Entries by Mario Agio

Available PhD positions at Heriot-Watt University, in Edinburgh in the field of quantum nanophotonics

Prospective students should have a first-class degree in a relevant discipline (Physics, Electrical Engineering, Materials Science) and a strong interest in experimental research. Due to funding restrictions, the studentship is available to EU applicants only. Application deadline: 31th January 2017 Please send inquiries to Dr Cristian Bonato *protected email*

Funded PhDs and postdoc in mechanical metamaterials

The quantum group at the University of Malta is seeking one or more PhD students and a post-doctoral researcher to work on the Horizon 2020 project HOT: Hybrid Optomechanical Technologies. Prospective PhD students should have a good background in quantum mechanics. Prospective post-doctoral researchers should have a PhD in a related field. Applicants and are […]

Open Tenure-track position in Experimental Optics and Photonics at Tampere University of Technology, Finland

Possible subfields are biophotonics and/or applications in life sciences, new imaging techniques, new photonic materials, quantum optics and/or quantum technologies, spectroscopy and optical measurement techniques The application deadline is November 14th, 2016. More information at www.tut.fi/openpositions Prof. Martti Kauranen (*protected email* Tel. +358-40-7733065)

New Call for STSM

We would like to encourage you to send your applications by December 5th. Please note that the STSM should start after January 1st and end before April 15th, 2017. Please find more information on how to sign up for Short Term Scientific Missions in the Guidelines.

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

At the Department of Physics, section for quantum physics and information technology (QPIT – Ulrik L. Andersen) we currently have two open positions (one PhD and one PostDoc) to work on a project towards a quantum-optical network with solid state spins and photons. The application deadline for both positions is September 4.  More detailed information […]

Group of Applied Physics at the University of Geneva has open positions

for PhDs and Postdocs on the development of superconducting  nanowire single-photon detectors for quantum communication. We are seeking motivated, resourceful and creative candidates to join our efforts to develop novel and high-performance detectors based on superconducting nanowires. For details: http://www.unige.ch/gap/qtech/jobs:start#dokuwiki__top Please contact Félix Bussières (felix.bussieres@unige.ch) or Hugo Zbinden (Hugo.Zbinden@unige.ch)

Open PhD position: Single spins in silicon carbide for quantum technology at Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh

The  Institute  of  Photonics  and  Quantum  Sciences  at  Heriot  Watt, would like to recruit motivated students to join a newly-established  team  at  Heriot-Watt  University.  Prospective  students should  have  a  first-class  degree  in  a  relevant  discipline  (Physics, Electrical  Engineering,  Materials  Science)  and  a  strong  interest  in experimental research. The studentship comes with a standard ESPRC stipend  […]

Roadmap for Quantum Information on a Chip released

A roadmap for Quantum Information on a Chip has been released based on the Workshop held in Padova on October 12-14, 2015. The event involved US and European scientist supported by the US National Science Foundation (NSF) and it was co-organised by Prof Paolo Villoresi (University of Padova and MC Member for Italy).

Call for applications for the Sofja Kovalevskaja Award – Deadline 31 July

With the Sofja Kovalevskaja Award, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation is offering promising young researchers from all over the world attractive career prospects in Germany. Junior research talents of all disciplines from abroad are given the opportunity to establish working groups of their own at German research institutions. Outstandingly qualified junior academics of all disciplines […]