The aim of the DLR Institute of Quantum Technologies in Ulm is to develop precision instruments for space applications based on quantum technologies. These devices are then turned into prototypes in close cooperation with industry. The institute thus provides a bridge between fundamental research and industry. Together with the DLR-Institute for Satellite Geodesy and Inertial Sensing in Hanover and the Galileo Competence Center in Oberpfaffenhofen, the institute in Ulm plays a pioneering role in applied quantum technologies. It consists of the four core departments Quantum Metrology, Quantum Information and Communication, Quantum Nanophysics, and Quantum Control of Charged Matter Waves, which are complemented by three cross-sectional departments.
These focus on Quantum Engineering, Integration of Micro- and Nanosystems, and Theoretical Quantum Physics. The institute works in an interdisciplinary way, where fundamental theoretical research and experimental tests meet engineering.
Within the Department of Quantum Nanophysics, we design, realize, and evaluate innovative concepts for earth- and space-based quantum sensors. In this context, we are seeking a researcher experienced in the area of experimental Rydberg physics to work on electromagnetic field sensors. The focus of the position is set on the development of new measurement techniques, prototyping, and the miniaturization of the devices.
The candidate researcher will take a key role in the realization of the project and the communication with external partners from industry and academia.
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