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University of Strathclyde, Department of Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 7 University of Strathclyde, Department of Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 7 University of Strathclyde, Department of Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Using noise to enhance quantum computation

There are several difference models of quantum computing, from the circuit model using quantum gates, through measurement based quantum computing to adiabatic quantum computing and quantum walks. Read more

Space Quantum Communication

The distribution of quantum states and resources are crucial for many applications of quantum technologies including secure communications, networked quantum computers, distributed sensors, and enhanced positioning, navigation, and timing. Read more

PhD position on SI-traceable atomic thermometry - available now at Strathclyde

  Research Group: Quantum Technologies
SI-traceable thermometry. You will be part of a new research area for the UK, namely making absolute and traceable measurements of temperature using optical measurements of the Doppler broadening of an atomic transition. Read more

Optimisation and control of laser-driven radiation sources using machine learning

Due to their compact nature and unique properties, high power laser-driven particle and radiation sources are an enabling technology with the potential for impact in a wide range of sectors, including medicine, industry and security. Routine generation of optimised and stable radiation beams is a key challenge for the development and exploitation of these promising sources. Read more

Quantum magnetometers for healthcare and fundamental physics

The combination of atomic magnetic resonance with emerging optical and photonic technologies is enabling the development and application of new quantum magnetometers with exciting applications in healthcare, geophysics, navigation and industrial applications. Read more

Photoconduction of wide bandgap semiconductor materials and devices

Wide bandgap semiconductors (bandgap > 3.5 eV) are vital materials for applications in ultraviolet (UV) optoelectronic devices for, e.g., biochemical sensing, water purification, or high-power transistors. Read more
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