Find out more about current vacancies for PhD studentships and postdoctoral fellowships in the centre.
We accept year round applications for PhD opportunities in our Doctoral and Industry Training Academy. Our aim is to train the next generation of quantum theorists and engineers, allowing you to work in emerging technologies such as quantum computing, quantum simulation, quantum imaging, quantum clocks and quantum networks. You'll benefit from access to our unique facilities including specialised lasers, clean room and microchip production, Terahertz imaging, ultrafast science including high energy lasers, quantum integrated photonics including microcombs, vacuum technologies, state of the art sensors and electronics subsystem production facilities.
PhD Studentship in Hybrid Quantum Communication and Sensing Networks funded by SEPnet SME-Doctoral Training Network
Development of a Quantum Microwave Sensor for the Neutrino Mass Measurement in the Geonium Chip group
Research Fellow opportunities
We have year round opportunities for specialist research fellowships on a wide range of projects. Please check the individual research group pages for further details.
- Research Fellow in Quantum Technology in the Ion Trap Cavity-QED and Molecular Physics group
- Sussex Quantum Computing Industry Fellow in the Ion Quantum Technology group
- Research Fellow in Trapped Ion Quantum Computing in the Ion Quantum Technology group
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