our High Finesse Cavity project, where we study the interaction of a BEC with a single mode of an optical resonator with half a million finesse and few kHz linewidth. We are looking for someone with a master or diploma degree in AMO-physics, interested in front line fundamental research.

PhD Position in the area: Theory of Nanostructure for Quantum Information Application

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University of Seville, Spain
Deadline: 
15 December, 2010

The selected candidate shall benefit from international collaborations with theoretical and experimental groups.
Conditions: the candidates must have a Master or equivalent Diploma degree by the application deadline (15 Dec. 2010).

For further details  see:  http://investigacion.us.es/convocatorias/ver/438 (in spanish)

PhD Scholarships in ultra-cold atomic gases and quantum information (Experimental Physics)

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NTU Singapore
Deadline: 
30 November, 2010

PhD Scholarships in ultra-cold atomic gases and quantum information(Experimental Physics).

PhD in Experimental Device-Independent QKD

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University of Geneva
Deadline: 
31 December, 2010

We are currently offering a PhD position for motivated people interested in studying experimental quantum optics and quantum communication. The position is in the Group of Applied Physics, led by Profs Nicolas Gisin and Hugo Zbinden, at the University of Geneva. The successful candidate can start immediately.

Theory - PhD positions

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Universitaet Hamburg, Zentrum fuer Optische Quantentechnologien
Deadline: 
15 October, 2010

The newly founded theory group of the center for optical quantum technologies at the university of Hamburg announces phd positions in theoretical physics. The core research areas of the group include strongly interacting ultracold bosonic/fermionic systems, mesoscopic physics of ultracold Rydberg atoms, ultracold molecules, atomic/molecular systems in external fields and transport in time-driven systems. We offer a stimulating and exciting atmosphere in an international environment with a rich guest program, excellent education and collaborations on forefront research topics.

PhD position

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University of Stuttgart
Deadline: 
31 October, 2010

We want to strengthen our team. Therefore, we offer an open

PhD position

at the 3rd Physical Institute of the University of Stuttgart (Chair: Prof. Wrachtrup), which is available immediately.

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