2013 PhD Scholarship on Majorana Fermions in the Center for Quantum Devices at University of Copenhagen in Denmark

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1-2 PhD Scholarship on Majorana fermions in the Center for Quantum Devices. The Center for Quantum Devices at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen has a 1-2 open Ph.D. positions in experimental condensed matter/device physics for the development of schemes to create, detect, and braid majorana fermions in networks made from semiconductor heterostructures, nanowires, and superconductors.The long-term goal of the project is to investigate topological protection of these topological quantum states and to realize topological quantum information processing systems.The project involves nanofabrication using electron-beam lithography, low-noise measurement at millikelvin temperatures, control of high-bandwidth electronics, data analysis, collaboration with theorists, writing and publishing. The candidate should have experience with device fabrication and low-temperature measurement.

-The position is open for candidates of all nationalities.
– The successful applicant will be enrolled as a Ph.D. student at the University of Copenhagen. The Ph.D. program, in addition to the project work, comprises participation in courses or international Ph.D. schools and some activity as teaching assistant.

2013 PhD Scholarship on Majorana Fermions in the Center for Quantum Devices at University of Copenhagen in Denmark

If you have questions about this aid arises, please visit the official source and ask your questions directly to the center.

1-2 PhD Scholarship on Majorana fermions in the Center for Quantum Devices. The Center for Quantum Devices at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen has a 1-2 open Ph.D. positions in experimental condensed matter/device physics for the development of schemes to create, detect, and braid majorana fermions in networks made from semiconductor heterostructures, nanowires, and superconductors.The long-term goal of the project is to investigate topological protection of these topological quantum states and to realize topological quantum information processing systems.The project involves nanofabrication using electron-beam lithography, low-noise measurement at millikelvin temperatures, control of high-bandwidth electronics, data analysis, collaboration with theorists, writing and publishing. The candidate should have experience with device fabrication and low-temperature measurement.

-The position is open for candidates of all nationalities. -The successful applicant will be enrolled as a Ph.D. student at the University of Copenhagen. The Ph.D. program, in addition to the project work, comprises participation in courses or international Ph.D. schools and some activity as teaching assistant.

Deadline: Do submit your applications till February 15, 2013.

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