PhD Fellowships (14 different groups/projects)
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech) is a unique English-speaking international graduate only research university, located just outside of Moscow. Established in collaboration with M.I.T., Skoltech integrates the best Russian scientific traditions with twenty-first century entrepreneurship and innovation.
The PhD course takes a minimum of three years but normally it takes four years. Those accepted into this program will receive (i) a tuition waiver (covering the full price of tuition) as well as (ii) a basic starting stipend of 85k RUB (tax free) which goes to 105k RUB (tax free) after proven performance for twelve months and (iii) medical insurance.
Application procedure. The application process will consist of two stages. Students should send their full CV and a statement (not more than 300 words) outlining their interest to their potential advisor – as part of initial screening, selected candidates will be contacted to submit a full application with a potential initial screening interview via Skype.
Alphabetical List of Skoltech Faculty Studying Quantum Related Subjects (please contact group/faculty of interest).
Vladimir Antonov – Experimental Realization of Superconducting Quantum Technologies
Oleg Astafiev – Experimental Realization of Superconducting Quantum Technologies
Natalia Berlof – Quantum Fluids, Gain-Dissipative Simulators, Condensates
Jacob Biamonte – Quantum Algorithms and Quantum Information Theory
Webpage: http://deepquantum.ai (Skoltech’s Deep Quantum Lab)
Andrey Cichocki – Applications of Tensor/Matrix Decompositions
Wegpage: http://www.deeptensor.ml/ (Skoltech’s Tensor Lab)
Anatoly Dymarsky – Quantum Dynamics, Quantum Information and High-Energy Physics
Boris Fine – Quantum Materials and Superconductivity
Status: not accepting new students in 2019
Pavlos Lagoudakis – Experimental Photonics for Gain-Dissipative Simulators
Artem Oganov – Computational Materials Discovery using Optimization and Artificial Intelligence
Ivan Oseledets – Tensor Network Simulation of Quantum Systems and Tensor Engines for Quantum Supremacy
Mikhail Skvortsov – Theory of Superconductor Based Quantum Technology
Alex Shapeev – Numerical and Machine-Learning Algorithms to Simulate Quantum Systems
Webpage: http://sites.skoltech.ru/multiscale/ (Skoltech’s Multi-scale Modelling Lab — see also Sergei Tretiak)
Ivan Sherstov – Frequency Standards and Quantum Clocks
Kelvin Willoughby – Quantum Technology Trends, Legal, Philosophy and Patent Analysis Webpage:https://faculty.skoltech.ru/people/kelvinwilloughby