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The Quantum Photonics (QP) research group at the Institute for Materials
Research (IMO) provides an opportunity to conduct advanced research in
experimental quantum physics in the field of color centers in diamond. The
goal of the doctoral research is to carry out an in-depth characterization of
color centers in diamond (NV,SiV and GeV centres)to be used as hybride spin
qubits for quantum applications.
You will develop a novel qubit driving based on spin-charge interactions with
the goal of constructing small quantum processors with single qubits. The PhD
is carried in collaboration with University of Antwerp and European academic
You have obtained a Master in in physics or engineering sciences in the
direction of quantum optics or quantum or solid state physics (or
You clearly have a demonstrated interest in quantum physics and quantum
You are fundamentally science oriented.
You are cooperative and can work well in teams.
You are able to report clearly and regularly.
You will be appointed and paid as PhD student.
You will be appointed for 2 x 2 years after positive evaluation.
You can only apply online up to and including 01 September 2021.
The selection procedure consists of a preselection based on application file
and an interview.
Prof. dr. Milos NESLADEK, +32-11-268833, email@example.com
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The Department of Physics is located in the AlbaNova University Center and has
Project description Subject: Physics
The interdisciplinary field of quantum information processing and
communication connects quantum mechanics/optics/electronics with classical
Quantum information has also...
The Department of Physics is currently seeking to recruit candidates to the
POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER, PHYSICS
The Hybrid Quantum Technologies group at University of Jyväskylä
(Finland) seeks a talented postdoctoral researcher in the field of
Location: France › Paris
Whether you come from the world of Quantum Physics,
Applied Mathematics or Theory come join us to change the world through Quantum
Ph.D. in Applied and/or Theoretical Quantum Physics