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There are exciting PhD research opportunities in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Transformative Meta-Optical Systems (TMOS). TMOS aims to develop the next generation of smart and miniaturised optical systems with functionalities beyond what is conceivable today. We will overcome scientific problems in light generation, manipulation and detection at the nanoscale to underpin future technologies, including real-time holographic displays, artificial vision for autonomous systems to see the invisible, wearable medical devices and ultra-fast light-based WiFi.
By engaging with key global and Australian industries, TMOS plans to translate its research into innovative technologies in transport, health, security, defence, agriculture, entertainment and education.
If you would like to work toward your PhD with us (or your undergraduate research degree) please get in touch with one or more of our team members directly or fill in the expression of interest. Over 30 PhD positions are available.
Quantum Brilliance is looking for an expert in micro + nanofabrication, to help build the next generation of computing. They use (nitrogen-vacancy centres in) diamond to build quantum computers that operate at room temperature. Instead of filling a room with cryogenics, diamond promises quantum computers that you can hold in your hand, and can be used wherever classical computers are used today. See here for details.
Quantum Brilliance is looking for someone who brings expertise in FIB, EBL and optical lithography, as well as experience in one of: optics, electronics, diamond materials science, or quantum information. Interested candidates should reach out by sending a CV and cover letter to email@example.com.
Job no: 537126
Work type: Fixed Term
Location: Canberra / ACT
Classification: Academic Level A
Salary package: $73,309 - $92,015 per annum plus 17% Superannuation
Term: Full-time, Fixed Term (18 months)
Dr Rohit Prasankumar's group at the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies of LANL has a postdoctoral opening on ultrafast light-matter Interactions in quantum materials.
Interested candidates can apply at the LANL website to job #IRC80712, or contact Rohit Prasankumar (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Nick Sirica (email@example.com) directly.
Dentroid Technologies (Emudent) is an ambitious high-growth venture that aims to modernise the way dentistry is practiced and empower dentists with automation tools that boosts their precision and productivity. Dentroid was launched in Canberra in 2017 and has since received recognition and support from leading innovation, technology, and business leaders.
Dentroid is now seeking to hire a highly innovative laser and optical engineer/scientist with strong practical focus and the following skills:
Please see here for the details. Application deadline: 11 pm Sunday 28 June 2020.
The COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA in collaboration with the University of South Australia and RMIT University have provided a PhD scholarship for a suitable candidate to work on the application of lasers and fibre optics for quantum application. The scholarship includes an attractive $40,000 living allowance plus equipment and conference travel funding. We are seeking high calibre and keen candidates with undergraduate degree in Physics or Engineering (Electrical Engineering). Knowledge of electromagnetic theory, optics and quantum physics are desirable.
The scholarship is open to Australian Citizens.
Details see here.
The Australian National University in Canberra, Australia, has recently established a new Centre for Gravitational Astrophysics (CGA), jointly supported by the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics and the Research School of Physics.
The Centre encompasses all aspects of gravitational wave physics and astrophysics, including instrumentation, theory and data analysis, source follow-up and multi-messenger astronomy. It will bring together existing ANU researchers in these areas under one umbrella and expand the capability by making up to seven new tenure-track academic appointments across these research programs over the next year. The inaugural CGA Director is Professor David McClelland.
We are now seeking Expressions of Interest for the key appointment of a Full Professor (Level E). It is the intention that the appointee will initially take on the role of Deputy Director, in the anticipation that they will take over as Director within the next five years. We are seeking an inspirational scientific leader with an equity agenda from any area of research covered by the Centre, who can grow ANU’s leadership across all areas of gravitational wave astronomy. If you think you have the skills, vision and drive required to fill this role, please consider applying, regardless of your current level of appointment.
The appointment comes with an attractive start-up package and the ability to help shape the future of the CGA through subsequent faculty hires. This is a tenure-track position with a negotiable probation period.
(open to female identifying candidates only)
We are seeking to appoint an outstanding early or mid-career academic with a strong research record in gravitational wave astrophysics (theory and data analysis, source follow-up, multi-messenger astronomy). This will be a tenure-track position attracting a significant start-up package. It will be a key foundation position in the CGA. The appointee will assist with recruiting additional appointments into the CGA, helping to shape its future.
We are now seeking Expressions of Interest (EoI) in this position. An EoI will comprise a 1-page statement of achievement and proposed program of research at ANU, along with a 2-page CV. EoIs will be accepted any time up until March 31st 2020. Please email your EOI to the CGA administrator, Dr Sareh Rajabi, firstname.lastname@example.org, and expect confirmation of receipt.
For further information, please contact Professor Susan Scott (email@example.com) or Professor David McClelland (firstname.lastname@example.org) at RSPhys and/or Associate Professor Christian Wolf (email@example.com) at RSAA.
An Exciting opportunity within the Department of Quantum Science, Research School of Physics, the Australian National University for a Postdoctoral / Research Fellow to develop next-generation automatic three-dimensional volumetric imaging instruments.
The Postdoctoral Fellow / Research Fellow will be a key member of a multi-disciplinary team to develop next-generation automatic three-dimensional volumetric imaging instruments. This is to map the features embedded within inorganic and organic materials to improve inspection precision, mapping accuracy and speed. The Postdoctoral Fellow / Research Fellow will innovate optical imaging, tomographic and metrology techniques for integration as part of a multimodal approach to scientific instrumentation. The project will in addition involve scientific computing, digital signal processing and mechatronic control as part of the development work.
For more information please contact Associate Professor Jong Chow on T: +61 2 6125 1547 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply, visit: https://jobs.anu.edu.au/cw/en/job/535105/postdoctoral-fellow-research-fellow
Applications close: 16 Feb 2020 11:55:00 PM AUS Eastern Daylight Time
Classification: Academic Level A /B
Salary package: $80,439 - $113,165 per annum plus 17% superannuation
Term: Full time, Fixed term (2 years) with a possibility of extension
The Research School of Physics represents Australia's largest university based research and teaching activity in the physics discipline. The School is home to a number of major national facilities such as Australia's largest accelerator and the H1-NF National Stellarator Facility. Hundreds of academics, technical staff and students form the School's greatest asset, its people. This critical mass of researchers is of fundamental importance in fostering the kind of interdisciplinary interactions that create modern research excellence.
The ANU Node of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Gravitational-wave Discovery (OzGrav) conducts research on high precision laser interferometry for gravitational wave detection and other applications. The ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems (EQUS) aims to build sophisticated quantum machines to harness the quantum world for practical applications. OzGrav -ANU and EQUS-ANU reside within the Department of Quantum Science at the Research School of Physics, a dynamic group researching applications of quantum and optical technologies in a range of different areas. It co-hosts three ARC Centres of Excellence, an innovations hub that supports start-up companies, and several other major projects.
We are seeking to appoint up to three experimental physicists to work on optical instrumentation.
The successful candidates should have a PhD or equivalent in physics or a related discipline and a background in optical physics, electro-optics, quantum optics, control systems and low noise electronics.
The Australian National University is a world-leading institution and provides a range of lifestyle, financial and non-financial rewards and programs to support staff in maintaining a healthy work/life balance whilst encouraging success in reaching their full career potential. For more information, please visit https://www.anu.edu.au/jobs.
CLOSING DATE: JANUARY 5th, 2020.
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