Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology (VCQ)

Open call in Experimental and Theoretical Quantum Science & Technology

2023-01-08
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Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology (VCQ)

The Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology (VCQ) is a joint collaboration initiative, which currently involves about 25 research groups based at four leading research institutions in and around Vienna. The aim of the VCQ is to advance modern quantum science and technology based on a broad and multidisciplinary research agenda. The topics addressed within VCQ range from the foundations of quantum mechanics to complex quantum optical and many-body effects and their application for emerging quantum technologies.

https://vcq.quantum.at/

Our VCQ-PhD School invites you to become part of an active community of young scientists with opportunities to do experimental and/or theoretical research at the forefront of Quantum Science. You will also get to participate in networking events, international conferences, transferable skills and career development training.

https://vcq.quantum.at/phd-program/

Jobdetails

Titel
Open call in Experimental and Theoretical Quantum Science & Technology
Standort
Boltzmanngasse 5 Wien, Österreich
Veröffentlicht
2022-11-22
Bewerbungsfrist
2023-01-08
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VCQ combines expertise in an exceptional mix of research areas from fundamental quantum physics to new quantum technologies.

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