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Two postdoc positions available in Razzari's group at INRS-EMT.
Two postdoctoral positions in nanophotonics and ultrafast nonlinear optics are now available in our group!

We are seeking talented and highly motivated candidates with a Ph.D. in physics, electrical/physical engineering, or in a related discipline. Experience in nonlinear optics, ultrafast pump-probe characterization, terahertz time-domain spectroscopy, and/or metasurface design and testing will represent a key asset.
Assistant/Associate Professor (Experimental Metamaterials and Nanophotonics)
University of Bitmingham
The School of Physics and Astronomy is seeking an academic with an active, personal commitment to innovative research and teaching. The appointee is expected to plan, direct and undertake a research programme of international repute in one or more areas of experimental light-matter interaction that complement current research activities within the Metamaterials and Nanophotonics group (e.g., nanophotonics, plasmonics, non-linear optics, ultrafast optics, hot electrons, thermal plasmonics, optical metamaterials and metasurfaces, near-field microscopy, optofluidics, etc.). Exceptional candidates in theoretical/computational light-matter interactions might also be considered. They are also expected to teach undergraduate and postgraduate students and contribute towards the School administrative activities. Finally, applicants will be expected to demonstrate academic citizenship, developing and maintaining generous, mutually respectful and supportive working relationships with all staff and students, and ensuring the way you carry out your role impacts positively on how others can carry out their work.
Two postdoc and graduate student positions in the Neu group
University of North Texas
Two postdoc and two grad-student positions in the NEU group at the University of North Texas.

We are always looking for motivated graduate students to join our growing team. At the moment we are actively searching two postdoctorial researcher. One positions will be focused on near-field IR imaging and THz spectroscopy; including TDS, OPTP, and TRTS. The second position will also leverage our THz expertise and ideally grow our materials expertise. We are interested in MOFs, COFs, 2D materials, and Perovskites; a background in either of these fields is beneficial but not mandatory.
The University of North Texas (UNT) is a R1 university in Denton, Texas. Located in the Dallas-Forth Worth area we combine small college-town feeling with a 30-minute drive to a large metropolitan area with excellent airport connections, art and culture, and nightlife. Furthermore, North Texas combines 40 C in the summer with freezing temperatures and ice and snow in the winter; providing you with the best from all climate zones.
My group started less than a year ago and UNT supplied me with a generous start-up; furthermore our physics department is rapidly growing, changing, and rejuvenating with eight new junior faculty hires in the past four years. We have excellent computational physicists, material growth, materials engineering, and chemistry groups within the university providing a highly diverse and cross-disciplinary research environment.

If you are interested in these positions please do not hesitate to contace me at
Tenure track assistant professor, Wesleyan University, USA
Wesleyan University
The Physics Department at Wesleyan University is seeking to fill a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level to begin July 1, 2024. We invite applications from candidates with promise for developing an independent, funded research program in applied physics with an experimental component that involves both graduate and undergraduate researchers. Research areas of particular interest include, but are not limited to, materials science, photonics, metamaterials, soft-matter, fluid dynamics, quantum information, environmental physics, and semiconductor physics. A focus on contributing to global sustainability is desirable. Candidates should consider how their research could create synergy with existing research in the physics department and in other programs on campus. Candidates should be able to teach at all levels of the physics curriculum. Review of applications will begin November 1, 2023
Technical Specialist (CUSTOM/s-SNOM Facility)
University of Manchester
We are seeking a highly skilled and ambitious person to manage and deliver internationally-leading research in collaboration with users at the University of Manchester, within UK academia and industry, and with international partners.

Working under the direction of the Principal Investigator (Dr Jessica Boland) and reporting to the PSI Senior Technical Specialist (Dr Maddison Coke), the post holder will be responsible for ensuring the effective maintenance of the Cryogenic Ultrafast Scattering-type Terahertz-probe Optical-pump Microscope (CUSTOM) system, enabling world-leading research, supporting users in facility use, and undertaking contracted services.

