Location University of Technology Sydney, Faculty of Science
Discipline
App. deadline 19/01/2018
Funding
  • Scholarship available
Project ID SSQP
Eligibility Open to international applicants

Single photon emitters for on-chip quantum photonics

Quantum photonics is poised to revolutionize information processing, communications and sensing technologies. A promising, emerging class of quantum technologies is based on solid state, on demand, single photon emitters coupled to optical resonators and waveguides that serve as building blocks for high density, on-chip quantum circuits. A PhD scholarship is available for the development of quantum circuit components based on solid state single photon emitters in wide bandgap materials. Experience in optics, nanophotonics or nanofabrication is required. The successful candidate will work in a group of approximately 12 PhD studets and 4 postdocs, focused on different aspects of on-chip quantum technologies.



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