Open positions – 4 Ph.D. & Master Student positions, Postdoc & Research assistant at Strontium quantum gas group, University of Amsterdam

    Strontium quantum gas group has open positions for master students, four Ph.D. students, and postdocs on our RbSr project, the Sr quantum gas microscope project, the atom laser project, and within the European Quantum Flagship project iqClock.

    Research opportunities for higher studies: Phd positions with scholarships, Graduate positions, Postdoc jobs – Experimental Quantum Mechanics, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    Open positions - 4 Ph.D. & Master Student positions, Postdoc & Research assistant at Strontium quantum gas group, University of Amsterdam
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    Those who are interested in experimental quantum mechanics, then this is the opportunity to work in a world-class laboratory to explore quantum mechanics along with eminent Scholars and Professors.

    Positions

    1. Masters (Graduate program)
    2. 4 Ph.D. positions (with scholarships)
    3. Postdoctoral fellowships

    Ph.D. Positions

    A master’s degree or equivalent (3-4 study years + research project) is required to start a Ph.D. with us. In case you do not quite fulfill these requirements but have studied physics for at least three years, you might be interested in pursuing a master’s degree at UvA. Our institute financially supports a few non-Dutch students each year to study here.

    Postdoc positions

    We are especially looking for female postdoc applicants, who would have a good chance of obtaining a prestigious Ada Lovelace postdoctoral fellowship with the Quantum Software Consortium, of which we are a member. This position is especially well suited for experimental work on our Sr quantum gas microscope.

    About Strontium quantum gas projects

    Ultracold quantum gases allow us to explore quantum mechanics and are at the core of extremely sensitive measurement devices. To date, thirteen elements have been cooled to quantum degeneracy. Each of them has different properties that make them useful for different explorations and applications. We are studying quantum gases of strontium, an alkaline-earth element that provides us with long-lived optically excited states, ultra-narrow optical transitions, and a large nuclear spin. These properties make Sr uniquely suited to exciting research projects.

    Inquires

    Professor Florian Schreck
    Institute of Physics, University of Amsterdam, Science Park 904
    1090 GL Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    eMail: Schreck@StrontiumBEC.com
    Office Phone: +31 512 20525 5163
    Lab Phone: +31  20525 8565


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