Six PhD positions in theoretical quantum optics and quantum information science are available at the Centre for Quantum Optical Technologies (QOT) at the University of Warsaw. Successful candidates will work in a diverse environment including theorists and experimentalists on fundamental properties of quantum systems, such as quantum coherence and entanglement, and their applications in quantum technologies, such as quantum metrology, sensing, communication, and computation.
Profile of the candidates:
PhD candidates should have a master degree in physics or a related area, and have a good understanding of physics, quantum theory, and quantum optics.
The PhD projects will be performed at the Centre for Quantum Optical Technologies (QOT), hosted by the Centre of New Technologies (CeNT) of the University of Warsaw. We offer an open and friendly research environment with access to all the facilities available within the Centre of New Technologies―an interdisciplinary research institute established within the University of Warsaw to gather international researchers of different backgrounds and experience, in order to conduct state-of-the-art research in biological, chemical and physical sciences.
Successful candidates will work within one of the theoretical labs operating within the QOT centre, yet in close collaboration with centre’s theoretical and experimental groups, as well as other research teams specialising in quantum theory and its implementations within Warsaw’s research community: http://quantum-warsaw.pl.
Full details of the offer including net salary, duration and the suggested starting date:
For more information see also the links provided below.
Centre for Quantum Optical Technologies (QOT): http://cent.uw.edu.pl/en/laboratories/#qot
Centre of New Technologies (CeNT): http://cent.uw.edu.pl/en/
University of Warsaw: http://en.uw.edu.pl/
Prof. Konrad Banaszek
Quantum Technologies Lab
Potential research topics:
quantum limits of optical communication; superresolution imaging
Dr. Jan Kolodynski
Quantum Information and Inference Lab
Potential research topics:
quantum metrology and estimation; implementations of quantum information protocols; atomic quantum sensors and light-atom interfaces; signal processing and data inference tools for real-time quantum control and sensing
Dr. Alexander Streltsov
Quantum Resources and Information Lab
Potential research topics:
quantum resource theories (entanglement, coherence, thermodynamics) and their applications in quantum communication and quantum computation
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Documents submission deadline:
26th of November 2018
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