Open Positions at the NAM

We are currently looking for talented and motivated collaborators with the following profiles.

If you are interested by one of these positions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Plasmonic trapping

(several PhD student and post-doc positions)

In the framework of an ambitious European project, we are developing a large research program on the utilization of optical forces in plasmonic systems to control self-assembly at the nanoscale. This project has a strong emphasis on experiment, but also covers some theoretical facets of optical forces and van der Waals interaction.

Requirements: Good sense of physics and creativity, as well as ability to focus on a project.
For the PhD students: completed studies in physics, electrical engineering or nanotechnology.
For the post-docs: proven achievements in the field of experimental optics, especially optical tweezers and optical forces.

Plasmonic metasurfaces

(PhD student, 3 years)

Over the last couple of years, plasmonic metasurfaces have emerged as a very original way of controlling light-matter and our laboratory is actively developing this line of research. To pursue this effort, we are looking for a motivated PhD student to develop experiments in plasmonic metsurfaces. This line of research combines experiments with nanofabrication and modelling. Our aim is to develop original plasmonic nanostructures that can be used to taylor the refraction of light.

Requirements: completed studies in physics, electrical engineering or nanotechnology. Good sense of physics and creativity, as well as ability to focus on a project.