PhD position in Quantum Photonics @ Stockholm University
We seek for a talented and independent graduate student who wishes to develop her/his scientific career in a friendly and stimulating environment. This doctoral degree project will be carried out in the Quantum Photonics group led by Ana Predojevic (http://qphotonics.fysik.su.se). The successful candidate should have interest in quantum technologies, specifically quantum information and communication.
The project implementation will involve experimental investigation of semiconductor embedded quantum emitters and state-of-the-art photonic structures. The project will focus on novel sources of quantum light and their use in quantum communication protocols (https://www.quantera.eu/co-funded-call/funded-projects/43-hyper-u-p-s).
 M. Prilmüller, et al. Hyperentanglement of photons emitted by a quantum dot. arXiv:1701.08986 (2017).
 T. Huber, et al. Coherence and degree of time-bin entanglement from quantum dots. Phys. Rev. B 93, 201301(R) (2016); arXiv:1506.02429.
 A. Predojević. Resonant excitation and photon entanglement from semiconductor quantum dots. arXiv:1503.00352
We kindly ask the interested applicants to send a CV, research statement, and contact details of two persons for references (or recommendation letters) to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Head of the CNRS ‘Groupe de Recherche’ #3322
on “Quantum Engineering, Foundations & Applications (GDR-IQFA)”
Supported by the CNRS Institutes of Physics (INP) & Engineering and System Sciences (INSIS)
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