Two (02) Ph.D. positions in the field of Experimental Quantum Optics (BEC-NETWORK project), University of Twente (Netherlands).
Despite great advances in the field of algorithms and computer technology, even typical cases of many well-known mathematical optimization problems are too difficult to be solved on today’s computers. Unconventional approaches that break with the usual paradigms of digital electronic computers can help overcome these limitations. Optical spin-glass simulation is a novel method for solving such computationally intensive problems more efficiently.
- Master’s degree in physics (a specialization in quantum optics).
- Experimental skill and a good understanding of theory (quantum mechanics, statistical physics).
- Full-time position for four years, with a qualifier in the first year, within a stimulating scientific environment.
- Fellowship ranging from €2.395,- gross per month at the start to €3.061,- in the fourth year.
- Additional benefits include a holiday allowance of 8% of the gross annual salary.
Please send your complete application before the 31st of March 2021 and should include the following documents:
- Motivation letter.
- Detailed CV.
- Academic transcripts of your Master’s or Ph.D. degree.
Note: The selection procedure includes an interview and a scientific presentation. We may ask for a contact for a recommendation letter.
The positions can be filled immediately. For more information, please contact Dr. Jan Klärs (Adaptive Quantum Optics) by sending an email to email@example.com.
|Organization||University of Twente|
|Eligibility||Open to all nationalities|
|Deadline||31th of March 2021|