31st of January 2020
Interested in exploring the intriguing world of quantum physics?
We are looking for motivated PhD students to join our cohort of researchers working on internationally leading quantum technologies across Scotland!
Have a look at the PhD positions in Quantum Optics and Quantum Technologies here.
Join us in the first PhD Recruitment Event to:
- Meet potential supervisors
- Talk to current students
- Tour the departments and lab facilities
John Anderson Building
Common room 8th floor.
107 Rottenrow East
- 10:30-11:00 – IGSQT Introduction presentation (University of Strathclyde).
- 11:00-13:00 – Poster session and discussion with current students.
- 13:00-15:00 – Discussions with supervisors and lab visits.
Lunch will be provided during poster session.
All queries should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration is now closed
Travelling to Glasgow
Glasgow Airport (GLA) is the main airport serving the city of Glasgow, with a few direct flight connections from the U.S. and Europe. From the airport, the fastest way to reach the workshop venue is to take the Glasgow Shuttle (bus line First 500), and to get off the bus on “after Cathedral Street” (see map below). Taxis are also available at the airport (the fare to the Glasgow City Centre should be about £25).
Edinburgh Airport (EDI) serves many national and international destinations and is also very well connected to Glasgow. Citylink Air provides a direct service (45 to 60 min transit time) from Edinburgh Airport to Buchanan Bus Station in the centre of Glasgow. If train is preferred, the Airlink (Service 100) connects the airport to Waverley railway station in Edinburgh, where trains to Glasgow Central Station are available (see the National Rail website)
Prestwick International Airport (PIK) – A train to Glasgow Central Railway Station takes 50 minutes.
For information on trains to and from Glasgow Central Station and Glasgow Queen Street Station, please refer to the National Rail website.