DNA-based nanophotonics: Creating plasmonic architectures and investigating new nanophotonic effects
All candidates have to apply via CeNS’ online application tool. Other forms of application will not be accepted.
Self-assembling DNA nanostructures offer the possibility to arrange organic and inorganic components with nanometer precision in space. We employ DNA self-assembly and in particular DNA origami to create plasmonic architectures and to investigate new nanophotonic effects.
The PhD candidate for this position is expected to have a strong background in physics and / or optics and should be interested in applying softmatter approaches to physics.
Group: Prof. Tim Liedl, Molecular Biophysics, Physics Department, LMU Munich
The PhD position is fully funded, according to the German salary system TV-L. No tuition fees.
30 vacation days.
Up to 14 months compensated parental leave possible.
English and German classes are offered by the university.