Postdoctoral Positions: Coherent Control Methods and Mesoscopic Physics in Magnetic Resonance

Postdoctoral Positions: Coherent Control Methods and Mesoscopic Physics in Magnetic Resonance

The Transformative Quantum Technologies program (tqt.uwaterloo.ca) at the University of Waterloo, in Canada, has two (or three) open postdoctoral positions. The goals of the projects are to develop mesoscopic spin systems as useful coherent control elements for electron and nuclear magnetic resonance. The experimental systems include coherent control for ensembles of diamond NV centers, optical polarization of P defects in single crystal Si, and spin/cavity interactions beyond radiation damping.

The positions involve a mixture of theory and experiment. For the Si and spin/cavity work, some experience with low temperature physics is helpful, but not essential. Experience with NMR is also not essential, in particular, candidates with applied math backgrounds and knowledge of quantum information theory are very welcome.

Interested candidates should send their CV (or questions) to:

David Cory
Canada First Research Excellence Fund, Transformative Quantum Technologies
Institute for Quantum Computing
University of Waterloo
dcory@uwaterloo.ca