Baylor University is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Nonlinear Nanophotonics, Plasmonics, and Metasurfaces. The Nano-Optics group at Baylor University invites applicants for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to participate in the project of “Nonlinear metasurfaces, plasmonics, and zero-index materials”. The successful candidate will join our research program led by Professor Howard Lee in the Department of Physics at Baylor University (Waco, Texas, USA).
About the position:
- The projects will focus on some of these studies:
- Tenable nonlinear optical met surfaces
- Nonlinear optics in epsilon-near-zero materials
- Reconfigurable nonlinear plasmatic waveguides and nanostructures
- The successful candidate is expected to make high-impact contributions to cutting edge research areas and also have the opportunity to collaborate with scientists at Texas A&M, and Naval Research Lab. The position is available as early as February 2020.
- PhD in physics, material sciences, photonics, or engineering
- Research experience in nonlinear optics and plasmonics/metamaterials
- Strong experimental skills in nonlinear optical characterization, nanofabrication, and free-space optics
- Familiarity with nonlinear simulation and numerical modeling (Lumerical, Comsol, Matlab, etc.)
- Highly motivated for working in an interdisciplinary environment with graduate and undergraduate students, and have passion to perform excellent research in nanophotonics.
- Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications
How to apply:
- To Apply Interested applicants are encouraged to send a CV and a brief statement of research interests to Prof. Howard Lee (Howard_Lee@Baylor.edu).
- Official application could be submitted to https://jobs.baylor.edu/postings/5989.
- For more information about the position and research activities of the group, please visit https://sites.google.com/site/caltechhowardlee/.
- Applications will be accepted immediately and continue until the position is filled.
|Type of position||Postdoctoral|
|Subject areas||Physics, material sciences, photonics, or engineering|