Postdoctoral position in
Integrated Quantum Devices with Atoms and Photons
Start Date: Summer 2021
Georgia Tech School of Physics
Chandra Raman Lab
Love atoms and photons? Finishing your Ph.D. and want to build your skills in this amazing growth field by learning to make cool gadgets on chip? If so, this position might be right for you. Dr. Chandra Raman of Georgia Tech’s School of Physics seeks a postdoctoral scientist to join a collaborative and fun team that builds state-of-the-art, integrated, chip-scale quantum devices using atoms and photons. This postdoc will join the dynamic Raman Lab in the School of Physics at Georgia Tech, which is home to the world-class IEN (Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology) http://ien.gatech.edu/ cleanroom facilities. The position represents a unique opportunity to be part of an interdisciplinary research team including physicists and engineers at the frontier between AMO science and quantum device engineering. You will gain skills useful for both a faculty career as well as the burgeoning quantum industry. Candidates interested in the position will have (or will shortly receive) a PhD in experimental AMO physics, cavity QED and/or atomic photonics, with a strong interest in realizing novel quantum devices using neutral atoms. The research team is part of a collaborative effort between Chandra Raman’s Lab and Ali Adibi’s group in Georgia Tech’s school of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
How to apply: Any candidate interested in applying for the position should send a curriculum vitae, list of publications and contact information for up to three references to Professor Chandra Raman at firstname.lastname@example.org . The Raman Lab strives to be a diverse and inclusive work environment–we strongly encourage applications from women, minorities and underrepresented groups. Georgia Tech is located in sunny, cosmopolitan and affordable Atlanta, and is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Full benefits information for the position can be found at the link below: