Engineer position with the Quantum Communications group at University of Barcelona
The recently established group in Quantum Communications@UB is hiring an engineer to work on the project “Hardware for Quantum Communications” within the Programa de Comunicaciones Cuànticas. The candidate will be supervised by Prof. Bruno Julia Diaz, part of the Many-Body Quantum Physics with Atoms and Light group (https://manboqu.fqa.ub.edu). They will also work in close collaboration with Prof. Marti Duocastella (Dynamic Optical Systems Lab, www.ub.edu/dlight) and Prof. Jose Maria Gomez Cama.
The project aims at developing a novel source of entangled photons with enhanced emission efficiency. Combining theoretical with experimental work, the key idea is to use a commercial two-photon polymerization printer to grow resonating structures around quantum dots. Ideally, the emission of the dot will be monitored continuously during the process allowing us to improve the device fabrication.
Candidates should hold a degree in engineering, physics, or related fields, at the starting date of the contract. They are expected to have expertise in quantum technologies.
The position is offered for two years, and it is expected to begin no later than September 2023. Gross annual salary ranging from 25.000€ about 33.000€ per year, depending on the experience. This includes social security and public healthcare benefits, covering spouse and children.
Application procedure and deadline:
Please fill out this form with your information and the information of two referees who will provide recommendation letters for you.
Once you submit this form you will receive an email with instructions on how to upload your application materials:
- Curriculum Vitae
- List of publications
- Cover letter including research experience and interests (2 pages max).
The referees will receive an email with instructions on how to upload their letters.
Please note that your application will not be complete until you and at least one referee have uploaded the corresponding documents.
The application deadline is January 27th, 2023.
Inquiries about the application submission can be directed to Esther Pallarés (email@example.com)
For inquiries about the scientific aspects, please contact Bruno Julia, firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Institute of Cosmos Sciences:
The Institute of Cosmos Sciences is a research institute of the University of Barcelona. It is an interdisciplinary center dedicated to fundamental research in the fields of cosmology, astrophysics, and particle physics. In addition, the institute has a strong technology program through its participation in international collaborations in observational astronomy and experimental particle physics.
As part of the University of Barcelona, the ICCUB is a recipient of the European Commission’s HR Excellence in Research (HRS4R) Award, which recognises, among other achievements, respect for equal opportunities and the capacity to attract talent in a positive working environment that promotes the pursuit of successful research careers. The ICCUB respects the principles of open, transparent, merit-based selection. We strongly encourage women and underrepresented minorities to apply. For additional information please see the Diversity, equity and inclusion Commission.
The ICCUB is located in Barcelona, considered the 8th World's Best Cities 2021: one with near-perfect weather year-round, miles and miles of beaches, iconic parks, striking architecture and colorful neighborhoods that march to their own beat—artistic, sophisticated, bohemian. Moreover, it is a pole of attraction for the technology sector, a top choice to establish a company in this sector, and it hosts some of the world's major technological events, such as the Mobile World Congress and the Smart City Expo. In addition, Barcelona and its metropolitan area is a leading destination on the map of global technological ecosystems and has infrastructures such as science parks, universities and the 22@ district.
Contract financed by the European Union-NextGenerationEU-MICIIN(PRTR-C17. I1) and by the Generalitat de Catalunya.