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PhD/PDRA Positions

Positions available in the Nanophotonics group.

We have a range of positions available for 2016 and 2017 and suggest you contact us immediately if interested.

PhD positions: 2016 and 2017
A wide range of PhD projects are offered across the research topics of the group. A good place at the areas is to look at recent publications on our webpages. New projects start all the time.
For immediate interest is a theory project on DFT of molecules
see here
Please contact us ASAP if potentially interested.

PDRA positions: 2016
Roll-to-roll photonics and plasmonics (see http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/9292/)
Optics and control of few molecules in plasmonics (chemistry and physics positions available)
Soft Nanophotonics: Optics of gyroidal metamaterials and structural colour in plants
Please contact us ASAP if these are of interest.

earlier projects:
Semiconductor Microcavities and Quantum Fluids (with Skolkovo)
Nano-optics on active self-assembled plasmonic aggregates

 Elect Mcav

Electrically-controlled semiconductor microcavities

(EU collaboration)

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 Sphere in Void

Self-assembly at the nano scale for plasmonics

(available immediately)

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base4innovation single-molecule plasmonics/nanofab

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Nano Firefly

optically-controlled nanomachines

Mcav Mesa

ultrafast dynamics of semiconductor microcavities

Au DBR Rollup Square

novel Metamaterials

Stretch DBR

stretchable polymer opals

Plasmonics11

nanostructured plasmon surfaces

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Nano Doctoral Training Centre

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PhD project information sheet

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