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two post-doc positions
University of Rouen
We are inviting applications for two postdoctoral positions under MIMOSA project funded by the European Innovation Council within Horizon-Europe program. For the first position, the applicant should hold a PhD in the fields of optics or applied physics, with theoretical and experimental skills in THz science and technology. Experience in ultrafast lasers and/or ultrafast optics will be appreciated. For the second position, the applicant should hold a PhD in the fields of biology or applied physics, with experimental skills in electron microscopy and correlative microscopies. Experience in Focused ion beam milling/or cryo-microscopy will be appreciated.
Exciting Opportunities in Condensed Matter Physics and THz Photonics!
Exciting Opportunities in Condensed Matter Physics and THz Photonics!

Are you passionate about advancing the frontiers of condensed matter physics with a specialization in THz Photonics? We invite applications for the following positions:

Postdoctoral Research Positions (2 Years):
Dive into cutting-edge research for a fixed term of 2 years.
Explore experimental or theoretical aspects of condensed matter physics with a dedicated focus on THz Photonics.

Scientist (Permanent Position):
Join our dynamic team on a permanent basis.
Lead pioneering research in experimental or theoretical condensed matter physics, with a strong emphasis on THz Photonics
Post-doctoral Research Associate(s) in Laser-driven Electron Acceleration
Lnacaster University / Cockcroft Institute
Lancaster Physics Department and the Cockcroft Institute for Accelerator Science wish to appoint a postdoctoral or senior postdoctoral research associate to work in the laser- and THz-driven electron acceleration programme.
The appointed candidate will have experience one of ultrafast lasers and optics; or ultrafast phenomena (such as ultrafast condensed mater); or electron-beam dynamics. Training and expertise in areas other than the candidate’s principal expertise will be available to support the post.
You will join a group of researchers from Lancaster Physics, Lancaster Engineering and Manchester Physics departments. The group operates ultrafast laser laboratories at Lancaster and Manchester Universities, and a combined laser and electron beam laboratory at Daresbury National laboratory. The THz-driven electron programme has successfully demonstrated acceleration and phase-space manipulation on CLARA 35 MeV beams, and has also established an experimental capability for THz driven interactions with 100 keV photoelectron source.
This post will be based (principally) at Daresbury National Laboratory, and will provide experimental leadership in the research programmes for laser- and THz-driven MeV electron injector for particle accelerators, and in developing an ultrafast electron diffraction capability for condensed matter science. Opportunities for developing an aligned personal research activity will be available.
The post is initially for 2 years, with potential for further extension at Cockcroft Institute grant renewal in 2025.

Further enquiries may be made to Professor Steven Jamison,

(note: this position will become live on Lancaster University recruitment system in the the coming weeks.
Additional positions are expected to be advertised in the near future.

Assistant professor/associate professor in ultrafast phenomena and particle beams
Lancaster university
Advance notice of forthcoming vacancy:
Lancaster University and the Cockcroft Institute will shortly advertise for a lecturer/senior lecturer (equivalent to assistant professor/associate professor) in ultrafast phenomena and particle beams.
We are looking for candidates with a research programme that can complement or extend the existing ultrafast optics, condensed mater and particle beam research activities. Depending on the prosed research directions, the position will be partially or wholly associated with the Cockcroft Institute.
It is expected that the vacancy will be formally advertised during October 2023, for successful candidates taking up post in the first half of 2024.
For further information, please contact Prof Steven Jamison at conference or via email.
Computer Vision and Image Processing Engineer
RaySecur is seeking an engineer to advance the state of the art in active MMW and THz imaging.
Development of ultra-broadband mid-infrared quantum-well photodetectors
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PhD- Development of ultra-broadband mid-infrared quantum-well photodetectors
Development of ultra-broadband mid-infrared quantum-well photodetectors
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Postdoc- Cavity based THz detectors
CNRS - Ecole Normale Supérieure
Cavity based THz antennas for ultrasensitive time domain spectroscopy
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