The project aims at integrating topologically protected magnetic textures (magnetic vortices, skyrmions…) into superconducting resonators. The main goal is to achieve the so-called strong coupling regime between these magnetic excitations and individual photons residing in the cavity. This will allow coherently coupling distant magnetic textures or o transduce microwave photons to spin waves and vice versa in quantum computing architectures.
- Advanced micro- and nanolithography.
- Low temperature and microwave measurements.
- Numerical simulations.
Master degree in engineering or physics.
Desirable qualifications and skills:
- Good academic record
- Clean room or lab experience.
- Knowledge in Matlab or other programming languages.