Entries by Mario Agio

PhD Positions at FBK-IFN, Trento, Italy

The new center created in Trento, Q@TN, involves the University of Trento, Bruno Kessler Foundation, and National Research Council. The aim of this consortium is to coordinate activities and actions on the field of Quantum Science and Technologies. Right now there are 12 available positions for the PhD Programmes in Trento. https://www.unitn.it/en/ateneo/70638/qtn-interdisciplinary-phd-call-34th-cycle  

PostDoc/PhD openings Ultrafast Nanooptics at University of Oldenburg

We are pleased to announce one Senior Researcher Position (3+3 years) and one PhD Position in Ultrafast Nano-Optics. The „Ultrafast Nano-Optics“ group (www.uol.de/uno) in the Institute of Physics, at the Faculty V – Mathematics and Natural Sciences – of the University of Oldenburg invites applications for the position of a Senior Research Fellow (3+3 years). […]

PhD and PostDoc openings at Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

There are several PhD and postdoc openings within the newly established Center for Macroscopic Quantum States (bigQ) at  DTU. The positions are within the subjects of: Quantum optics, Quantum information, Quantum opto-mechanics, and Quantum bio-magnetometry. Please visit www.bigQ.dk to inquire more information about the positions and the cente.

Postdoc opening at Technical University of Denmark, DTU

Two year postdoc opening in the field of quantum magnetometry at DTU. The main task of the candidate will be to further develop an experimental platform for two-dimensional mapping of neural activity. More information about the position and the application procedure may be obtained from:  http://www.fysik.dtu.dk/om-dtu-fysik/ledige_stillinger/job?id=0d1535b8-f18f-420b-af98-e690d3c55dd5

PhD position at the University of Stuttgart, Germany

The nano-quantum-optics group in Stuttgart deals with high brightness single photon sources and atomic vapors. We are looking for a highly motivated PhD or Master student in Single Molecule Quantum Optics. If you are interested, please find more detailed information here http://www.pi3.uni-stuttgart.de/