Please note that Admissions for 2018 entry are now closed.
EPSRC Doctoral Studentships
We will be offering studentships for the combined 1+3 MSc/PhD in Quantum Engineering starting in October 2018. This covers the tuition fees and a tax free monthly stipend. These fully funded studentships will be offered in the following reasearch areas:
Optimal control of quantum matter
Quantum simulation of materials on a quantum computer
Microwave quantum optics
Mechanical gravimeters at the quantum limits
Quantum mechanical oscillators for sensing
In addition to the above, we offer the following studentships:
Toshiba Joint Project Studentship
Semiconductor Quantum Devices
The PhD project will involve experiments on semiconductor devices and circuits that can be used to generate, manipulate and detect quantum states of light and explore their applications in quantum information technology. The work is mostly experimental in nature and will involve the design, fabrication and characterisation of photonic devices based on semiconductor quantum dots. The project will realise discrete components and photonic integrated circuits that can be applied to long distance quantum communications (quantum relays and repeaters), as well as quantum information processing.
NPL Partner Studentships
The following Partner Studentships are available through the National Physical Laboratory (NPL).
- Collision of Light in Ultra-High-Q Microresonators
- Linear ion traps for optical atomic clocks
- Quantum engineering in optical lattice clocks
Students choosing to work with either Toshiba or NPL will join the EPSRC funded doctoral training cohort for the first year MSc: the academic courses, labwork and cohort activities are exactly the same. You will then undrtake your research project with either Toshiba or NPL.