- Carry out research as well as required teaching activities towards the doctoral award
- Build up new experiments in an optics laboratory to find the most suitable approaches for high-fidelity resource state generation
- Analyze the measurement data and present it graphically
- Interpret your results and compare them to the expectations from simulations and theory
- Create new knowledge and document it in your thesis
- Stay curious and keep up to date with the exciting current technological developments
- Master’s degree in physics, or related relevant field
- Hands-on working experience in an optics laboratory
- Knowledge in quantum mechanics, quantum optics or non-linear optics
- Knowledge of the different approaches to universal quantum computing
- Background knowledge of electronics
- Programming skills in Python and experience with quantum programming languages
- Analytic, creative, and team-oriented way of working in a dynamic start-up environment
- Fluency in English, both written and spoken
- In our team-oriented working atmosphere, you have flexible options for working hours and can thus combine your job and free time in the best possible way.
- The interdisciplinary team supports you in your professional and personal further education.
- Insight into the development of high-tech products.
A complete application consists of a cover letter (motivation, max. one page), a CV and your diplomas.
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