Honors & Awards

Call for endress postdoctoral fellows in quantum science and quantum computing

The Center for Quantum Science and Quantum Computing (QSC) of the Universities of Basel (Switzerland) and Freiburg (Germany), embedded in EUCOR – The European Campus, invites applications for up to ten Georg H. Endress Postdoc Fellowships to start in 2018. The Center seeks to attract outstanding and highly motivated early-career scientists in QSC to engage in cutting-edge projects involving existing research groups at Basel and Freiburg. The ideal Endress Fellow has recently finished a PhD in experimental or theoretical physics (or related areas) and is eager to shape the academic environment in research and teaching at both nodes. Fellows will be appointed typically for up to three years, and will be selected on the basis of scientific excellence as well as quality and innovative potential of proposed research in the QSC target areas of the Center, such as quantum information processing (quantum computation, simulation, and metrology), quantum technologies, complex quantum systems, quantum materials, and other emerging topics in quantum science.

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Congratulations to the winner of the golden chalk, the golden correction pen & the golden scale HS2017!

Congratulations to the winner of the golden chalk, the golden correction pen & the golden scale!

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Jelena Klinovaja and Ilaria Zardo receive prestigious EU grants

The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded both professors Jelena Klinovaja and Ilaria Zardo from the Department of Physics at the University of Basel an ERC Starting Grant. The two physicists will receive up to 1.5 million Euros over the course of the next five years for their ambitious research projects.

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Winner of the golden chalk, the golden correction pen & the golden scale 2017!

Winner of the golden chalk, the golden correction pen & the golden scale 2017!

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Great financial support for new center of excellence in quantum physics

Die Georg H. Endress Stiftung unterstützt das Projekt «Quantum Science and Quantum Computing» der Universität Basel und der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg mit bis zu zehn Millionen Franken über zehn Jahre. Das neue Exzellenz-Zentrum unter dem Dach von Eucor – The European Campus stärkt die Vorreiterrolle der beiden Universitäten im Bereich der Quantenphysik.

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Patrick Maletinsky becomes associate professor

Prof. Patrick Maletinsky holds the Georg-H.-Endress-position as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Physics of the University of Basel since February 2012. He has been promoted by the university council to associate professor effective February 1st, 2017.

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Daniel Loss Receives the King Faisal International Prize

Professor Daniel Loss from the University of Basel’s Department of Physics and the Swiss Nanoscience Institute has been awarded the King Faisal International Prize for Science 2017. The King Faisal Foundation awarded Loss the renowned science prize for his discovery of a concept for development of a quantum computer based on the intrinsic angular momentum of electrons. Loss has further refined his theory over recent years and established a completely new field of research.

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Christoph Gerber received the Kavli Prize

This week, Christoph Gerber of the Swiss Nanoscience Institute and the Department of Physics at the University of Basel received the Kavli Prize in Nanoscience. He was honoured together with Gerd Binnig and Calvin Quate for the development of the first atomic force microscope 30 years ago.

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