You’d be working in a multicultural and multi-disciplinary group, where experienced physicists, chemists material scientists, and optical spectroscopists collaborate, each with their own expertise, to carry out common research.
The Clean Room Facility is coordinated by Dr. Andrea Toma, who has extensive experience in the nanofabrication and nanophotonic domains. The research will aim at exploring novel hybrid systems with unique chemical and physical properties. Within this context, the activities will extensively focus on device manufacturing and testing.
This open position/research is financed by the European Research Council within the project REPLY - REshaping Photocatalysis via Light-Matter hYbridization in Plasmonic Nanocavities GA 101002422.