Open projects

Motivated, talented students are always welcome to join the team.

Typical Master/Internship projects might involve:

  • synthesis, characterisation and spectroscopy of novel photonic materials;
  • construction of optical laser setups and electronics;
  • design, fabrication and characterization of nanostructures;

Potential PhD students are encouraged to contact via email to discuss potential openings and research interests.

PhD opening: Crystalline membranes for quantum technologies

The project aims to pioneer a hybrid interface merging rare-earth doped nanomaterials with superconducting circuits, catalyzing advancements in quantum storage and transduction applications.

Master project: Novel rare-earth materials for quantum technologies

The goal of the project is to develop and characterise novel crystalline materials useful for quantum information processing.

Master project: Crystalline membranes for quantum optomechanics

The goal of the project is to develop a novel optomechanics platform using crystalline oxide thin films.

Master project: Quantum photonics with crystalline nanomaterials

The project concerns the characterisation of nanophotonic structures for hybrid interface with rare-earth ion doped nanomaterials.