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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences - Integrated Quantum Photonics

Open Positions

We are currently looking for motivated M.Sc. and PhD students, as well as Post-Docs. To apply or for further information, please contact Tim Schröder

 

We are committed to offering everyone an equal opportunity and we strive for diversity and gender equality within our team. Please see our Statement on Equal Opportunities for further detail. 

 

M.Sc.

Thesis announcement: 

Sub-diffraction limited wide-field imaging and characterization of NV defect centers in diamond

 

PhD

Job description:
Scientific service in research within the BMBF funded project DiNOQuant (https://tinyurl.com/y4nguhtz); developing the next generation of spin-based integrated photonic circuits for efficient tanglement of quantum memories in diamond (NV and novel group-IV defects) with single photons and with each other; development of diamond-nanofabrication and- integration as well as the implementation of quantum information protocols; tasks pertaining to scientific qualification (PhD)
 
Requirements:
Completed academic education in physics with above average accomplishments and first publications; good knowledge either of numerical nanostructure design tools and nanofabrication methods or in building optical experiments and implementing computer-based experimental control; extensive experience in quantum optics; quantum information, solid-state spin physics and semiconductor nanophotonics, ambitious, self-responsible, goal oriented team player that is open for new challenges; experience in writing scientific manuscripts is also required
 

Post-Doc

Job description:
Scientific service in research within the BMBF funded project DiNOQuant (https://tinyurl.com/y4nguhtz); developing the next generation of spin-based integrated photonic circuits for efficient entanglement and control of quantum memories in diamond (NV and novel group-IV defects) with single photons and with each other; development of diamond-nanofabrication and- integration as well as the implementation of quantum information protocols; tasks pertaining to scientific qualification (your postdoc project will focus either on the design, fabrication and deployment of nanophotonic systems with diamond or on the implementation of advanced coherent control schemes for the generation of quantum gates and spin-photon entanglement)
 
Requirements:
Completed academic education in physics including PhD with above average accomplishments and first publications; excellent knowledge either of numerical nanostructure design tools and nanofabrication methods or in building optical experiments and implementing computer-based experimental control; extensive experience in quantum optics; quantum information, solid-state spin physics and semiconductor nanophotonics, ambitious, self-responsible, goal oriented team player that is open for new challenges; experience in writing scientific manuscripts is also required