Are you fascinated by the science and applications of light? Do you want to contribute to next-generation photonic technologies or push the limits of our fundamental understanding of light and matter at the nanoscale?
Then a PhD at TU/e is the next step in your career.
Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) is a leading technical university located in the south of the Netherlands. At the TU/e Institute for Photonic Integration we study new ways to control light at the smallest scales and create photonic chips which enable communication and sensing beyond the present limits. The integrated photonics technology we are pioneering will improve our daily life in the years to come. By joining our community of >100 photonics researchers as a PhD student, you will play a key role in defining the future, within a young and motivated team.
We are searching for ambitious PhD students to join one of the available research projects. If you are looking for a PhD position in photonics in 2021, we invite you to submit an application! After a first preselection, the application materials of most promising candidates will be made available to principal investigators who have an open position, and you will be contacted if there is a match. All applicants will be informed about the status of their application as soon as possible, but at the latest in June 2021.
We encourage applications from candidates with a Master degree in physics or electrical engineering with high marks and with a background and interest in optics or photonics. Candidates must prove a strong attitude towards experimental research and the drive and capacity to tackle different aspects of a complex problem with large independence.
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|Titel||PhD in photonics|
|Employer||Eindhoven University of Technology|
|Job location||Den Dolech 2, 5612 AZ Eindhoven|
|Publicerad||december 20, 2020|
|Ämnen||Optik,   Teknisk fysik,   Elektroteknik,   Tillämpad fysik,   Elektronik,   Fotonik  |