The University College of London has one place available for an overseas candidate on our PhD programme in Quantum Technologies, available to exceptional applicants, and with a preference for those interested in experimental research.
- The studentship is fully funded for 4 years (including all university tuition fees, the standard salary for London-based PhD students, and a research/travel budget), and is open to applicants from any nationality.
- The programme consists of a first year of courses/labs/short-projects focused on quantum technologies, followed by a 3-year research phase (the PhD project).
- Students select and design their 3-year PhD project towards the end of the first year, choosing from a set of about 25 research groups at UCL as well as about 20 industrial partners associated with the programme.
If you are interested in pursuing a PhD in quantum technologies in London, please contact John J.L. Morton, Professor in Nanoelectronics/Nanophotonics at email@example.com or visit http://www.ucl.ac.uk/qsd/vacancies