The cross-disciplinary Quantum Engineering programme from Univ. Grenoble-Alpes and the Grenoble Quantum Engineering European COFUND programme offer 15 PhD positions over 2 calls in 2018. We invite outstanding students to join our doctoral programmes, training the next generation of quantum engineers.
LANEF and Nanosciences Foundation doctoral programmes offer 4 PhD positions in condensed matter physics and nanosciences and applications to electrical energy and healthcare.
The deadline for the next common call is 2018, April 11th.
More details can be found below:
=> The GreQuE doctoral programme is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action supported by the European Union. It will provide the laureates with a double training involving fundamental research in top-level laboratories and strong industrial exposure through internships within our network of industrial partners.
=> The QuEnG doctoral programme is funded by the Univ. Grenoble-Alpes and aims to foster a cross-disciplinary ecosystem for quantum technologies. The laureates will pursue high-level research at the interface between physics, mathematics, computer sciences, social sciences, philosophy, or with industrial coaching.
=> The LANEF doctoral programme supports PhD training of outstanding students. The thesis will be prepared in one of the five laboratories on a topic related to one or several of the following thematics: photonics and semiconductors, spintronics and nanomagnetism, quantum nanoelectronics, breakthroughs for electrical energy, advanced superconductivity, new frontiers in cryogenics, nanosensors and nanomaterials for healthcare and biology, theoretical and computational physics.
=> The Nanosciences Foundation doctoral programme supports PhD training of outstanding students who have not been taken their master degrees in a French university or high level school of engineers. This restriction is not valid for those who have been following the Erasmus European programme or those who have attended only the second year of the master in France. The thesis will be prepared in one (or several) of the 33 laboratories of the Foundation’s network. The topic has to be related to nanosciences and nanotechnologies, focusing on quantum nanoelectronics, nanomagnetism and spintronics, nanophotonics, molecular electronics, nanomaterials-nanobonding-nanostructuration, nanocharacterization and nanometrology, nano-approaches to life sciences, nanomodelling, theory and simulation.
If eligibility criteria are met, students are invited to apply to several of these programmes.