Participation in the DFG project "Development of deterministic quantum-light sources from InP-based quantum dots in the telecom c-band" focusing on the development and optical as well as quantum optical investigations of quantum-light sources based on InP quantum dots for applications in fiber-based quantum communication.
Successfully completed university degree (Master, Diplom or equivalent) in physics or similar courses with in-depth knowledge and experience in the development and optical study of nanophotonic semiconductor structures and single-photon sources, in particular in the context of final degree work, preferably in the field of arsenide semiconductors and/or quantum dot based semiconductor devices; experience in the field of semiconductor processing and in optical and / or quantum optical spectroscopy are desirable; as well as the readiness for interdisciplinary cooperation with external project partners. A good command of German and/or English is required; willingness to learn either English or German is expected.
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