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Quantum Computing PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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PhD student in Entanglement, quantum communication, and tests of quantum physics

Quantum entanglement and quantum superposition lie at the heart of quantum physics. Entanglement allows to interlink distant quantum systems, e.g., to entangle the motion of optomechanical systems with the spin states of atoms. Read more

Superfluid Turbulence in Spinor Bose-Einstein Condensates (SALMANH_U23SF)

Turbulence is characterised by the chaotic state of a fluid flow. Given its widespread relevance, turbulent flows have been the subject of intense research in classical fluids. Read more

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

PhD Studentship in Nano-electronics: Deep cryogenic CMOS device characterisation and modelling for integrated quantum computing

Applications are invited for a PhD in the School of Engineering, Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU). This fully funded three-year PhD Scholarship would comprise the waiving of annual tuition fees, a maintenance stipend of £ 16,062 per annum, plus a contribution towards research running costs of £1,600 per annum. Read more

PhD Studentship in Distributed Quantum Computing

Position Summary Applications are invited for one fully funded PhD student position in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) at Imperial College in London. Read more

Creation and Characterisation of Spin Defects for Quantum Technology

Supervisors: Professor Neil Alford and Dr Daan Arroo. Start date: October 2022. Duration: 3.5 Years. Entry requirements: Ideally, you will hold, or be expected to achieve, a Master’s degree or a 4-year undergraduate degree at 2:1 level (or above) in a relevant subject, e.g. Read more
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