The Department of Molecules and Materials, Faculty of Science & Technology, at the University of Twente is offering a postdoctoral research position in “Pico-Scale Plasmonics”.
The aim of this position is to develop a platform to electrically excite plasmons in extremely small cavities. These devices benefit from extreme field enhancements that can be used to catalyze reactions and simultaneously follow them with SERS at the single-molecule level without the need for external light sources. Such devices will also enable us to address open questions regarding light-matter interaction under these extreme conditions.
Duration: 2-3 years
- Salary ranging from €3.353,- gross per month at the start to €4.402,- depending on experience;
- Between 29 and 41 leave days in case of full-time employment;
- A holiday allowance of 8% of the gross annual salary and a year-end bonus of 8.3%;
- A solid pension scheme.
To be eligible for the Postdoc Position in “Pico-Scale Plasmonics” applicants must
- Have a PhD degree in physics, preferably with a specialization in non-linear optic optics.
- Be self-motivating person who enjoys solving a challenging task in a team of like-minded people.
- Demonstrated experimental skill and a good understanding of theory (plasmonis, non-linear optics, theory, fabrication).
- Be an independent thinker with excellent analytical and communication skills.
- Be fluent in English and an excellent team player in an enthusiastic group of scientists and engineers working on a common theme.
To apply for the Postdoc Position in “Pico-Scale Plasmonics” the following documents are required:
- Detailed CV including publication lists;
- An application/motivation letter, emphasizing applicant specific interest and motivation to apply for this position;
- A contact details of 3 academic references;
- An academic transcript of B.Sc., M.Sc. education and
- A two to three (A4) page summary of his/her PhD dissertation
To apply to the Postdoc Position in “Pico-Scale Plasmonics, click here
Application Deadline: September 1, 2021
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