University of Bristol
The programme supports the understanding of sound fundamental scientific principles. From the 1st year of study, students are placed in a laboratory environment and asked to undertake both individual and group research projects. The course supports students in the development of leadership skills and in the creation of personal support networks, and offers a foundation for developing and completing a PhD project. This, together with training in a variety of complementary skills such as entrepreneurship and project management, provides an opportunity to learn and understand the foundations of quantum physics and then apply them to real world situations.
We are seeking candidates with backgrounds in physical science, engineering, computer science and mathematics. Applicants should have an upper 2nd Class degree in a relevant subject (or equivalent qualification).
Year 1: Foundations of quantum information and quantum communications; classical and quantum optics; systems engineering; advanced quantum information theory; quantum electronic devices (concepts, design and fabrication). Years 2 and 4: A PhD research project.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Quantum Engineering Centre for Doctoral Training||Bristol||BS8 1FD||South West|