VCQ Fellowships

The Vienna Quantum Fellowships Fellowships in Experimental or Theoretical Quantum Science will be awarded both on the PhD- and the postdoc-level on the basis of an international competition. The appointments are for a three-year duration. In addition to a competitive annual salary, Postdoctoral Fellowships offer an annual research expense fund. PhD Fellowships will participate in the Vienna graduate program CoQuS.

The Vienna Quantum Fellowship program has been established with the support from the Austrian Ministry of Science and Research to offer young scientists the best possible opportunity to develop their talents in the environment of the Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology (VCQ).

 

VCQ-Fellows 2014

Philipp Höhn (PhD at Universität Utrecht, The Netherlands)

VCQ-Fellow in the research group of Prof. Brukner at the University of Vienna.

Josuah Slater (PhD at University of Calgary, Canada)

VCQ-Fellow in the research group of Prof. Aspelmeyer at the University of Vienna.

VCQ-Fellows 2013

Photo: J.Godany

Simon Stellmer (PhD at University of Innsbruck)

VCQ-Fellow in the research group of Prof. Schumm at the Institute of Atomic and Subatomiv Physics, Vienna University of Technology.

Photo: J.Godany

Igor Pikovski (PhD at University of Vienna)

VCQ-Fellow in the research group of Prof. Brukner at the University of Vienna.

Photo: J.Godany

Christoph Clausen (PhD at University of Geneva)

VCQ-Fellow in the research group of Prof. Rauschenbeutel at the Institute of Atomic and Subatomic Physics, University of Technology.

Photo: J. Godany

Joseph Cotter (PhD at University of Leeds) 

VCQ-Fellow in the research group of Prof. Arndt at the University of Vienna.

VCQ-Fellows 2012

Clément Sayrin (PhD at ENS, Paris)

VCQ-Fellow in the research group of Prof. Rauschenbeutel at the Institute of Atomic and Subatomic Physics, Vienna University of Technology.

 

Gabriela Barreto Lemos (PhD at UFRJ, Rio De Janeiro)

VCQ-Fellow in the research group of Prof. Zeilinger at the University of Vienna.

 

James Whitfield (PhD at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA)

VCQ-Fellow in the research group of Prof. Verstraete at the University of Vienna.