Qnami and the University of Stuttgart seek a joint PhD student (based in Stuttgart, Germany) in quantum sensing to support the further development and optimization of diamond quantum sensors to be operated in extreme conditions.
Qnami and the University of Stuttgart seek a joint PhD student (based in Stuttgart, Germany) in quantum sensing to support the further development and optimization of diamond quantum sensors to be operated in extreme conditions. If you are looking for a new challenge and are eager to have an impact at the forefront of the second quantum revolution, check out this new opening based in Stuttgart: The initial term of appointment is two years, with the possibility of an extension for another two years contingent upon funding and successful performance.
The development of quantum metrology /sensing tools require new materials and new principles of operation. In these regards, the nitrogen-vacancy (NV) optical center in diamond is one of the most promising spin system for quantum sensors, applicable for magnetic field measurement, and which offers a unique combination of sensitivity at the atomic level, sub-nanometer spatial resolution and versatility of operation in a wide range of temperatures and environmental conditions.
- The position is open to all international applicants, with special consideration for women candidates
- For more information on research directions, please visit: Link
- Interested in the position? Please send an email with you CV and motivation letter to Dr. Rainer Stöhr, email@example.com | Prof. Jörg Wrachtrup, firstname.lastname@example.org | Qnami: Dr. Felipe Favaro de Oliveira, email@example.com
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