Harvard University Research Associate in Applied Physics in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Title Research Associate in Applied Physics
School Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Department/Area Applied Physics
A research associate is sought to design, simulate, fabricate and test large area flat optics, up to 10 cm diameter, for multiple applications, using a variety of state-of-the art fabrication, modeling and characterization techniques. The position, within the group of Professor Federico Capasso, presents an opportunity to develop robust nanophotonic technologies from device-level to system-level. This would include imaging and sensing, such as new cameras, night vision systems and spectrometers, operating in the visible, near IR and mid-IR.
Ph.D. in applied physics, electrical engineering, physics, or a related discipline
Postdoctoral experience with proven track record of independent work on multiple projects. Hands-on experience in nanofabrication, including optical and E-beam lithography, wet and dry etching ( RIE , ICP…) and clean room techniques, electrical and optical characterization, photonics modeling and design.
Please submit a current CV with publications listed, as well as a minimum of two reference letters.
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