Research Scientist in Nanophotonics, Microcavities, Single-Molecule Spectroscopy, Quantum Optics
University of Wisconsin Madison
Location: Madison, Wisconsin
Physics: Instrumentation and Measurement
Internal Number: 275117-AS
The Goldsmith group at the University of Wisconsin Madison has an opening for a research scientist. The group is highly interdisciplinary, blending photonics, spectroscopy, microscopy, plasmonics, photochemistry, nanofabrication, microfluidics, biophysics, and chemical catalysis. Optics and Spectroscopy are core skills. Ongoing projects involve single-molecule spectroscopy and microscopy, nanophotonics (including use of whispering gallery mode and Fabry-Perot microcavities), low-temperature molecular quantum optics, topological photonics, and biophysics investigations.
Principle responsibilities will focus on designing and building optical setups driving many ongoing projects, mentoring students, and maintaining complex optical experiments. We are looking for creative people who enjoy tinkering in the lab.
The position has multiple years of funding and can potentially be long-term.
More information on the group can be found here, goldsmith.chem.wisc.edu
Questions can be sent to Professor Randall Goldsmith at email@example.com
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