PostDoc positions at QuTech
PostDoc positions at QuTech
QuTech features an integrated roadmap towards realizing large scale quantum networks in a team effort by physicists, computer scientists and engineers. QuTech hosts the technical coordination of the Quantum Internet Alliance – Ronald Hanson (experimental physics) and Stephanie Wehner (theory and computer science) – as well as interdisciplinary efforts led by Wolfgang Tittel (experimental physics), David Elkouss (theory quantum information), Arie van Deursen (software engineering), and Przemek Pawelczak (computer networks and embedded systems).
We are now looking for excellent candidates to join our team at QuTech!
Several PostDoc positions are presently available:
- PostDoc postions in experiment, theory and computer science. You should have an exceptional undergraduate track record in at least one of the following: experimental physics, quantum information theory or experiment, computer networks, computing systems, software engineering. Applications via the General PostDoc application form. Specifically, we seek outstanding candidates to
- Develop network nodes of NV Centers in Diamond (experimental physics, Hanson)
- Develop high-speed repeaters using rare earth based quantum memories (experimental physics, Tittel)
- Design, analyze and numerically simulate quantum repeater schemes and network architectures (theory/computational physics/computer science, Elkouss and Wehner)
- Develop the first software and network stack for quantum networks (computer science, van Deursen, Pawelczak, Wehner)
- Blueprint Postdoc positions in experiment and applied quantum theory and computer science. In this postdoc position, you will closely interface with several other nodes in the Blueprint Team, help the assembly of the Blueprint, and work on the implementation of the Blueprint demo. Applications via the General PostDoc application form — please indicate your interest in this position in your motivation letter.
You should apply for any of these positions if you would like to work in team effort at the cutting edge of research and development, aiming to achieve ambitious goals targeted to towards long term practical real-world impact that go beyond what could be achieved by a single individual or discipline.
For more information please see the goals of QIA. For more information please contact the technical coordination and/or individual PIs listed above. For more information about the Blueprint positions, please contact the technical coordination team.
Technical Coordination Team QIA:
Prof. Ronald Hanson (email@example.com – experimental physics)
Prof. Stephanie Wehner (firstname.lastname@example.org – theory and computer science)
Prof. Arie van Deursen (Arie.vanDeursen@tudelft.nl)
Dr. David Elkouss (D.ElkoussCoronas@tudelft.nl)
Dr. Przemek Pawelczak (P.Pawelczak@tudelft.nl)
Prof. Wolfgang Tittel (W.Tittel@tudelft.nl)