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PhD Position in Theoretical Physics (Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher) in Condensed Matter Theory and Quantum Information

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    Prof Guido Burkard
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    Applications accepted all year round
  • Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)
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Project Description

The University of Konstanz is one of the 11 German "Universities of Excellence".

Applications are invited for one

PhD Position in Theoretical Physics (Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher)
(Salary Scale TV-L 13 / 75%, 3 years)

in Condensed Matter Theory and Quantum Information.

The position is available for three years in Theoretical Physics at the Department of Physics. The group is associated with the Collaborative Research Center SFB 767 "Controlled Nanosystems" and the Center for Applied Photonics (CAP) at the University of Konstanz. Further information can be found at https://theorie.physik.uni-konstanz.de/burkard/

The successful candidate will be funded as an early-stage researcher (ESR) by the EU Marie Curie Initial Training Network (ITN) Spin-NANO. This network of 11 institutions across Europe allows for exchange visits and international collaboration.
The PhD student/ESR will investigate solid-state systems for quantum information processing, such as single-spin dynamics and spin coherence in semiconductor and carbon nanostructures. Specific research topics: (i) new two-dimensional materials, graphene and beyond, (ii) quantum properties of defect spins in diamond.

Applications and informal inquiries may be addressed to [email protected] The application deadline is September 30, 2015, but later applications can be considered if the position is not filled by then. Please indicate the reference number 2015/141.

Funding Notes

To satisfy the EU mobility criteria the applicant can have any citizenship, but must not have lived or carried out work (and/or study) in Germany for more than twelve months in the last three years.

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