In this training, the student will design/elaborate/use antenna or so called metasrufaces. The goal is to concentrate the light into a tiny space to enhance light matter interactions in the sample compartment of the device. The subsequently improved performances of the THz spectroscopic TDS system will allow more precise measurements of the targeted biomolecules or biosubstances.
The student will do simulation of the devices, elaboration and experiments on it rom characterization up to biophotonics experiments; He/she will have to pick up one or two of these three parts on which to focus specifically.
The student will be hosted by the Photonics TeraHertz group of IEMN CNRS institute in Villeneuve d’Asq (close to Lille, France). He/She will participate in the launching of a new activity: TeraHertz Biophotonics.
We are looking for physics or engineering master student or equivalent. Having of the following skills would greatly increase the chance of success of any application:
• Photonics simulation
• Clean Room technology
• Optical experiments
• Good mathematical background
The exact tasks in which the student will be involved will be discussed together with him/her and the team and will depends on its capacities and taste as the needs of the team.

Canditates profile:

Physics or engineering master student or equivalent. Having of the following skills would greatly increase the chance of success of any application:
Photonics simulation
Clean Room technology
Optical experiments
Good mathematical background
The exact tasks in which the student will be involved will be discussed together with him/her and the team and will depends on its capacities and taste as the needs of the team.

Workplace: Villeneuve-d’Ascq – FRANCE

Application deadline:  April 1,2017

Duration: 5 months

N.B: Date and duration negotiable

Contacts:

Romain Peretti : romain.peretti@iemn.univ-lille1.fr

Jean-François Lampin : jean-francois.lampin@isen.iemn.univ-lille1.fr

A short motivation statement will be welcome + CV.

You will find information about IEMN here
http://www.iemn.fr/en/
and about the teraherz photonic group here (in French)
http://photoniquethz.iemn.univ-lille1.fr/

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