One or more postdoctoral research positions available at the Laboratory of Space Systems and Optomechanics (LASSO) at Texas A&M University.

Areas of interest include precision laser interferometry at low frequencies, cavity optomechanics, atom interferometry, inertial sensing, and space technologies.

LASSO’s research involves technology development related to LIGO, LISA, as well as current NASA efforts for future geodesy space missions, among other areas.

The positions are available now and will remain open until they are filled. Applications can be submitted through the following link:


Two PhD positions in the field of quantum technologies at PTB (Germany)

PTB’s Department 4.3, Quantum Optics and Unit of Length, is looking for two candidates to fill the following positions at the earliest possible date. The positions will be at our Braunschweig site and are initially limited to a period of three years: “Two PhD students in the field of quantum technologies”. Application deadline is May 2, 2022. See more detail Job description here.

3-year Assistant professor/tResearch staff position at the National Laboratory FAMO (Poland)

A 3-year Assistant professor/tResearch staff position is available at the National Laboratory FAMO (Poland), to work on “Ultracold molecules for fundamental interactions sensing”. This project is devoted to developing a new molecular sensor to allow the study of fundamental interactions. Application deadline is April 20, 2022. See Job description here.

Shuo Zhang’s thesis defense – April 13, 2022 at 9h30 a.m.

Shuo Zhang will defend her thesis on April 13th, 2022 at 9:30 a.m., entitled: “Spectral Hole Burning for Ultra-stable Lasers”, prepared at the University of Paris Sciences et Lettres in collaboration with the SYRTE and under the supervision of Yann Le Coq, Bess Fang-Sortais and Signe Seidelin.

The defense will take place in the Salle du Conseil of the Observatoire de Paris (77 avenue Denfert Rochereau, 75014 Paris). The defense will be streamed on Zoom : Shuo Zhang_PhD_Defense_Spectral Hole Burning for Ultra-stable Lasers