The Center for Integrated Quantum Science and Technology (IQST) in Baden-Württemberg (Stuttgart & Ulm), Germany invites applications for a two-year IQST postdoctoral fellowship. The fellowship is meant to provide young scientists, of unusual ability and promise, an opportunity to start research on a problem of their choice within the stimulating environment of IQST. The proposed research plan of the applicant should contribute to the overall goals and efforts of IQST; in particular, research plans that support the effort of collaboration between different disciplines, industry, and campuses will be viewed most favorably. Successful applicants will be hosted by an IQST Fellow for administrative and equipment support. Salary is based on a TVöD E13 Full-time position.
Please consult the website www.iqst.org for more information about the IQST Fellows, the center’s research topics, and application details.
For any questions about your application before submission, please contact
Prof. Dr. Tilman Pfau (director), University of Stuttgart
Prof. Dr. Joachim Ankerhold (co-director), Ulm University
Dr. Mahdieh Schmidt (scientific manager), University of Stuttgart
At the Center for Integrated Quantum Science and Technology in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, new technological approaches are generated from quantum physics. The Center stimulates synergies between the fields of natural and engineering sciences to form a new discipline: "Quantum Science and Technology". We develop ideas and prototypes for future quantum technologies, which push the boundaries of existing knowledge and devices. In parallel we purpose to educate pioneering researchers in quantum science in an interdisciplinary, collaborative environment. We foster future industrial applications, which will have a positive impact on society, e.g. in the field of medicine or in telecommunications networks.
About Center for IQST
The center for Integrated Quantum Science and Technology (IQST) in Baden-Württemberg (Stuttgart and Ulm), Germany is a research partnership between the University of Stuttgart, Ulm University and the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart. We research, develop and implement quantum technologies of future.