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Postdoc in ultrafast optics (H/F)

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Français - Anglais

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General information

Reference : UMR6174-FRACOU-002
Workplace : BESANCON
Date of publication : Wednesday, November 27, 2019
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 9 months
Expected date of employment : 1 February 2020
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : Salary upon experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : Indifferent


Development and use of a pump-probe setup to study laser-generated plasmas by Bessel beams


- Experimental data acquisition
- Development of a numerical code to analyze the data
- implementation of setup modifications
- draft publication writing
- participation to reporting


- the candidate should hold a thesis in beam shaping and ultrafast optics
- Scientific english should be fluent
- Knowledge in plasma physics

Work Context

Research will be carried out within the CNRS FEMTO-ST Institute in a newly commissioned scientific building providing access to a wide range of basic science and technological facilities including a suite of dedicated photonics laboratories, 1300 m2 of clean rooms, and parallel computing center.

Constraints and risks

Risks linked to laser emissions. The use of laser googles is compulsory at all times.

Additional Information

Priject ERC PULSAR: Ultra-intense femtosecond laser pulses promise to become a fast, universal, predictable and green tool for material processing at micro and nanometric scale. The recent tremendous increase in commercially available femtosecond laser energy at high repetition rate opens a wealth of novel perspectives for mass production. But even at high energy, laser processing remains limited to high-speed scanning point by point removal of ultra-thin nanometric layers from the material surface. This is because the uncontrolled laser-generated free-electron plasma shields against light and prevents reaching extreme internal temperatures at very precise nanometric scale.
PULSAR aims at breaking this barrier and developing a radically different concept of laser material modification regime based on free-electron plasma control. PULSAR's unconventional concept is to control plasma generation, confinement, excitation and stability. An ambitious experimental and numerical research program will push the frontiers of laser processing to unprecedented precision, speed and predictability.

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