Quantum Physics jobs – Postdoc position in continuous-variable optical quantum information processing, Section for Quantum Physics and Information Technology (QPIT), DTU Physics, Technical University of Denmark
Deadline to Apply
Apr 30, 2021 (23: 59 GMT +1)
|No. of Position(s)||1|
|Research Area||– Quantum optics|
|Salary||According to standard norms|
|Workplace||Section for Quantum Physics and Information Technology (QPIT)|
Technical University of Denmark
|Contract Period||2 Years|
|Starting date||Not specified|
As a formal qualification, you must hold a PhD degree (or equivalent).
- have a convincing early-career track record
- have significant experience with experimental continuous-variable quantum optics
- have experience with digital control (FPGA)
- have experience with single photon detection and preferably with non-classical light
- have solid experience with team work and student supervision
- have a proven ability to drive a project forward and all the way to completion
Responsibilities/ Job Description
Your main task will be to design and carry out experiments within continuous-variable quantum optics aimed at exploring fundamental ideas and possible applications of e.g. nonlocality, quantum state discrimination, and quantum imaging and reading. As a researcher, you are expected to be highly self-driven and take responsibility for the progress of the project. You should be able to work independently, but must also be able to work closely together with team members.
Your responsibilities will be to
- devise new experiments and protocols
- construct nonclassical light sources and detection schemes using homodyne and single photon detection
- supervise students
How to Apply?
To apply, please open the link “Apply online”, fill out the online application form, and attach all your materials in English in one PDF file.
- Application (cover letter)
- Academic Diplomas (MSc/PhD)
- List of publications
About Section for Quantum Physics and Information Technology (QPIT)
QPIT’s vision is to understand, engineer and control complex quantum systems of light and matter, and to exploit these systems for quantum information processing and quantum metrology. We are a highly international research group of students and staff (currently about 40 people) with diverse backgrounds. We have a friendly and dynamic research environment with close, daily interaction among all group members and strong collaborations with many academic and industrial partners. Technical support is excellent with electronics and process engineers embedded in the section and a large capacity, skilled mechanical workshop at the Department. We are situated just north of Copenhagen at the Lyngby campus of DTU, one of the leading technical universities of Northern Europe, where we enjoy newly renovated office and lab space.
- The appointment will be based on the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations. The allowance will be agreed upon with the relevant union.
- If you are applying from abroad, you may find useful information on working in Denmark and at DTU at DTU – Moving to Denmark.
Post expires at 8:59am on Saturday May 1st, 2021 (GMT+9)