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PhD Scholarships at the University of New South Wales

2015-03-18 07:21:26

$26K per annum per PhD (with supplement)
PhD student: Silicon Quantum Computation 
Closing Date: 30 June 2015 or until position filled 

Position Description
We seek an outstanding and enthusiastic PhD candidate to work in silicon-based quantum computation at the Centre of Excellence. Following our recent success in measuring spin- read out of atomically precise qubit devices this project will extend the work to multi-qubit devices with ESR control. The candidates will design, develop and measure multi-qubit devices, where they will learn a wide range of techniques from single atom manipulation, device processing and low noise, high frequency electrical measurements at cryogenic temperatures. The candidates will work as part of a dedicated team of researchers in this world-leading group.

PhD Student: Silicon Atomic-Electronics
Closing Date: 30 June 2015 or until position filled

Position Description
We seek an outstanding and enthusiastic PhD candidate to work on an industrially-relevant project in atomic-scale silicon devices at the Centre of Excellence. The candidate will develop and electrically characterize a novel quantum integrated circuit chip based on atomically precise three dimensional architectures. The project is supported by the US Semiconductor Research Corporation who works closely to define the ITRS roadmap. The candidate will learn the latest techniques in our internationally unique atomic manipulation program in how to make and measure devices with atomic-scale precision. The candidate will join a dedicated team of researchers in this world-leading group.


For further information on the projects please contact Professor Michelle Simmons on
+612 9385 6313, email michelle.simmons@unsw.edu.au, or see the following website: http://www.cqc2t.org/employment. The scholarships are valued at AUD$26,000 per annum with a supplement of up to $5000 per annum for first class degrees or equivalent and is available for up to three-and-a-half years. The successful scholarship applicant will be expected to enrol for a PhD degree and should have higher class undergraduate or Masters degree or equivalent, in Physics, Applied Physics, Material Science or a related subject. Applicants with a Masters degree are also encouraged to apply.

Applicants should submit a written application, with reference number PhD-Simmons, containing a complete resume including telephone numbers, email address, copies of academic transcripts and qualifications, and the full contact details of three academic referees to: Professor Michelle Simmons, School of Physics, University of New South Wales, Sydney NSW 2052. It is advisable to send an email confirming that you have sent your application to michelle.simmons@unsw.edu.au. You should get a confirmation within 1 week, otherwise please call Prof. Simmons on +612 9385 6313. The scholarships will remain open until filled.

Contact:
Professor Michelle Simmons
Email: michelle.simmons@unsw.edu.au