Quantum computing has never been a more exciting field to join. Every year, new labs and industry start-ups appear with the hope of obtaining a competitive edge in quantum computation. Working in the Eriksson group gives you hands-on skills to experimentally implement quantum information processing in the solid state. Opportunities are available for all backgrounds, described below.
Ph.D. Graduate Students
Our quantum science research is expanding in exciting new directions, and we are looking for outstanding graduate students looking to grow into even more outstanding Ph.D. physicists.
Current graduate students in the Ph.D. program are encouraged to contact Mark Eriksson if they are interested in pursuing their Ph.D. research in our group.
Prospective graduate students interested in the Ph.D. program should apply to the UW-Madison Physics department and are encouraged to contact Mark Eriksson if they are potentially interested in pursuing their Ph.D. research in our group.
The Eriksson group is seeking a quantum computing postdoc for experiments in semiconductor quantum dot qubits. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in physics and experience with experimental methods in solid-state quantum physics. These could include, for example, some of the following: experience with clean-room fabrication, high-frequency electronics, or cryogenics. In addition, the individual should be self-motivating and provide a positive and collaborative attitude in a lab atmosphere.
Applicants should send a CV and cover letter to Mark Eriksson.