We are searching for a talented and motivated PhD student who is interested in experimental quantum optics and quantum information with trapped ions. The research will focus on the investigation of trapped strontium Rydberg ions.
Trapped Rydberg ions are a novel system for quantum technologies. By laser light, the ions’ outermost electrons are excited to high-lying orbitals. Such Rydberg ions are million times bigger than ions in the ground state, and due to their size, they obtain very peculiar properties.
We are seeking applicants for experimental PhD positions to work in the area of circuit QED based quantum simulations at the University of Technology Sydney under the supervision of Dr Nathan Langford. Please register interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Positions will remain open until filled.
"Circuit QED in Sydney" is a new research group and laboratory in the School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), led by Senior Lecturer and ARC Future Fellow, Dr Nathan Langford. Dr Langford joined UTS at the end of 2017 to build a new research direction for UTS in circuit quantum electrodynamics (circuit QED) and establish a state-of-the-art experimental quantum information science lab with full, purpose-built facilities for experiments in circuit QED and microwave quantum optics. The group has close links with research groups across Sydney and nationally, such as with the leading UTS Centre for Quantum Software and Information and the nationally funded Centre of Excellence in Engineered Quantum Systems.
The quantum group at the University of Malta is recruiting a tenure track lecturer!
We are a young theoretical quantum physics group working on the lovely island of Malta. We are based in the Department of Physics at the University of Malta, a vibrant research-led department with active interests in the quantum world, applications of electromagnetism, and astrophysics and cosmology. The work of our group spans the fields of quantum optics, including quantum optomechanics and quantum information, and quantum thermodynamics.