We are happy to announce that we are in the process of finalizing accession of a new beneficiary. ZULF ITN network will be joined by the Institute of Photonic sciences from Barcelona, represented by the group of prof. Morgan W. Mitchell, a pioneer and world-class expert in quantum process tomography, quantum state tomography, generation of multi-photon NooN states, and measurements of photon distinguishability.
Prof Mitchell is going to take over the research on Ultralow-field nuclear magnetic resonance of liquids in multi-phase materials using advanced optical/atomic magnetometers, that was originally planned for Cambridge.
We also wish to congratulate prof. Lynn Gladden on being appointed the UK Executive Chair of Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. This is a great honour and, though we are sad to see her leave the consortium, we wish her all the best facing this new challenge!
We enter the final phases of the recruitment process.
We no longer accept applications and the candidates selected for interviews have been notified or will be notified very soon. By the end of June we should know the identities of our ESRs and preparations for the start of the scientific portion of the project will begin.
The recruitment for the project is quickly coming to an end. Several positions have already been filled by great candidates. However, we still have one last open position available in the picturesque Rovereto (Italy). See details here or on EURAXESS.
The meeting will take place on the 16th of February 2018 at 9 am in the Conference Room H-0-11, Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science, 11 Łojasiewicza st. Kraków, Poland.
The meeting will include a prelection on the
"New Perspectives of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance"
by prof. Fedor Jelezko from Institute for Quantum Optics, Ulm University.
Plan of the event:
- 09:00 Welcome speech by the Dean of Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science, prof. dr hab. Ewa Gudowska-Nowak
- 09:10 Welcome speech by the Vice-Dean for Infrastructure and Finances, dr hab. Franciszek Krok
- 09:20 Presentation of the project by dr hab. Szymon Pustelny
- 09:40 'New Perspectives of NMR', a talk by prof. Fedor Jelezko, Institute of Quantum Optics, Ulm University
- 10:20 Coffee and questions time