We always looking forward to receive open applications by outstanding candidates, please send your inquiries to the PI whose work you are interested in.
We currently have the following positions open for applications:
(1) A 2-year Experimental Post-Doctoral Research Associate position is available, under the supervision of Cristian Bonato.
The goal is to develop SiC quantum devices for quantum networking, integrating spintronic, electronic and photonic functionalities on the same chip. The ideal candidate will have experience in both quantum technology and nano-fabrication.
Please contact Cristian Bonato for more information.
(2) A 2-year Experimental Post-Doctoral Research Associate position is available under the supervision of Dr Margherita Mazzera, in the framework of a recently funded EPSRC project.
The main goal is to develop novel platforms for integrated quantum devices based on stoichiometric rare-earth ions crystals. The project will be developed in collaboration with leading European groups in the fields of crystal growth, theoretical description of coherent light-matter interaction protocols, and laser micromachining.
Please apply here.
(3) A 2-year Experimental Post-Doctoral Research Associate position is available under the supervision of Dr Margherita Mazzera, in the framework of the recently funded FET-Open project QUROPE.
Its ambitious goal is to build a quantum repeater architecture using on-demand photonic entanglement (find out more at https://www.qurope-team.eu/ or https://twitter.com/qurope_eu). The quantum photonic lab is a partner of the QUROPE consortium and will be working to develop a broadband solid-state quantum memory for telecom photons with rare earth doped crystals.
Please apply here.
A 2-year Experimental Post-Doctoral Research Associate position is available, under the supervision of Brian Gerardot.
Significant goals include developing applications in quantum optics and quantum communication protocols using indistinguishable single photon sources at telecom wavelengths, investigating dephasing mechanisms and engineering extended coherence for spin-photon interfaces and generating entanglement between similar or disparate quantum systems. The work will benefit from close interactions with Alessandro Fedrizzi’s quantum optics group (https://www.mostlyquantum.org/) and Erik Gauger’s quantum technology theory group (http://qtt.eps.hw.ac.uk/).
Please contact Brian Gerardot for more information or apply here.
Additionally, we are happy to support suitable candidates for fellowships: