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Faculty Position in Experimental Physics

The Faculty of Applied Sciences, Department of Quantum Nanoscience at Delft University of Technology invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Experimental Physics. Consideration of applications at the Associate or Full Professor level position may be given to exceptionally well-qualified individuals.

Candidates must be able to demonstrate the ability to develop a highly successful independent research program and to participate effectively in the teaching of the applied physics curriculum at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Research areas of interest include, but are not limited to, for example, optics and photonics, nanostructure science and technology, novel sensing methods, condensed-matter physics, and materials physics. Direct experience in nanoscience is not required, however, candidates should be able to indicate how their research can contribute to one of the following themes of research, quantum transduction, quantum sensing or (building) quantum materials. Applicants who wish to pursue interdisciplinary research efforts are strongly encouraged to apply. Current research directions in the Department of Quantum Nanoscience include nanophotonics, quantum optomechanics, quantum optics, quantum transport, mesoscopic physics, and condensed-matter physics.

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Faculty Position Quantum Optics Theory

Delft University of Technology invites applications for a faculty position in theoretical physics at the Quantum Nanoscience (QN) department, with a focus on the area of quantum optics and with an interest in quantum networking. Consideration of applications for a tenured associate or full professor level position may be given to exceptionally well qualified individuals.

We are looking for an excellent theoretical scientist with recognized expertise in quantum optics. The ideal candidate finds inspiration in collaborations with both quantum information theorists and experimentalists. Candidates should have a successful scientific track record and be able to formulate an independent research program addressing current scientific and technological challenges. The candidate is expected to participate in the teaching of courses offered by the Applied Physics faculty both at the undergraduate and at the graduate level.

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