Currently there is one open position for PhD students in the group of Dr. Katja Höflich to work on their Joint-Lab Photonic Quantum Technologies. The work will focus on on the fabrication and ion beam based nanostructuring of two-dimensional (2D) van-der-Waals heterostructures for the low-loss transport of highly confined polaritonic modes.
For more details visit https://fbh-berlin.softgarden.io/job/9268815?l=de.
Prof. Angelo Di Bernardo, Prof. Elke Scheer and Prof. Wolfgang Belzig offer three postdoctoral positions in their groups at University of Konstanz. These positions are part of a FET grant that has just been awarded focusing on gate-tunable superconducting devices, which is in strong connection to their project within the SPP. Details can be found here:
The Bremen Center for Computational Materials Science is hosting an international Psi-K Workshop on "Correlated synthetic quantum matter: theory meets experiment" organized by Tim Wehling (University of Bremen), Roser Valenti (University of Frankfurt) and Angel Rubio (MPI for Structure and Dynamics of Matter, Hamburg). It will take place as an online workshop from February 08 to February 12, 2021. All members of the SPP are invited to participate.
The page of our kickoff meeting in Erfurt was changed and now gives a short overview of what happened during the event as well as a few impressions including both on- and off-site participants. Thanks to everyone for making it an interesting and successful meeting!
Additionally, the important information from the welcome session given by Thomas Heine and Florian Arnold have been published on the Contact page. Please use this as a reference on how to e.g. acknowledge the SPP in publications.