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During this project you will develop and exploit an experimental setup able to measure the spatial diffusion of photo-excited electron-hole pairs (excitons) …
The Quantum Matter Amsterdam (QMA) cluster of the Institute of Physics (IoP) is looking for a highly-motivated student who wants to be the driving force behind a collaboration between the optical spectroscopy lab at the ...
The Quantum Matter Amsterdam (QMA) cluster of the Institute of Physics (IoP) is looking for a highly-motivated student who wants to be the driving force behind a collaboration between the optical spectroscopy lab at the University of Amsterdam and the EUV targets group at the Advanced Research Centre for Nanolithography (ARCNL).
The optical spectroscopy lab, supervised by Dr. Erik van Heumen, is part of the QMA cluster and focusses on spectroscopy of topological and strongly correlated electron materials. The EUV targets group, supervised by Prof. Dr. Paul Planken, is part of ARCNL and focusses on the interaction between intense laser light and metals.
The project will focus on determining nanoscale resolved optical properties of metals, electronic devices and thin films using near-field optical techniques. You will take the lead in the further development of the near-field optics lab and will develop expertise in turning raw materials, single crystals grown in the QMA group, into field effect devices that can be used to tune their electronic properties. The aim of your work will be to uncover the dielectric and other physical properties of nanometre-sized metal particles for terahertz emission applications, and the impact of confined geometries on the electronic structure of topological and correlated materials. You will use this knowledge to develop new methods to enhance correlations or tune between topological phases of matter.
You hold a MSc. in (theoretical) physics or physical chemistry and are requested to motivate why you apply for the position and to supply a curriculum vitae. Applicants with a degree in chemistry are also requested to detail their affinity with condensed matter physics and motivation for pursuing a PhD in experimental physics.
Other skills/experiences/documents that would benefit your application are:
The appointment will be on a temporary basis for a period of 4 years (initial appointment will be for a period of 18 months and after satisfactory evaluation it can be extended for a total duration of 4 years) and should lead to a dissertation (PhD thesis). An educational plan will be drafted that includes attendance of courses and (international) meetings. The PhD candidate is also expected to assist in teaching of undergraduates.
Based on a full-time appointment (38 hours per week) the gross monthly salary will range from €2,222 in the first year to €2,840 in the last year. The Collective Employment Agreement for Dutch Universities is applicable. Favourable tax agreements may apply to non-Dutch applicants.
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Applications will be processed on a rolling basis, and the position will remain open until a suitable candidate has been identified. (Formal closing date: 15 February 2018).
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