Postdoctoral Research Associate Positions in Theoretical Nano-Optics & Ultrafast Physics
Georgia State University's Center for Nano-Optics
August 10, 2018
48000.00 - 60000.00
Positions of Research Scientist or Postdoctoral Associate at the Nano-Optics Research Center (CeNO) at Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, USA. The positions are supported by grants from DoD, DOE, and NSF and will be supervised by Prof. Mark Stockman. These are theoretical positions in the interrelated areas: (i) Nanoplasmonics and nanooptics, (ii) Optical physics of topological and two-dimensional materials, and (ii) Solids in ultrafast and strong optical fields. Requirements are: PhD in Physics or related fields such as Electrical Engineering, Chemistry, etc. Professional knowledge of classical and quantum electrodynamics and quantum theory of matter, including solid state theory, is required. Proficiency with contemporary numerical methods and packages is highly desirable. The positions are initially for two years and may be extended depending on mutual agreement and contingent on availability of funds. Salaries depend on qualifications and track record and are competitive. Those interested should send e-mail containing a CV, a publication list, and a research statement to Mrs. Florence McCarty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Georgia State University's Center for Nano-Optics
The Center for Nano-Optics (CeNO) at Georgia State University was founded by Dr. Mark Stockman. CeNO's primary goals are to further develop the science of nano optics at Georgia State and to increase awareness and funding for the field as well. There are 10 current faculty members in the CeNO.