PhD

15 PhD positions for Marie Curie ETN in Optomechanical Technologies

At: 
Austria - Belgium - Denmark - Finland - France - Germany - Italy - The Netherlands - Switzerland
Deadline: 
30 June, 2017

 

Unique PhD Experience

Within the framework of the EU H2020 Marie Curie European Training Network (ETN) “Optomechanical Technologies OMT” (www.omt-etn.net), there are 15 open positions for PhD students in the field of Cavity Optomechanics.  We strongly encourage female researchers to apply.

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Early stage researchers in "Collective effects and optomechanics in ultra-cold matter"

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European Training Network ColOpt - Collective effects and optomechanics in ultra-cold matter
Deadline: 
1 April, 2017

ColOpt

Collective effects and optomechanics in ultra-cold matter

 

is inviting applications of highly qualified and ambitious early state researchers for three year research or research & development projects. In total 15 positions are available at 12 partners. Candidates hosted at university nodes are expected to participate in the PhD programme of their host institution.

PhD/Doctoral Studentship - Post-post Quantum Cryptography

At: 
Royal Holloway, University of London
Deadline: 
12 March, 2017

A fully funded PhD/Doctoral Studentship is available at the Information Security Group of Royal Holloway (University of London) in the area of post-quantum cryptography.

Theoretical PhD project on quantum communication and quantum information

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Heriot Watt University
Deadline: 
31 July, 2017

A PhD studentship, supported by EPSRC funding through Heriot-Watt University, is available to work on quantum communications as part of The Quantum Communications Hub, based at Heriot-Watt’s campus in Edinburgh. 

Experimental PhD project in quantum digital signatures and quantum amplifiers

At: 
Heriot Watt University
Deadline: 
31 July, 2017

A PhD studentship, supported by EPSRC funding through Heriot-Watt University, is available to work on advanced quantum communications as part of the Quantum Communications Hub , while being based at Heriot-Watt’s campus in Edinburgh. 

PhD Positions in Quantum Communication

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Group of Applied Physics at the University of Geneva, Switzerland
Deadline: 
30 April, 2017

PhD Positions in Quantum Communication

The Group of Applied Physics at the University of Geneva in Switzerland is one of the premier research institutions in the field of Quantum Information Science and Technology. The Quantum Repeater and Memory group led by Dr. Mikael Afzelius and Prof. Nicolas Gisin is inviting motivated people to apply for several open experimental PhD positions.

PhD Position Spin-Orbit Photonics and Quantum Applications (theory)

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Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC), Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain
Deadline: 
19 February, 2017

We announce the opening of a PhD position in the Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC),  Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain. The project addresses theoretical questions at the joint frontier fields of Spin-Orbit Photonics and Quantum Optics, in particular concerning topological and quantum properties of light- and spin-transport in photonic nanostructures. We offer a three-year fully funded contract. Review of the applications will begin after February 19th, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled. The start date would be as early as possible.

PhD positions in molecular quantum nanophotonics

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Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Deadline: 
28 February, 2017

There are two PhD student positions open to work on Modification of Molecular Structure Under Strong Coupling to Confined Light Modes. This project at the interface of quantum optics, molecular science, and condensed matter physics is financially supported by an ERC Starting Grant running from 2017 to 2022. All applicants should be highly motivated and enjoy working and collaborating closely within an international team.

Phd positions in Cold atoms

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University of Birmingham, UK
Deadline: 
15 August, 2017

The unprecedented control over cold atoms has resulted in extremely precise sensors such as atomic clocks and atom interferometers. Our lab has two main goals, one fundamental science and another technological development. From the scientific point of view, it aims to work on enabling concepts to asking very fundamental questions at the cutting edge of science. Technologically it utilises state-of-the-art methods with the potential to reduce the form factor of atom-based quantum sensors by at least an order of magnitude which would enable a step change towards commercial applications.

A tensor network approach to the quantum many body problem,

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shared PhD between Strathclyde and ICFO
Deadline: 
28 February, 2017

The many body problem
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How is it possible that the same and simple constituent atoms, when joined together, produce such a beautiful and diverse world? One can see this as a consequence of collective emergence, an aspect of physics relevant to several disciplines, from statistical physics to condensed matter, to high energy physics.
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Tensor Networks
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