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PhD position "Exotic optical properties of complex plasmonic nanostructures" (Bordeaux)

The "Light in Complex Nanostructures" group at LP2N (Bordeaux area, France) is interested in the theoretical and numerical study of coherent phenomena in systems composed of classical and/or quantum nano-objects (e.g. plasmonic nanoparticles, atoms, molecules, ...).

We are now offering a PhD position to work on the "Exotic optical properties of complex plasmonic nanostructures". The PhD student will tackle advanced concepts in electromagnetic modeling and participate to the development of new numerical codes and optical setups to characterize the nanostructures. The expected starting date is October 1, 2017.

The PhD student should have a solid background in physics, especially in electromagnetism, and a pronounced interest for theory and numerical simulations. In return, he/she will receive a top-level expertise that is very interesting to many academic and industrial partners (our team has regular collaborations with Saint-Gobain Recherche and PSA Peugeot-Citroën) and that has essentially been developed on the experimental level so far, the theoretical and numerical efforts being rare.

Candidates should send their application, including CV and last academic transcripts to Kevin Vynck (kevin.vynck@institutoptique.fr) and Philippe Lalanne (philippe.lalanne@institutoptique.fr).

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