PhD Position on Coherent Feedback: The Swiss Nanoscience Institute (SNI) at the University of Basel is offering a 100% scholarship position for 4 years, with the earliest starting date on 1 January 2024. Highly motivated scientists are encouraged to apply for the SNI PhD program in Nanoscience, focusing on the fascinating field of coherent feedback control of nanomechanical oscillators.
|Position Type||PhD Position (P2307)|
|Starting Date||1 January 2024|
|Application Deadline||30 November 2023|
Study Area: Nanoscience, with a focus on Coherent Feedback Control of Nanomechanical Oscillators.
PhD Position on Coherent Feedback Control of Nanomechanical Oscillators (P2307)
The PhD project explores coherent feedback in the quantum regime, building on recent advancements in optomechanics. The goal is to further develop and experimentally realize coherent feedback protocols, enabling applications such as squeezing, entanglement generation, verification, quantum state transfer, and precision measurements. The project involves a cryogenic cavity optomechanical setup with a SiN membrane oscillator, providing an ideal platform for quantum optomechanics experiments.
Eligibility: Candidates should hold a physics master’s degree or equivalent, demonstrating a strong commitment to research and a solid understanding of physics. Previous experience in experimental quantum optics, optomechanics, or atomic physics is highly desired.
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Academic transcripts
- Statement of purpose outlining research interests and motivation
- Letters of recommendation (if available)
How to Apply: For more information and to apply, visit the online application platform at www.phd.nanoscience.ch. For specific questions, contact Dr. Andreas Baumgartner (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Prof. Philipp Treutlein (email@example.com).
Last Date: The complete application must be submitted before 30 November 2023. Please note that the decision to fill the vacancy can be made at any time from now.
Join us in the vibrant city center of Basel, Switzerland, for exciting experiments, collaborative research, and a high quality of life. Become a part of the Swiss Nanoscience Institute (SNI) PhD school, where cutting-edge research spans various disciplines including quantum physics, chemistry, material science, nanotechnology, biochemistry, cell biology, and medical research.
For more information about the University of Basel, visit www.unibas.ch.