Theory and experiment in quantum simulations and control of many body quantum states of spin and light (Experiment)

Theory and experiment in quantum simulations and control of many body quantum states of spin and light (Experiment)

Programs Available

PhD 

Reference Number

2019120 

Opening Date

01 Nov 2018 12am AEDT 

Closing Date

01 Dec 2018 11pm AEDT 

Scholarship available to

International 

Description

Several PhD scholarships (both theory and experiment) are available through the Macquarie University node of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems (EQuS) http://equs.org/.

This 3-year scholarship covers the national/international tuition fees and provides an annual stipend of $27,082 AUD (2018 rate). The PhD provides support for travel and research costs and opportunity for frequent interaction with researchers and students in the other nodes of EQuS. Macquarie University is located in Sydney, Australia.

One of the grand challenges of the 2nd quantum revolution is to simulate complex physical systems that are beyond the capabilities of classical machines. However, individual quantum systems are very fragile and to be useful components in a quantum machine, they must be accurately controlled. The experimental position (#2019120) based in the Quantum Materials and Applications (QMAPP) group will work on quantum control and simulation using collective superspins in NV centres in diamond and/or strongly interacting quantum-well cavity polaritons.

More details on our research at:

https://www.mq.edu.au/research/research-centres-groups-and-facilities/innovative-technologies/centres/qscitech/our-research/phd-projects

and

http://www.qmappmq.org/

Contact Details

Name: A/Prof Thomas Volz
Email: QuantumMQPhD@gmail.com

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