Quantum Optical Networks with Solid State Spins and Photons is a exclusive research opportunity available at the Department of Physics, Technical University of Denmark (DTU).
Quantum Optical Networks project has postdoc position for 2 years to work on a recently initiated project on controlling the emission and spins of solid state emitters towards the grand aim of constructing a quantum network. In this project, Nitrogen Vacancy centers in diamond membranes (and other defect centers) coupled to micro-cavities or nanoscopic metallic wires to enable an efficient and clean coupling between a spin and a photon will be exploited. The project will be carried out in QPIT at DTU Physics and is carried out in collaboration with partners from Ulm University, Humboldt University and Harvard University.
- experimental planning, design, and implementation
- construction of a cryogenic setup for the optical investigation of solid state emitters
- theoretical and numerical simulation and analysis
- programming of experimental control software
- mentoring PhD and master’s students
Qualifications & Requirements:
- PhD degree or equivalent.
- Applicant to hold some experience in: Optical characterization of solid state devices at cryogenic temperatures, Experimental quantum optics, Programming in Labview and/or Python for experimental control, data acquisition, and data analysis
- Candidate should be motivated and dedicated to work on challenging experiments.
- Good communication skills in English and should be able to work with other team members, and have highly value scientific curiosity and creativity.
Location: North of Copenhagen at the Lyngby campus of DTU.
Online applications available. Applications file (*pdf file) must contain the following: Application (cover letter), CV, grade transcripts (an official translation into English), List of publications.
|Organization||Technical University of Denmark|
|Fellowship amount||Not mentioned|
|Deadline||8 May 2016|
Contact: Prof. Ulrik Lund Andersen, e-mail: email@example.com
or Asst. Prof. Alexander Huck, firstname.lastname@example.org
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