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A suitably qualified and experienced individual is required to carry out research on experimental Atomic Physics and Ultracold Bose Fermi mixtures. The research is part <!--break-->
of a project investigating transport and localisation in ultracold quantum gases, especially a caesium BEC with lithium impurities. Candidates must have a PhD in physics <!--break-->
and experience with experimental manipulation of ultracold atomic gases, atomic physics and quantum optics. They should be confident, have good communication skills <!--break-->

The PhD fellow will work on the theory of cavity quantum electrodynamics of resonators embedding high-mobility 2D electron gases (both massive electrons in semiconductors and Dirac fermions in graphene).
The fellowship is funded by the Marie-Curie Initial Training Network (ITN) NOTEDEV and offers a very attractive salary and mobility allowances. <!--break-->

Submission deadline: 

Sunday, June 29, 2014

Registration deadline: 

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Quantum Optics VII will provide a forum to discuss the most important scientific developments in areas related with Quantum Optics and Quantum Information. The topics covered in the conference include: Non-Linear Optics, Atom Optics, Laser cooling, Atom and Ion trapping, Bose-Einstein Condensation, Quantum Interference, Entanglement, Atom Laser, Quantum Information Processing, Quantum Foundations, Decoherence, among others.

I am looking for postdoc candidates who are interested in joining my
theoretical quantum optics group at the University of Calgary.
Our research interests are briefly described below. My group
is part of the Institute for Quantum Science and Technology at the
University of Calgary, which encompasses several excellent
experimental and theoretical groups (see http://www.iqst.ca/),
guaranteeing a rich and stimulating research environment.

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