Student internships at New York University's (NYU) Shanghai campus are currently available. Several places are available to work on projects relating to quantum information technologies. Opportunities for visiting positions at NYU Shanghai (suitable for more experienced researchers) are also available. For students seeking longer term research opportunities, PhD positions are also available, applications due in early December. For details on research activities see http://nyu.timbyrnes.net . Positions are available year around (not just over the summer). A wide range of topics from atomic molecular optics, quantum information theory and condensed matter physics are offered. To apply, please send a CV, publication list, and a one paragraph summary of your research interests to Tim Byrnes (email@example.com).
About New York University
New York University Shanghai (NYU Shanghai) is the third degree-granting campus established by New York University, after New York City and Abu Dhabi, in partnership with East China Normal University of Shanghai. It is the first American university to receive independent registration status from China's Ministry of Education.
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