“With 28.000 students and more than 4.500 employees the University of Innsbruck represents the largest and most important institution in research and education in western Austria. Located in the heart of the Alps, the University of Innsbruck offers the best conditions for successful research and teaching. Innsbruck's world-wide renown physics labs and theory groups have been granted a prestigious Doctoral Programme "Atoms, Light, and Molecules" funded by FWF for the second time.
We are recruiting highly motivated and talented student researchers with a masters degree in physics or equivalent for our doctoral programme Atoms, Light, and Molecules.
Topics include chemical physics, astrophysics, ultracold atoms, high-resolution spectroscopy, quantum optics, quantum information, quantum many body systems and machine learning.
If you are inspired by research and have finished your master’s degree in experimental or theoretical physics or a neighbouring discipline with an excellent track record, you may be a candidate for this graduate school, which combines opportunities for top level research with graduate training in a highly collaborative setting. All grad-students are granted scientific visits abroad from Austria for 6 months to build and strengthen international collaborations.
The Doctoral Programme is committed to increase the percentage of female employees in science and therefore explicitly invites women to apply. Successful female and male candidates will become employees of the University with full social security coverage under Austrian national law.
Further information is found at www.uibk.ac.at/dk-alm including Information about the application procedure https://www.uibk.ac.at/dk-alm/application-procedure.html.en.
Part time / 30 hours per week: gross salary per year Euro 30,800.00“
|Intitulé||PhD positions in AMO physics|
|Employer||University of Innsbruck|
|Job location||Technikerstrasse 21-25, 6020 Innsbruck|
|Publié||février 24, 2020|
|Date limite d'inscription||Non Spécifiée|
|Types d'emploi||PhD  |
|Domaines de recherche :||Optique,   Physique expérimentale,   Astrophysique,   Spectroscopie,   Informatique quantique,   Physique atomique, moléculaire et optique,   Physique quantique,   Physique théorique,   Apprentissage automatique,    and 1 more. Physico-chimie  |