Ph.D. and postdoc position available at Aalto University, Finland

A Ph.D. and a postdoc position available in experimental quantum plasmonics and nanophotonics in the group of Prof. Päivi Törmä, Aalto University, Finland. For more information please see:
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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 ( 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).

The „Ultrafast Nano-Optics“ group ( at the Faculty V – Mathematics and Natural Sciences – of the University of Oldenburg invites applications for one Ph.D. position (E13 TV-L, 50%) Ultrafast electron microscopy
The position is offered for an initial period of 3 years and shall be filled as soon as possible.


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 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:

Postdoc position in quantum computation and quantum material direction at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Open postdoc positions at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore in Project 1: Spin-photon interface in diamond and SiC and Project 2: light matter interaction in quantum material. More details on the research group and requirements at

Postdoc and PhD positions in Quantum Nonlinear Optics in Nanomaterials at the Aalto University, Finland

More details on the postdoc positions in Quantum Nonlinear Optics in Nanomaterials at the Aalto University, Finland can be found via the link of

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



PhD and Postdoc positions available at the Max Planck for the Science of Light

Starting January 2018, 1 PhD and 1 Postdoc position are available in the new group “Theory of hybrid systems for quantum technologies” at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light in Erlangen, Germany. The topic of the open positions is the theory of optomagnonic systems, where light couples to magnetic excitations. More information on the positions can be found under the following links:

Open positions: Research Associate or Senior Research Associate in Quantum Communications at Bristol University, UK

Applications are invited for research engineer / physicist positions available at the Centre for Quantum Photonics (CQP) in the Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering and H.H. Wills Physics Laboratory at the University of Bristol. The role will conduct R&D in quantum communication and cryptography systems as part of the £24M EPSRC-funded Quantum Technologies Hub in Quantum Communications. Information about how to apply may be found under job number ACAD102663 at

PostDoc positions, Sensing with color centers in diamond, Saarland University, Germany

Our research group focuses on scanning probe sensing using color centers in diamond. Using these novel atom-sized nano-sensors, we aim to establish new near-field sensing techniques as well as magnetic sensing. Please find the detailed job description here. More information at: