As a research institute, UCLQ offers PhD students the opportunity to learn about and contribute to cutting edge developments in the field of Quantum Technolgies. Alongside our postgraduate programmes, UCLQ academics may also offer standalone PhD opportunities for specialised projects.
UCL is the home of the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Delivering Quantum Technologies which launched in 2014, with funding for five cohorts. The CDT has now securing funding from EPSRC and our partners to renew the centre for five further cohorts from Autumn 2019.
In addition to the CDT, individual academics often have funding for possible PhD projects. We maintain a full list of all UCLQ staff. It may also be possible to apply to work with a UCLQ academic through their departmental postgraduate portal. Please see the following links below for more information:
Opportunities at the London Centre for Nanotechnology
Academics in the LCN, many of whom are affiliated with UCLQ, may also advertise a PhD project on the institutional website. Please visit their website for more details on these opportunites, and how to apply.