PhD Position in stm/nanoplasmonics at Chalmers University of Technology
Division of Bionanophotonics operates at the crossroads between optics and nanobioscience – our projects target nanoplasmonic biosensors, quantitative fluorescence microscopy, nanoscale optical forces, functional metamaterials, and much more. Although many of our projects are based in advanced optical spectroscopy and microscopy, we also do a fair amount of electromagnetics theory, nanofabrication and biophysics. Graduate students and postdocs are recruited internationally and have diverse backgrounds ranging from theoretical physics to molecular biology.
We have particular focus on low-dimensional nanostructures that support localized surface plasmon resonances in the wide range of frequencies (from UV to IR) to use them in the studies of fundamental nanophotonics and in a broad range of applications. We like self-assembly-based nanofabrication and apply bottom-up nanofabrication methods to make impact in (bio)sensing, optical metamaterials, magnetoplasmonics, enhancement of various weak processes and many others.
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