Our master and bachelor projects are offered within the quantum transport group, contact Ronald Hanson if you are interested by one of our projects.
PhD and postdoc positions
Developing high performance quantum detectors
We will develop high performance single photon detectors with high system detection efficiencies and low noise levels, a challenging project combining nanofabrication and quantum optics experiments. The detectors will be based on superconducting nanowire devices and will be designed to reach unprecedented detection efficiencies to enable new experiments such as the closing of the detection loophole in entanglement experiments. This work will be carried out in Grenoble to take advantage of the outstanding nanofabrication facilites available there, in close collaboration with the Zwiller group in Delft.
A postdoc position and a PhD position are currently open for this project. contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Master projects and Bachelor projects
Are available year round. Contact us to discuss possible projects.
Completed master projects
- Niels Los: Integrated semiconductor photon sources and superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors
- Iman Esmaeil Zadeh: Multi-Pixel Superconducting Single Photon Detectors: Towards Imaging Sensors
- Esteban Bermúdez Ureña: Towards efficiency enhancement in superconducting nanowire single photon detectors
- Maria Barkelid: Single Silicon p-i-n Nanowire Avalanche Photodiodes for Single Photon Detection
- Gerben Tuin: Optical characterization of Wurtzite Indium Phosphide
Work done at Lund University in the group of Prof. L. Samuelson
- Antal van Kolck: THz time domain spectroscopy gain measurements on THz quantum cascade lasers
January 2010, work done at ETH Zurich in the group of Prof. J. Faist
- Anne Hidma: Charge tunable single nanowire quantum dots
- Sander Dorenbos: Fabrication and characterization of superconducting detectors for single photon counting
- Freek Kelkensberg: Nano-LEDs for quantum optics
- Gabriele Bulgarini: Nanowire-based Quantum Photonics
- Barbara Witek: Quantum Dot Spin Engineering for Quantum Optics