Doctoral/postdoctoral - Quantum information Processing with Semiconductor/superconductor Hybrid Technology

A Postdoc position is available at ETH Zurich. This fellowship is available for all students around the world. Applicants should apply as soon as possible.

The research position concerns the investigation of the use of strong coupled GaAs based double QD (DQD) charge qubits to high impedance microwave resonators based on arrays of Josephson junction or on high kinetic inductance thin films to further test the relevant concepts of semiconductor circuit QED. Furthermore, we will transition to Si based QDs in which a strong natural or induced spin-orbit coupling are expected to allow for making use of the much more coherent spin degree of freedom in DQDs. Circuit QED in the strong coupling limit will allow to interconnect electronic excitations localized in QDs to mobile microwave photons in waveguide structures for quantum non-demolition (QND) read-out of qubits, for remote coupling between qubits, and for communication between on-chip quantum device elements.

The work is part of a close collaboration with the Nanophysics group at the Laboratory for Solid State Physics at ETH Zurich. The position will be available immediately or upon agreement.

The candidate must have a Master/PhD in quantum physics ideally with a solid background in quantum information processing with a particular focus on superconducting circuits and/or semiconductor qubits. The successful candidate is curious to learn new experimental techniques and is eager to expand his current expertise in microwave engineering, signal processing, nano- and micro-fabrication, low-temperature and semiconductor physics, control and measurement automation or data analysis (Mathematica, Matlab, Python, etc).


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