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Utrecht University's Faculty of Humanities is looking for a Postdoc position in the Horizon2020 project “Integrity” (0.8 FTE). Are you interested? Then please …
Design Si quantum wells, fabricate devices, and measure their electrical properties
Quantum computation is the man on the moon goal of the current second quantum revolution. How will we get there? Join us in our mission to turn everyday silicon into the quantum computing wonder material! To make this dream come true, we have partnered with the leading semiconductor industry towards high volume manufacturing of Si qubits. The aim of this PhD is to tackle key material challenges relevant for qubit operation, such as understanding and engineering valley splitting in Si quantum wells. This is crucial for obtaining high-fidelity qubits for higher temperature operation. Specifically you will design Si quantum wells, fabricate devices, and measure their electrical properties at low temperature and high magnetic field.
A master's degree is required to enrol in a PhD programme at the TU Delft and to apply for these positions. Candidates with a master degree in physics or electrical engineering are desired. Candidates with interest/experience in experimental techniques such as crystal growth, micro/nanofabrication, or cryogenic measurements are strongly encouraged to apply or enquire (email@example.com). Applications should contain a single .zip file (yourname.zip) with the following documents (all as PDFs): CV (3 page max), motivation letter (1 page), a list of potential references.
Delft University of Technology (the TU Delft) is a multifaceted institution offering education and carrying out research in the technical sciences at an internationally recognised level. Education, research and design are strongly oriented towards applicability. The TU Delft develops technologies for future generations, focusing on sustainability, safety and economic vitality. At the TU Delft you will work in an environment where technical sciences and society converge. The TU Delft comprises eight faculties, unique laboratories, research institutes and schools.
QuTech is an advanced research centre for quantum computing and quantum internet, a collaboration founded by the TU Delft and TNO. QuTech addresses scientific challenges as well as engineering issues in a joint center of know-how with industrial partners.
Within the Scappucci Lab at QuTech, we design, realise, and study electron and hole systems in strained silicon/germanium quantum wells and explore the capabilities of these materials for quantum computation. We are part of the Fault Tolerant Quantum Computing scientific roadmamp at QuTech focusing on spin qubits.