Large scale robust quantum computation with superconducting qubits
A quantum engineering project for scalable quantum processor architecture and quantum control for superconducting qubits.
Start date1 January 2024
Stipend amount £18,622 per annum, fees covered, research training support grants £3000
The aim of this project is to achieve a breakthrough in the problem of how to reliably control the many qubits in an error-free and scalable way. This challenge is one of the scientific bottlenecks holding back quantum computing from reaching its full potential. This ambitious PhD project aims to develop the modelling and algorithms which are required for large scale prototypes (processors with 100s of qubits). The project will involve analytical and numerical techniques in a team-based environment and in collaboration with experimental groups. The project is aligned with the work programme of the EPSRC Quantum computing and simulation hub led by Oxford University and co-funded by the hub and the University of Surrey.
Open to candidates who pay UK/home rate fees.
How to apply
Applications should be submitted via the Physics PhD programme page. In place of a research proposal you should upload a document stating the title of the project that you wish to apply for and the name of the relevant supervisor.
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