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Training in: Low temperature optical micro-spectroscopy, magnetic and electronic properties of semiconductors, energy band theory and simulation.
Quantum communications is a growing field with great opportunities to develop new devices. As in classical communications, single photons can carry quantum information over long distances thanks to its large coherence times. Writing, reading and interfacing photons with matter also enables quantum logic operations.
III-Sb quantum dots provide a spin state in an artificial atom, a large spin-orbit interaction and a strong optical transition amenable for controlled light-matter interactions. Moreover, when embedding these ingredients into electronic devices the spin state can be manipulated by an external voltage. The researcher will model and characterize devices aiming at transferring the single electronic spin state into the single photon polarization state, and vice versa.
The research will focus on the study of electronic and photonic devices embedding InAsSb and/or InAs/GaAsSb QDs by high resolution optical methods. Novel computational and spectroscopic tools are available and will be further developed along the way.
How to Apply
- An internal application form listing your academic and job records (.docx template available here).
- A free format CV (pdf format max 2 Mb)
- Official documentation such as degree and grades certificates will be required at a later stage.