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This page features job announcements gathered from all Quantum Alliance participating institutions. Positions offered cover all career levels and are based in various locations throughout Germany. We strive to keep the page up-to-date, but make sure to visit each center’s webpage regularly.

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MCQST & Munich Quantum Valley | Full Professorship (W3) of Experimental Physics - Quantum Metrology and Sensing (Chair)

The Faculty of Physics invites applications for a Full Professorship (W3) of Experimental Physics - Quantum Metrology and Sensing (Chair) commencing as soon as possible. deally, the research of the candidate should open up new innovative fields of application and/or be able to address fundamental physics questions. The work can be based on atomic and molecular, solid state or photonics-based platforms, as well as on hybrid quantum systems to realize quantum mechanical interfaces between different information carriers.

Job posted August 5 2022.

PhoenixD | Open Position for Doctoral Rresearcher (f/m/d) – Ultrafast Optics / X-ray Metrology

We are looking for a qualified personality in the field of experimental X-ray optics. This includes e.g. the fields of sources of coherent and incoherent X-rays and state-of-the-art detectors. The willingness to cooperate scientifically with other research groups in physics, engineering is assumed. The position is located in the Quantum Optics Institute in the Ultrafast Laser Group of Uwe Morgner and Milutin Kovacev. It is limited to three years.

Job posted August 5 2022.

PhoenixD | PhoenixD | Open Position for a Postdoctoral Researcher (f/m/d) – Ultrafast Optics / X-ray MetrologyOpen Position for Doctoral Rresearcher (f/m/d) – Ultrafast Optics / X-ray Metrology

We are looking for a qualified personality on the postdoctoral level in the field of experimental X-ray optics. This includes e.g. the fields of sources of coherent and incoherent X-rays and state-of-the-art detectors. The willingness to cooperate scientifically with other research groups in physics, engineering is assumed. The position is located in the Quantum Optics Institute in the Ultrafast Laser Group of Uwe Morgner and Milutin Kovacev. It is limited to one year; a continuation after positive evaluation is possible. After successful scientific qualification, the opportunity for habilitation is given.

Job posted August 5 2022.

Cluster4Future QSens | Scientific Managing Director

The BMBF Cluster4Future “QSens – Quantum Sensors for future applications” is looking for a Scientific Managing Director with salary based on TVL 13, full-time, initially limited to 3 years and located at University of Stuttgart.

Job posted 6 July 2022.

Quantum Valley Lower Saxony | Managing Director

Quantum Valley Niedersachsen (QVLS) e. V. is looking for a Managing Director (m/f/d) Salary based on pay group 14 TVöD Bund, full-time, initially limited until 31.12.2024.

The "Quantum Valley Niedersachsen" is an initiative of the leading research institutions and industrial partners in Lower Saxony to promote quantum technologies and sciences in the region. The aim of QVLS e. V. is to strengthen quantum technologies in Lower Saxony and, in addition, to promote the value creation of research institutions and companies and the benefits for the economy, society and the environment. The location is Hannover.

Job posted 1 July 2022.

ml4q | Assistant Professorship in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics (W1) with tenure track (W2) (f/m/d)

The candidate is expected to contribute actively to the main research lines of ML4Q in the field of device physics and to extend strategically the research spectrum of experimental condensed matter physics at the Institute of Physics II at the University of Cologne. The candidate will actively participate in the teaching of experimental condensed matter physics and quantum technologies.

Job posted 11 May 2022.

MCQST | PhD & Postdoc Positions in Theoretical Quantum Physics | LMU

We are offering multiple PhD & postdoctoral positions to well-qualified, highly motivated, and dynamic young scientists who wish to enhance their scientific career in a stimulating environment. The successful candidates will be joining the group led by Christian Schilling which is part of the Chair of Theoretical Physics -- Quantum Matter together with Ulrich Schollwöck, Lode Pollet and Fabian Grusdt. The research of our group is concerned with the interface of Quantum Information Theory and Quantum Many-Body Physics. We resort to analytic approaches partly complemented by computational studies to gain universal insights into interacting quantum many-body systems. A particular emphasis lies on the concept of reduced density matrices and the ground state problem.
Applications are welcomed for the following related long-term research programs:


P1: Tensor network methods for quantum chemistry

P2: Foundation of quantum computing: fermionic systems

P3: Quantum information theory for fermions

P4: Foundation of functional theories & N-representability problem
The offered positions are related to the cluster of excellence ``Munich Center for Quantum Science and Technology’’ and are funded through the Munich Quantum Valley and the German research foundation
Various postdoc positions are initially for 2 years.

