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NanoPhotonics Centre

 

Positions available in the Nanophotonics group:

PhD Positions Available:

We are always interested in self-motivated interdisciplinary-interested PhD students, so please send us your CV and summary.

PhD projects for 2022 include:
- Ultrafast nonlinear spectroscopy of single nano-structures
- the Intelligent Toilet
- Light-driven DNA nanomachines
- Optically-interrogated molecular electronics
- Active plasmonic nanodevices
- Plasmonic nanoreactors
- Tracking single molecule catalysis

For details see here

Postdoc Positions Available:

We often have postdoc positions available so please contact us sending your CV if you are interested.

 

 

 

Latest news

NanoPhotonics Centre visited by 533 high school students

28 September 2022

Why do grapes explode in a microwave oven? How does nanostructured chocolate look like? What do nanoparticles on a mirror and Homer Simpson have in common? As part of Physics at Work 2022 , 36 groups of high school students visited our exhibit about plasmonics and nano-optics. Read more here !

IOP news article about recent Sciences Advances paper

22 August 2022

A news article has been written about the recent Sciences Advances paper ' Optical suppression of energy barriers in single molecule-metal binding ' in the IOP optics and photonics research update. Read the article here !

Article featured in Nature Communications Editors’ Highlights

15 July 2022

The recent article 'Hollow-core optical fibre sensors for operando Raman spectroscopy investigation of Li-ion battery liquid electrolytes' has been selected as a featured article in the Nature Communications Editor's highlights. Congratulations to Ermanno and Tijmen! The Editor's highlights can be seen here: https://www...