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Current Vacancies within CQP

8 September 2015

Deadlines are quickly approaching for positions within the Centre for Quantum Photonics (CQP) and the newly established Quantum Engineering Technology Labs (QET Labs) within the University of Bristol.

The CQP and the wider QET Labs is a global centre for research, development and entrepreneurship in the emerging quantum technology industry. With world-leading facilities, core expertise in photonic quantum technologies and quantum systems engineering and with over 100 researchers working on cutting-edge research, QET Labs is an international node for collaboration with industrial and academic world leaders, including the EPSRC UK Quantum Technology Hub Network.

The following lecturer positions are available:

  1. Lecturer in Quantum Photonics within the School of Physics.

  2. Lecturer in Photonic Quantum Engineering within the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

  3. Lecturer in Quantum Engineering within the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Quantum Engineering.

Candidates for all three posts should hold a PhD and have an excellent record of accomplishments in quantum science and technology and a growing international research profile, as evidenced by the quality of publications. The closing date for lecturer applications is Sunday 20th September 2015.

In addition, we have vacancies for a number of research scientists and engineers working as part of the EPSRC-funded Quantum Technology Hubs in Quantum Communications and in Quantum Imaging. The following positions are currently available:

  1. Research Assistant/Associate in Quantum Cryptography in Networks

  2. Research Hardware Engineer

  3. Research Software Engineer

  4. Research Engineer/Physicist in Quantum Enhanced Sensing and Metrology.

The successful candidates will work closely with the respective Hub teams at Bristol including Prof Mark Thompson, Prof John Rarity, Prof Dimitra Simeonidou and Dr Jonathan Matthews. The closing date for Hub applications is Sunday 13th September 2015.


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