They will contribute to the creation, the development and the animation of the ecosystem through actions supported by Grenoble-Alpes University. The QuEnG program provides a unique opportunity to develop a network both in the private and in the academic sector, and to become one of the future quantum engineers.
Eligibility criteriaScholarships will be attributed on the following topics:
- quantum hardware,
- quantum software,
- qubit/photon interface,
- quantum sensing,
- energetic and entropic footprints of quantum processing,
- societal and philosophical aspects of quantum theory and quantum technologies,
- along the lines of the project Quantum Engineering Grenoble
Applicants have to meet the following main criteria:
- Outstanding or excellent Master’s degree or equivalent qualification
- Capacity or good previous knowledge in Quantum Computing, Quantum Technology, Philosophy or Sociology of Science, Mathematics
- Outstanding references
Any local actor of the site can propose a candidate. To have the information in real time, it is essential to be registered on the mailing list email@example.com. To be approached by candidates, it is also highly recommended to appear on the QuEnG directory.
The evaluation criteria will be primarily the excellence of the candidates, the interdisciplinary and / or intersectoral character of the project, and the adequacy with the objectives of the WorkPackages described in the QuEnG project. It is mandatory that the PhD projects clearly involve collaborations between different area of knowledge/sectors. Possible options involve industrial coaching, co-supervised PhDs, or twinned PhDs.
To propose a project relevant for the community, you must have approached the leader of your targeted WP much before the deadline.
From 1769 euros/month (without teaching) to 2100 euros/month (with teaching) before taxes, with additional research grants ranging from 5 k€ to 40 k€.
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