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EU-funded PhD programme QUSTEC on quantum science and technologies: apply before August 19 to get a fully funded PhD position in France, Germany or Switzerland!

QUSTEC is a doctoral training programme set up by the European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) Eucor – The European Campus. The programme offers 39 early stage researcher (ESR) positions and outstanding training opportunities within the field of Quantum Science and Technology, in a highly international, interdisciplinary and intersectoral setting.

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About the project

How to apply

Discover the 39 PhD topics

Information and contact


About the project

QUSTEC is a doctoral training programme set up by the European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) Eucor – The European Campus. The programme offers 39 early stage researcher (ESR) positions and outstanding training opportunities within the field of Quantum Science and Technology, in a highly international, interdisciplinary and intersectoral setting. The ESR positions each last 48 months and culminate in the award of a doctoral degree.

The doctoral research will be carried out at one of the following institutions:

QUSTEC aims to address some of the grand challenges in Quantum Science today: The principles of quantum mechanics, which govern physics, chemistry, material science and computing at the atomic scale have already led to a wave of new technologies. In new applications, quantum technologies provide a massive leap that can be a decisive factor for many European industries and markets in the 21st century.

 

PhD training programme

For each doctoral researcher, QUSTEC will implement a 3-tiered training structure, building on the seven principles for innovative doctoral training. This training is focused on maximizing each ESR’s employability after their training, enabling them to become future research leaders. QUSTEC training is overseen and monitored by an individualised training panel consisting of supervisor, co-supervisor and mentor. Each project includes a secondment to an industrial partner with a duration between 2 and 6 months. The training objectives will be carried out over the course of four years:

  • Four transferable skills trainings (also as part of the respective graduate programmes)
  • (At least) one high level publication and two other dissemination activities (such as conference contributions)
  • Three outreach/public engagement/citizen science/science education activities (such as workshops in schools, press interviews, etc.)

 

How to apply

Your application is made of:

All the documents must be submitted online, in one single PDF document.

Please read the guide for applicants before submitting: expectations are described clearly.

Guide for applicants

 

Discover the 39 PhD topics

In France

Electrically switchable magnetic media for tunable control of quantum states at IPCMS

Semi-classical modelling of open quantum technology platforms at IPCMS

Coherent ultrafast spectroscopy and control of individual Qbits in van der Waals materials at IPCMS

Hybrid 2D heterostructures for spin and quantum information processing at IPCMS

Nuclear quantum Effects and magneto-electric patterns of nanostructured hybrid materials: Insights and design via first-principles Molecular dynamics at IPCMS

Femtosecond magnetization dynamics by Spin Transfer Torque at IPCMS

Atomic-scale spin sensing using a quantum molecular system at the tip apex of a scanning tunneling microscope at IPCMS

Hilbert Space Engineering of Nuclear Spin Qudits at IPCMS

Entanglement Generation and Quantum Sensing via Dissipative State Engineering at IPCMS

Long-range interactions in quantum many-body systems: correlations, excitation and information transfer, interaction engineering at University Strasbourg

 

In Germany

Elastic tuning of electronic state of quantum materials at KIT

Experimental studies of molecular qubits and implementation of optical read-out schemes based on single- and entangled photon sources at KIT

Molecular quantum spintronics combining synthesized magnetic molecules with electrode materials at KIT

Developing new techniques to control and manipulate the magnetiza / MSCAtion dynamics in small magnetic devices with microwave magnetic fields at KIT

Synthesis of molecular spin qudits with increased Hilbert spaces at KIT

Wave packet interference experiments for the investigation of ultrafast dynamics and decoherence effects on the attosecond time scale at University Freiburg

Photonic engineering of energy transfer processes at University Freiburg

Quantum thermodynamics and nonequilibrium master equations at University Freiburg

Theory and simulation of nonequilibrium dynamics in many-body quantum systems at University Freiburg

Experimental Quantum Simulations based on Trapped Ions at University Freiburg

Tailoring properties of the superconducting phase in nanostructured thin films prepared by co-deposition of size selected cluster ions at KIT

Superconducting quantum materials by controlled assembly using co-deposition of size selected cluster ions and a normal conducting matrix at KIT

Creation and manipulation of spin-polarized 2D electron system at the interface between two correlated quantum materials at KIT

 

In Switzerland

Listening to Majorana Zero Modes at IBM Research

Compact qubit coupling schemes at IBM Research

Electronic Structure Calculations for near-term Quantum computers at IBM Research

Topological and spin coherent phases in nanostructures at University Basel

Quantum transport in superconductor-semiconductor nanowire hybrid devices with axially built-in quantum dots as spectrometers at University Basel

Solid-state spins in an optical cavity at University Basel

Scanning probe microscopy of atomic structures and molecular assemblies on superconductive materials at University Basel

Study of thermal transport in low-dimensional materials at University Basel

Casimir Forces in Superconducting Systems at University Basel

Hole Spin Qubits in Ge/Si Nanowires at University Basel

Quantum sensing of condensed matter systems at University Basel

Hybrid quantum networks with atomic memories and quantum dot single-photon sources at University Basel

Development of quantum technologies for molecular systems: quantum sensing of molecular and chemical properties at University Basel

Multi-qubit gates for the efficient exploration of Hilbert space with superconducting qubit systems at IBM Research

Qubit decoherence from two-level fluctuators at IBM Research

Cryogenic Electronics for Qubit Control at IBM Research

 

Information and contact

Browse Qustec website

Contact: qustec@eucor-uni.org

Tel.: (+33) (0)3 68 85 82 93

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