Technical University of Denmark (DTU) is recognized internationally as a leading university in the areas of the technical and the natural sciences, renowned for their business-oriented approach, their focus on sustainability, and their amazing study environment.
The Department of Photonics Engineering at DTU is seeking ambitious and talented candidates for two PhD positions within the newly established research center NanoPhoton, which is dedicated to exploring new possibilities for Extreme Dielectric Confinement (EDC) of light in semiconductors to length scales much smaller than the diffraction limit. NanoPhoton addresses a range of research disciplines in collaboration between several departments at DTU, enabled by a grant from the Danish National Research Foundation.
Candidates are invited to apply for one or both of the following projects:
III-V semiconductor nanostructures for Extreme Dielectric Confinement of Light:
Design, fabricate and characterize advanced Indium Phosphide EDC nanostructures with embedded layers of active quantum wells and quantum dots.
Silicon nanostructures for Extreme Dielectric Confinement of Light:
Development of a novel photodetector based on two-photon-absorption in silicon and integration with field effect transistor for next generation on-chip interconnects.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
– Electrical Engineering
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