We seek enthusiastic PhD students to join the research group at the University of Naples “Federico II”.

The successful candidate admitted to the PhD program and interested in working with our group will be involved in #quantuminternet #quantumnetworks #quantumcommunications #quantuminformation.

Research unit: International Centre for Theory of Quantum Technologies
Research filed: quantum physics, quantum technology
Number of job offers: 8
Stipend amount: monthly stipend 4 500 PLN (gross stipend, tax included)
Position starts on: 01.10.2020 (for candidates who already have a master's degree and candidates who plan to defend their master's thesis no later than July 2020). For candidates who are already doctoral students, the starting date is negotiable.

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