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Reference : UPR8011-ADNMLA-002
Workplace : TOULOUSE
Date of publication : Thursday, November 28, 2019
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 24 months
Expected date of employment : 3 February 2020
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : between 2617 euros and 3017 euros gross salary per month depending on experience
Desired level of education : 5-year university degree
Experience required : Indifferent
We are looking for a motivated researcher to join the “Centre d'Elaboration des Matériaux et d'Etudes Structurales (CEMES)” and the “Laboratoire d'Architecture et d'Analyse des Systèmes (LAAS)”, CNRS research laboratories in Toulouse. The position represents an opportunity to work on a collaborative project funded by the Occitania region. In addition to the CEMES/LAAS laboratories, the project involves the Charles Coulomb Laboratory (L2C), the European Membrane Institute (IEM) and the Annealsys Company of Montpellier. The main mission of the person to be recruited is to design new opto-electronic devices based on 2D (Mos2) materials integrated into photonic nanostructures.
The person recruited will focus on modeling, fabrication of nanostructured substrates, and on the characterization of Mos2 ultrathin quantum wells produced by growth/deposition on these substrates. The modelling and fabrication of the photonic substrates will be carried out within the photonic group at LAAS, LAAS is a member of the university network of large clean rooms facilities Renatech, benefiting from the state of the art in terms of micro-nano fabrication equipment.
Characterization of the optical properties of the hybrid 2D/photonic systems will use the optical spectroscopy facilities of the CEMES laboratory which include reflectance spectroscopy, four confocal spectrometers and a Raman/Photoluminescence set-up working in the optical near field. The project benefits from close and interactive collaboration with the laboratories of Montpellier and with the Annealsys company for the growth of the 2D materials and for the characterization of the photo-detection properties of the hybrid photonic devices.
•Curiosity for understanding the optical properties of hybrid systems consisting in 2D-MoS2 implemented in
nano-photonic structures and for developing novel devices for optical detection.
•Experience with optical spectroscopy including ellipsometry, confocal photoluminescence and Raman imaging, ideally with a strong background in nanophotonics. Additional experience in clean room
manufacturing is a plus.
•Ability for working in the frame of a multi-disciplinary project
CEMES-CNRS is dedicated to fundamental research in materials science, solid physics and chemical synthesis. Scientific activities cover a broad spectrum, including the study of complex molecular and nanoscopic systems and their structural and physical properties (optical, mechanical,
electronic and magnetic) using state-of-the-art instruments (transmission electron microscopy,
tunnel microscopy and optical spectroscopy). The person recruited will be part of the CEMES Neo group. www.cemes.fr
LAAS-CNRS is dedicated to applied systems research as a whole, with half of its staff focusing on micro and nanosystems research. The person recruited will work within the "photonic" team of LAAS whose subjects cover the integrated photonic systems, with activities in the field of photonic device modelling and technological process development. https://www.laas.fr/public/fr/photo
Constraints and risks
work in clean room, laser exposure
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