RESEARCH FELLOW NANO-OPTICS - University of Melbourne

This position involves nano-optics research under the direction of Professor Kenneth Crozier at the University of Melbourne.

The position will involve the experimental realisation of new nano-optical devices and techniques. Professor Crozier's group's recent activities in this field have included the demonstration of metasurfaces based on high-index dielectric materials, optical nanotweezers based on plasmonics and silicon photonics, quantum plasmonics, single molecule spectroscopy using optical nanoantennas, and nanowire-based photodetectors for multispectral imaging. 

The successful candidate should bring experience, enthusiasm and dedication to the group.  A strong drive to succeed in photonics research is essential.

Close date: 15 Sep 2015

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 (*includes Selection Criteria or Core Accountabilities and Competencies)

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