QCQT PhD School

PhD School «Quantum Computing and Quantum Technology»

Join us as a PhD student in our  QCQT PhD School (established in 2017) at the Department of PhysicsUniversity of Basel.

The QCQT PhD school brings together over 13 research groups from both theoretical and experimental quantum science and quantum technology at the University of Basel and cooperates closely with EUCOR – the European campus. Together, we are offering an excellent graduate program covering basic courses, advanced seminars, summer/winter schools and workshops, performing research at the forefront of quantum science and quantum technology.

Further, the program also provides soft skill courses, industry contacts, and an international, interdisciplinary and thriving environment in strong exchange with partner programs and centers such as the NCCR QSIT. We are aiming at attracting outstanding PhD students from in- and outside of Switzerland and providing training at the forefront of QCQT research.

The main areas of research are quantum computing, quantum measurements, spintronics and quantum magnonics, quantum sensing, quantum optics and cold atoms, quantum transport and nanoelectronics, topological properties of condensed matter systems, and quantum communication.

Find out more

Visit the QCQT PhD School site, learn more about research groups, available projects, fellowships, find out more about the program and get information about Application Deadlines and Criteria!

Our QCQT Excellence Fellows

Learn more about becoming an Excellence Fellow of the QCQT PhD School!

Phd in the Zumbühl Group

Education
  • MSc: Univ. of Basel, 2017
  • BSc: Univ. of Basel, 2015
Research topics
Tunnel spectroscopy of GeSi and InAs wire systems

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Timothy Camenzind

Phd in the Loss Group

Education
  • Dipl. d'Ingénieur, ECP, Paris, 2017
  • MSc: BME, Budapest, 2017
  • BSc: BME, Budapest, 2015

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Tamás Haidekker Galambos

Phd in the Bruder Group

Education
  • MSc: KITP, Karlsruhe, 2016
  • BSc: KITP, Karlsruhe, 2014
Research topics
Quantum optomechanics, quantum synchronization and quantum optics

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Martin Koppenhöfer

Phd in the Klinovaja Group

Education
  • MSc: Univ. of Basel, 2017
  • BSc: Univ. of Basel, 2014
Research topics
Topological systems with strong electron-electron interactions, topological quantum computation

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Katharina Laubscher

Phd in the Warburton Group

Education
  • MSc: Univ. of Basel, 2017
  • BSc: Univ. of Basel, 2015
Research topics
Nano-Photonics with van der Waals heterostructures

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Nadine Leisgang

Phd in the Loss Group

Education
  • MSc: Univ. of Heidelberg, 2016
  • BSc: Univ. of Zürich, 2014

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Yanick Volpez

Funding & collaboration