PhD and postdoc positions at IST Austria
The Laboratory for Quantum Integrated Devices is currently looking for motivated and creative students and postdocs who are eager to get involved in cutting edge research in hybrid quantum technologies.
PhD applicants interested in quantum physics and engineering, with a strong background in physics, electrical engineering, or materials science (Bachelor’s or Master’s degree) are encouraged to send me an email and apply to the graduate school of IST Austria. Successful candidates have the opportunity to take part in the development of a new laboratory with state of the art research facilities.
PostDoc applicants interested in superconducting circuits and photonics are invited to contact Prof. Johannes Fink via email. A strong background in one or more of the following areas is required: optical measurement techniques, theory of quantum optical systems, FEM simulations and software development, high sensitivity microwave measurements and high bandwidth signal processing.
PhD and postdoc positions at IFF-CSIC
The Quantum Information and Foundations Group at is looking for one PhD student and one postdoctoral researcher, to work in the implementation of distributed quantum computers and quantum networks with superconducting circuits, within the SuperQuLAN project. Both positions will open soon before the summer, for enrollment at the beginnin of September, when SuperQuLAN begins. We seek motivated candidates with a strong background in physics and notions, or interest to learn about, quantum information, quantum optics and superconducting quantum circuits. Conditions and instructions about the recruitment process will be published soon at QUINFOG's webpage, but interested candidates are encouraged to contact Prof. García Ripoll by email.
Postdoc positions at MPQ
The Theory Department at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics is looking for a postdoctoral researcher to develop theoretical research related to SuperQuLAN. Successful candidates should have carried out a PhD on the broad field of Quantum Science and Technology, and possess good knowledge of Quantum Information Theory and/or Quantum Optics. The work will be carried out in a very exciting environment, in close contact with other scientists working on Quantum Information and Quantum Optics projects. Interested candidates should contact Prof. Ignacio Cirac by email.