PhD Studentship: Single Microwave Photon detector with trapped electrons (2017)

Geonium Chip

The core of our research activities is the Geonium Chip, a pioneering ion (Penning) trap technology conceived and developed at the University of Sussex. The Geonium Chip has many applications. We are focused in Quantum Technology developing an ultra sensitive sensor of microwave radiation; in Mass Spectrometry developing a scalable Fourier Transform-Ion Cyclotron Resonance (FT-ICR) mass spectrometer; and in Atomic Physics and the physics of strongly correlated electrons.

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Our Team / Open Phd Position

We are a young team always keen on engaging new, talented scientists.
Look at our vacancies section.
Learn about the current members of the team, PhD students, Postdocs.
We do not work alone, and we are very proud of our
academic collaborators and industry partners.

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Publication/Presentations

Learn about the current publication list of the Geonium Chip group: our published articles, book chapters, contributions to conferences and also our Intellectual Property.

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