In the Quantum Dot group at QET Labs (Quantum Engineering Technology Labs) in Bristol, we have a new opening for a postdoctoral researcher working on efficient quantum dot single photon sources. *We would like to interview suitable candidates with experimental expertise in quantum dot or quantum emitter spectroscopy and measurements (essential), with potentially some basic skills in fabrication (desirable)* Applications may be made at any time via the University of Bristol jobs webpage using Job Number ACAD101619, however, we strongly suggest informal enquiries be made before application. Please contact both Ruth Oulton ( ) and John Rarity ().
The Department of Physics is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Advanced Photonics to undertake internationally leading research in the area of optics and photonic technologies and take a lead role in the delivery of high-quality undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. The post is open in all areas of nanophotonics complimentary to our activities, particularly in opto-mechanics, ultrafast optics and spectroscopy and photonic materials for energy. Please find more detailed information at: http://www.hirewire.co.uk/HE/1061247/MS_JobDetails.aspx?JobID=75287
Applications are invited for one Postdoctoral Research Assistant to study mechanisms of energy transport in multi-chromophore systems in the quantum information science group of Dr. Animesh Datta. Further details about the research group can be obtained at www.warwick.ac.uk/qi
Closing date: April 21, 2017, Interview date: Mid May
We invite outstanding students to join our doctoral programmes, training the next generation of quantum engineers: The GreQue doctoral programme is Marie Slodowska Curie Action supported by the European Union. It will provide the laureates with a double training involving fundamental research in top-level laboratories and strong industrial exposure through internships within our network of industrial partners. Click here for the call announcement. The QuEnG doctoral programme is funded by the Idex-UGA and aims to foster a pluridisciplinary ecosystem for quantum technologies. The laureates will pursue high-level research at the interface between physics, mathematics, computer sciences, social sciences, humanities, or with industrial coaching. Click here for the call announcement. If eligibility criteria are met, students are invited to apply to both programmes. Deadline for the first call: 2017, April 10, 11:59 (CET)
The IMPRS-QST, based in Munich, is a joint program of the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München and the Technical University of Munich.We welcome talented and motivated students with interest in atomic physics, quantum optics, solid state physics, material science, quantum information theory, and quantum many-body systems to apply. Deadline for application is April 1st, 2017. For program details and online application, please visit: www.imprs-quantum.mpg.de
The Centre for Disruptive Photonic Technologies (CDPT) at NTU, Singapore, has new postdoctoral job opportunities. More information www.nanophotonics.sg Formal application for the posts shall be submitted to For informal queries please write to CDPT Research Manager, Dr Giorgio Adamo
The Structured Electromagnetic Materials group in the Department of Photonics Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark is seeking candidates for a theoretical postdoc position in the field of Nanoscale Quantum Optics. For more information please follow the link DTU Fotonik
Further information may be obtained from Associate Professor Martijn Wubs,
Apply for the job at DTU Fotonik no later than 12 February 2017 by completing the following form: Apply online
The quantum-sensing group at the University of Basel is looking for outstanding candidates for a postdoctoral researcher position to join our ongoing experiments on Quantum sensing and magnetometry of strongly correlated electron systems. Interested candidates send their application including a CV, transcripts of all diploma and contact details of three references directly to . Applications received by Jan. 31 2017 will receive full consideration. Further information about the group can be found under http://www.quantum-sensing.ch and http://www.qnami.ch.
The research institute AMOLF (Amsterdam, the Netherlands) is looking for a tenure-track group leader in the field of Nanophotonics, with emphasis on the fundamental physics aspects of optical interactions at the nanoscale. Candidates are advised to consult the full advertisement text (https://amolf.nl/jobs/group-leader-assistant-professor-nanophotonics ) for further information on the position, the stimulating environment that AMOLF offers, and the application procedure, and can consult either the institute director Prof. Huib Bakker (), or the Department Head, Prof. Femius Koenderink ().