Application deadline: 20 July 2022

Starting date: flexible

For further information on the research programs and the application process please see:

https://www.theorie.physik.uni-muenchen.de/lsschollwoeck/schilling_group/index.html

Job posted 6 May 2022.

ct.qmat | Postdoc in the field of “Topological Superconductivity and Skyrmion Spin Textures in SrIrO3-Based Layered Structures”

For this sophisticated project we look for an experienced postdoc with expertise in epitaxial growth of few monolayer thin oxide films by pulsed laser deposition as well as in (photoelectron) spectroscopy and transport measurements on gated architectures. View the full job description for more details.

Job posted April 25 2022

ct.qmat | Postdoc / PhD in the field of „Quantum transport in topological materials“

The research will be the focused on modern problems of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics or at the border between Theoretical Condensed Matter and High Energy Physics including topological states of matter, Weyl semimetals, quantum transport, unconventional superconductivity, electron hydrodynamics, quantum anomalies. View the full job description for more details.

Job posted April 25 2022.

ct.qmat | 2 PhD positions in the field of “Designer Quantum Materials”

When you do research at the JMU you will enjoy an inspiring and international environment at one of the worldwide hotspots for topological and correlated quantum matter. Embedded in the Würzburg-Dresden Cluster of Excellence (ct.qmat) and the Würzburg Collaborative Research Center (TocoTronics), you work in a creative, open-minded team that is committed to gain new insight in the design of oxide quantum materials and their potential for applications in future quantum technology. As part of these projects, you will perform experiments at national and international synchrotron radiation facilities. View the full job description for more details.

Job posted April 25 2022.

ct.qmat | PhD position in the field of "Theoretical and experimental spectroscopic study of topologically non-trivial systems"

Position details: 1/2 x E13 (TVL) – 3.5-year contract starting on 1. 4. 2022 (or later), financed by the Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat in the group of Prof. Dr. Friedrich Reinert (B119) EP VII (JMU Würzburg) View the full job description for more details.

Job posted April 25 2022.

ct.qmat | PhD position in the field of "Magnetic and superconducting proximity effects in epitaxial MnBi2Te4"

This project aims to explore superconducting and magnetic proximity effects on the topological surface state in epitaxial heterostructures of the intrinsic magnetic topological insulator MnBi2Te4. View the full job description for more details.

Job posted April 25 2022.

ct.qmat | Research Associates within the Hallwachs-Röntgen Postdoc Program

Several positions are to be filled as soon as possible and are limited to three years (2+1) according to the Fixed Term Research Contracts Act (Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz – WissZeitVG). Subject to personal qualification, according to salary group E 13 TV-L. The mission of the Hallwachs-Röntgen Postdoc program of ct.qmat is to identify, recruit, and support the most talented and promising young researchers working on topological quantum physics at an early stage of their careers. The program offers postdoctoral positions up to three years at JMU Würzburg, TU Dresden, or one of ct.qmat's partner institutions . View the full job description for more details.

Job posted April 25 2022.

IQST | Open PhD position in Quantum Algorithm Compilation for Rydberg Quantum Computers

The Institute for Computer Architecture and Computer Engineering (ITI), the Institute for Theoretical Physics III at the University of Stuttgart and the Integrated Center for Quantum Science and Technology (IQST) seek applications for a PhD position in the field of quantum computing. The objective of the project is to develop and analyze methods for quantum algorithm compilation for the Rydberg platform. Compilation takes a quantum algorithm and translates it into instructions that can be executed on a given quantum computer, optimizing parameters such as the duration and/or the fidelity of the execution. The Rydberg platform provides a number of unusual features that can benefit compilation: the availability of n-qubit gates and the option of changing the qubit connectivity on-the-fly by “Rydberg shifts”. The goal of this project is to provide an integrated compilation approach that will also incorporate the deep knowledge about the optimal control pulses for the Rydberg platform to optimize entire circuits.

Job posted on April 25 2022.

ML4Q | Bachelor, Master, PhD positions in the Ando group (Cologne)

The Ando group works on realizing Majorana fermions for topological quantum computing. All steps towards this goal are performed in our lab, from materials synthesis and nanofabrication to low-temperature and high-frequency measurements. The main research direction combines 3D topological insulator (TI) materials with superconductors and uses techniques from circuit quantum electrodynamics (cQED) to study the mesoscopic physics for example inside TI Josephson junctions.

We are looking for ambitious Bachelor, Master and PhD students who want to face these challenges. Our lab offers a well-rounded hands-on education in material science, device fabrication, cryogenic experiments, and low-noise measurements. The vision of using our devices to realize more robust quantum information processors connects our research to the global effort of realizing a fault-tolerant quantum computer.

Job posted on April 25 2022.

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