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Reference : UMR5270-SYLGON-016
Workplace : ECULLY,ECULLY
Date of publication : Friday, October 16, 2020
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 12 months
Expected date of employment : 1 January 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : Between 2675 and 3054 Euros
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : Indifferent
The postdoctoral researcher will integrate the Nanophotonics group at INL, specifically the group working on the "management of the incoherent light”. He/she will be responsible for the development of new architectures of thin film broadband photodetectors ,in collaboration with an industrial partner.
He/she will contribute to various aspects:
• the design of the photonic architecture of the photodetectors, depending on the particular constraints due to materials and the targeted applications
• the calculation of their optical properties, relying on the tools developed and implemented by the group
• the nanofabrication on the platform nanolyon
• the optical characterization
• the exchanges with the industrial partner
The candidate will have a strong background in nanophotonics (design, simulation, manufacturing, characterization). He/she will have to take the initiative. He/she will be at ease with writing, both for reports and publications, as well as the scientific presentations.
PhD in Photonics.
The Lyon Institute of Nanotechnology (Institut des Nanotechnologies de Lyon, INL) is a Joint Research Unit (Unité Mixte de Recherche, UMR 5270) involving the CNRS, ECL, INSA, Université Lyon 1 and CPE Lyon.
The goal of INL is to encourage world-leading multidisciplinary research in the areas of micro and nanotechnologies and their applications. The pioneering research undertaken at the Institute ranges from materials and technology to devices and systems, thus enabling the emergence of dedicated technologies. The Institute is supported in its work by the Nanolyon Technology Platform.
The I-Lum group of INL is specialized in design and realization of nanophotonic structures including photonic crystals or metasurfaces, and devices such as ultra-compact lasers, nonlinear optical devices, biosensors and solar cells. In particular, the I-Lum group develops a wide range of advanced nanophotonic structures leading to the trapping of sunlight, and its conversion to electrictrical carriers, or chemical energy. Through the Nanolyon platform, members of the group have access to a wide range of optical and multi-physic simulation tools, state-of-the-art micro and nanofabrication equipements, as well as optical characterisation setups.
Short trips in France and abroad are expected.
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