Center for Quantum Devices is offering a PhD scholarship commencing July 1. or as soon as possible thereafter.
The last year has seen tremendous advances in fabricating spin qubit devices from group IV semiconductors. This PhD project will investigate spin qubits realized in natural and isotopically purified silicon-germanium heterostructures. The objective is to create ultra-coherent qubit devices that can be controlled, coupled, and read out in a scalable geometry.
The Center for Quantum Devices and Station Q Copenhagen is looking to hire one or more PhD students to work on realizing superconducting multi-qubit devices to function as a small quantum computer. The realization will be based on gatemon technology controlled by FPGA-based waveform generators. Projects ranging from nanofabrication, device testing, to building classical control electronics are available.