CoQuS Mission Statement

The Vienna Doctoral Program on Complex Quantum Systems (CoQuS) is a training center for more than 40 students who are selected from an international pool of applicants, based on their academic excellence, scientific success and ambition.

Research in CoQuS covers experimental and theoretical quantum physics: 

University of ViennaVienna University of TechnologyInstitute of Science & Technology

Matter-Wave Interferometry 
(Prof. Arndt) 

Quantum Optics Theory
(Prof. Rabl) 
Quantum Integrated Devices
(Prof. Fink) 
Quantum Micromechanics
(Prof. Aspelmeyer) 
Microscale Quantum Optics 
(Prof. Rauschenbeutel) 
Theoretical Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 
(Prof. Lemeshko) 
Theory of Quantum Foundations 
(Prof. Brukner) 
Non-Hermitian Quantum Physics and Photonics
(Prof. Rotter) 
Relativistic Quantum Information
(Prof. Fuentes)  
Cold atoms and Atom Chips 
(Prof. Schmiedmayer) 
Many-body Quantum Theory 
(Prof. Verstraete) 
Quantum Metrology 
(Prof. Schumm) 
Quantum Information Science and Quantum Computation
(Prof. Walther) 
THz Quantum Cascade Lasers and Quantum Dots 
(Prof. Unterrainer) 
Quantum Information and Foundation of Physics 
(Prof. Zeilinger) 

The FWF funded doctoral program is jointly hosted and co-financed by the University of Vienna and the Vienna University of Technology.