PhD thesis

 
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PhD in Quantum Photonics – 3D photonic quantum circuits

We are looking for an excellent PhD student to realize quantum photonic architectures in 3d. By 3D direct laser writing combined with precision nanofabrication we are merging single photon integrated photonic circuits from different platforms by heterogeneous integration. 

https://www.kip.uni-heidelberg.de/photon/
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PhD in Quantum Photonics – Waveguide integrated single photon sources based on nanodiamonds

We aim to implement efficient single photon sources for photonic quantum computing based on color centers in diamond. Nanodiamonds will be embedded in nanophotonic cavities within integrated photonic circuits. Realize fundamental quantum gates using photonic integrated circuits.

https://www.kip.uni-heidelberg.de/photon/
Wolfram Pernice
PhD in Quantum Photonics – Chip-based control of neutral atom quantum computers

We are looking for a talented PhD student to develop photonic integrated circuits to drive large-scale neutral atom quantum computers. Your task will be to design active photonic chip systems for advanced optical control of multi-qubit systems.

https://www.kip.uni-heidelberg.de/photon/
Wolfram Pernice
PhD in Silicon Photonics – Development of novel electro-chemical actuators on silicon waveguides

Develop reconfigurable integrated photonic circuits based on novel electro-chemical actuators. Silicon waveguide circuits combined with material development will be used to create photonic switching networks and signal processing unit

https://www.kip.uni-heidelberg.de/photon/
Wolfram Pernice
PhD in Quantum Photonics – Diamond photonic quantum circuits

Realize diamond photonic quantum interfaces for spin-based quantum computing. The goal of the project is to realize strongly coupled photonic cavity devices for enabling noisy intermediate-scale quantum systems.

https://www.kip.uni-heidelberg.de/photon/
Wolfram Pernice
PhD in Quantum Photonics – Development of photonic circuits for high-bandwidth quantum communication

We are looking for a bright PhD student to implement photonic circuits for quantum key distribution. We are building high bandwidth quantum communication links and will develop parallel information transfer using wavelength division multiplexing on a single photon level.

https://www.kip.uni-heidelberg.de/photon/
Wolfram Pernice
PhD in Neuromorphic Photonics – Development of ultrahigh throughput neuromorphic processors

We are looking for an outstanding PhD student to realize photonic processors for artificial intelligence applications. Your task is to implement ultrafast photonic circuits for photonic computing and artificial neural networks.

https://www.kip.uni-heidelberg.de/photon/
Wolfram Pernice