Theory Ph.D. position in Neuromorphic computing

(part-time 75 %, E 13 TV-L)

Reference number: 2024/017. The start date is by agreement. The position is available initially up-to 4 years.

The University of Konstanz is one of eleven Universities of Excellence in Germany. Since 2007 it has been successful in the German Excellence Initiative and its follow-up programme, the Excellence Strategy.

The AG Zilberberg group at the University of Konstanz is inviting applications for a graduate student on the project “Coherent phase logic“. The successful candidate will contribute to a collaborative and interdisciplinary research on quantum engineered system, involving many-body physics, out-of-equilibrium settings, quantum optics, and nonlinear dynamics. The working language is English and German.

Your Responsibilities

    • Develop algorithms and schemes for harnessing phase logic for quantum and classical parallel computing
    • Employ and augment the theoretical framework describing these systems

Your Competencies

    • Candidates should hold a M.Sc. (or equivalent) in one of the following areas: Physics with a focus on either quantum optics, solid state, or computational physics
    • Outstanding promise and originality in research
    • Proven research experience with programming and numerical methods for quantum systems is essential
    • Ability to work independently and collaboratively

We Offer

    • Good development opportunities, extensive training and an attractive remuneration package
    • Collaboration in a visionary, competent team

Questions can be directed to Prof. Dr. Zilberberg, via e-mail: by phone: (+ 49 (0)7531 / 88 –5619).

We look forward to receiving your application with the usual documents until 01.03.2024 via our Online Application Portal.

The University of Konstanz is committed to ensuring an environment that provides equal opportunities and promotes diversity as well as a good balance between university and family life. As an equal opportunity employer, we strive to increase the number of women working in research and teaching. We also support working couples through our dual career programme. Persons with disabilities are explicitly encouraged to apply. They will be given preference if appropriately qualified (contact, + 49 7531 88-4016).



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