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- PhD position in Quantum Cavity Optomechanics
- Theoretical studies of atoms and molecules in Free Electron Laser fields
- Theory of quantum collective effects in light-matter systems
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Theoretical studies of atoms and molecules in Free Electron Laser fields
A theoretical Ph.D position is available in the field of laser interactions with atoms and molecules for processes available by Free-Electron Lasers. The potential candidate must have a strong background in Quantum-Mechanics and strong computational skills. The position is available immediately in the group of Dr. Agapi Emmanouilidou in Physics and Astronomy at University College London.
For more details for the Ph.D position please contact Dr. Agapi Emmanouilidou at email@example.com