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PhD scholarship in experimental nanophotonics


   Research School of Physics

  , Prof Yuri Kivshar  Applications accepted all year round  Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

About the Project

Photonics in the 21st century is undergoing revolutionary transformations driven by nanotecnology. Over just a few years we have seen a tremendous progress of tiny, nanoscale optical components from fundamental concepts to mass-fabricated consumer products. Our group has been developing flat optical components 100 times thinner than a human hair that were outperforming conventional optical elements, such as holograms, lenses, wave retarders and beam deflectors among others. Our components found applications in research of next-gen fibre communications, quantum cryptography and biosensing.

A PhD student will perform research in a state-of-the-art photonics laboratory under a supervision of Dr Sergey Kruk (International Union of Pure and Applied Physics award of the Young Scientist Medal 2019) and Prof Yuri Kivshar (2022 Max Born Award from Optica).

More about the project:

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To apply:

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Funding Notes

PhD scholarship is available for motivated students to work on experimental research in photonics at the nanoscale.

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