Linköping University (LiU)

2 postdoc scholarships in Organic Photonics and Nanooptics

Linköping University

Norrköping, Sweden


2 postdoctoral scholarships in Organic Photonics and Nanooptics at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics, Linkoping University

 

The Laboratory of Organic Electronics (LOE) at Linkoping University is renowned for its world-leading research on electronic and optical devices based on organic and hybrid materials, with application areas including displays, bioelectronics, and energy conversion. Currently, there are about 100 researchers at LOE (professors, senior and junior scientists, and PhD students), see http://liu.se/loe for details.

 The Organic Photonics and Nanooptics group at LOE focuses on the development and studies of novel nanooptical materials and devices, including plasmonic metasurfaces and hybrid organic and inorganic devices. As part of the Wallenberg Wood Science Centre (wwsc.se), the group is also expanding its activities on cellulose-based photonics and devices. Prime application areas of the group are novel types of displays, energy conversion concepts, and sensors. For details about the group and recent publications, please see www.mpjonsson.com or liu.se/en/research/organic-photonics-and-nano-optics.

 The Organic Photonics and Nanooptics group now welcomes applications for 2 new postdoc scholars, focusing on (1) nanooptics for sustainable fuels and (2) cellulose-based (nano) optics, respectively. While the details will differ, both projects will involve materials processing and device fabrication in cleanroom environment, as well as various types of characterisation and measurements. The studies may also involve optical modelling (e.g. FDTD simulations).

For application instructions and more information about the projects and scholarships, please follow these respective links:  

1.    Postdoc scholarship in organic photonics and nanooptics for sustainable fuels

2.    Postdoc scholarship in cellulose-based photonics and nanooptics

 

Qualifications

Applicants must have or be about to receive a PhD in a subject relevant to the research projects (e.g. physics, materials science or chemistry) and needs to be passionate about research. Problem solving ability and creativity are essential, as well as good oral and written communication skills in English. For details regarding suitable background and qualifications, please see the separate information about the two positions by following the links above or by pressing the ‘Apply via recruiter’ button and navigate further. Deadline to apply is 4th of August 2019.


Starting date

Fall 2019 or by agreement


Contact

Dr. Magnus Jonsson, magnus.jonsson@liu.se


Please apply via recruiter’s website.

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