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PhD

Starting in October 2021, we are seeking a PhD student each for

1. Quantum-enhanced interferometry for new physics

2. Accreditation of quantum simulators

Funding available for UK students. Exceptional international & EU students can be nominated for scholarships. Apply here. Deadline: January 04, 2021 

For informal enquires, email (animesh dot datta at warwick dot ac dot uk) with your CV, explaining your strengthens and suitability for the project.

Other sources of scholarships include the Commonwealth scholarships, Newton Fund, and John Monash scholarships.

PDRA/Postdoc

We are seeking a PDRA/Postdoc each for the following projects. Formal application procedure and deadlines will be announced shortly.

1. Quantum-enhanced interferometry for new physics

2. Quantum sensing of complex quantum systems

Intertested candidates can contact me (animesh dot datta at warwick dot ac dot uk) with your CV, explaining your strengthens and suitability for the project.

Fellowship applications

Enquiries from outstanding candidates in quantum information science who seek support for external fellowship applications are welcome at any time. All of these applications require endorsement from our research group and the department.

So, get in touch (animesh dot datta at warwick dot ac dot uk) well in advance of the deadlines with your CV, publication list, and cover letter detailing your suitability for potential fellowships.

Potential sources of funding include Newton International Fellowships, Royal Commission for the exhibition of 1851, EPSRC, The Leverhume Society, Marie Curie actions, JSPS, SNSF, The Branco Weiss Foundation, US NSF, Canadian NSERC, University of Warwick (IAS), AXA Research Fund.

There may also be fellowships available from your home country as well as other institutions.


Undergraduate/Masters/Summer projects

Get in touch (animesh dot datta at warwick dot ac dot uk) only if you are in the third year or above and have exceptionally strong grades. We may be able to find something to work on.

We can also accommodate talented and committed undergraduate (third year, over 80% aggregate) students for short research projects in the group over summer through the Warwick Undergraduate Research Scholarship Scheme (URSS). Enquires from suitable students are welcome at all times, although advanced expressions of interest for summer projects is advised.