Charge Transport Physics and Device Physics
Post-doctoral Position in "Light-Matter Interactions in Novel Materials"
A post-doctoral position is IMMEDIATELY available to investigate novel light-matter effects in semiconductors such as (i) conjugated polymers/small molecules as well as (ii) 2D materials. The candidate's research is at the forefront of advanced photonics, semiconductor and transport physics and requires a solid background in at least one of these disciplines.
The work will be carried out at the INRS-EMT laboratories under the joint supervision of Profs. Emanuele Orgiu and Luca Razzari. For further information on our research interests, please visit the dedicated websites (http://www.emt.inrs.ca/emanuele-orgiu, http://www.inrs.ca/english/luca-razzari).
The INRS-EMT Centre (Varennes site) is fully equipped with a state-of-the-art micro- and nano-fabrication clean room (http://lmn.emt.inrs.ca/?q=en/LMN) as well as the unique Advanced Laser Light Source (ALLS) infrastructure (http://lmn.emt.inrs.ca/?q=en/ALLS).
The project will greatly benefit from the highly multidisciplinary nature of INRS-EMT, with close links to experts in many different and relevant areas, including material growth, non-linear optics, and surface analysis - all in one building!
A Ph.D. degree, providing sufficient background in the above-mentioned topics (i.e., in Physics, Electrical/Physical Engineering, or in a related discipline), is required. Past experience with nanofabrication, low-temperature physics, thermal transport measurements, strong coupling physics, and non-linear optics will represent an asset. The candidate must be fluent in both written and spoken English. Spoken and written French are also appreciated (but not mandatory for the position).
We offer ideal conditions to carry out your post-doctoral research, including an Institute with a thriving scientific atmosphere, located in the vicinity of Montreal and only less than an hour away from fantastic natural attractions.
1. a cover letter explaining why you are interested in the position/research topic,
2. a copy of your Curriculum Vitae, and
3. The contact details of at least two professional references.
Keywords: photonics; charge transport; spin transport; thermal transport; 2D materials; THz spectroscopy; nanofabrication
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