Applications are invited from exceptional candidates to work on the EPSRC funded research programme Reactive Plasmonics: Optical control of electronic processes at Interfaces for nanoscale physics, chemistry and metrology .
The experimental research projects involve fabrication and optical characterisation of advanced plasmonic nanostructures and their applications in opto-electronics and nanophotonics. In addition to exciting science, the project will require travelling to collaborating laboratories at Imperial College London and interactions with industrial partners. For further information please visit the project webpage http://www.reactiveplasmonics.org/ and for further details contact Professor Anatoly Zayats by email [email protected]
The candidate should have a degree in Electric/Electrical Engineering, Physics, or a related subject.
Prospective applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. To submit your application, please follow the instructions given in: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/nms/depts/physics/study/PhdResearchDegrees/How-to-apply.aspx
When filling out the ’Research Proposal’ field, please indicate the name of this project and the name of the academic: Professor Anatoly Zayats.
King’s College, part of the University of London, is the fourth oldest university in England, and one of the top 20 universities in the world (2014 QS international world rankings). The Department of Physics is located on the Strand Campus, right in the heart of central London.
Funding is for 3.5 year and will cover a stipend and tuition fees for UK residents.
To be eligible for a full studentship (stipend plus fees), applicants must be a UK resident for a period of 3 years immediately prior to the date of application. Residents of other member states of the European Union are eligible for fees-only awards. Applicants from outside the European Union are not eligible for support from the EPSRC grant.