Join the Quantum Technology Revolution – PhD positions available now

QuantIC, the UK’s Quantum Technology Hub in Quantum Enhanced Imaging is recruiting for up to five fully funded studentships in quantum imaging.

A QuantIC studentship offers students an opportunity to conduct exciting and challenging research training in a collaborative environment across our academic partner institutions. With access to world leading facilities and expertise, students will experience a wealth of approaches to their learning and develop a range of new and transferrable skills, enhancing their employability and become research leaders of the future in this transformational area of quantum imaging.

If you are a physicist with an interest in technology, an engineer with an entrepreneurial flare, or a theorist with an interest in applied problems, join QuantIC now and help us shape the future of imaging technology.

Entry Requirements

Places will be awarded on a competitive basis. Applicants must have a 1st class or 2.1 degree at MPhys or MEng level (or equivalent) from a computing, mathematical, physical sciences or engineering programme. Exceptional candidates with BSc or BEng qualifications will also be considered.

To apply, please submit your CV with a cover letter indicating why you are interested in the studentship. Closing date for applications is Thursday 30th July 2020.

To submit an application or to make informal enquiries, please contact Catherine McNeil at info@quantic.ac.uk

View the current projects available here – Awarded Studentships

About QuantIC

QuantIC is the UK Quantum Technology Hub in Quantum Enhanced Imaging set up to facilitate collaborations between academia and industry to revolutionise imaging across industrial, scientific and consumer markets. Our vision is to pioneer a family of multidimensional cameras operating across a range of wavelengths, timescales, length-scales, creating a new industrial landscape for imaging systems and their applications in the UK.

One of four Hubs, QuantIC is supported by the UK government’s National Quantum Technologies Programme which aims to place the UK in a world-leading position in the emerging multi-billion-pound quantum technology market.