Postdoc/student positions in strong-fields in solids at National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa

The Attosecond group at National Research Council of Canada in Ottawa is currently seeking a motivated postdoc and a student interested in exploring the fundamentals of strong-field interactions in correlated and low-dimensional materials and in developing "on-chip strong-field nanophotonic" technology (an example on the latest nanophotonic connection can be found here: https://arxiv.org/abs/1905.02821). Other topics in the context of attosecond science in solids are also considered (please email for more details).

 

The candidate will join the team of attosecond science at the NRC (www.attoscience.ca), as well as the Joint Center for Extreme Photonics (www.extremephotonics.com). The NRC hosts cutting-edge ultrafast infrastructure as well as extensive attosecond knowledge (both theory and experiments). These conditions put the candidate in a position to be highly productive from the start. The connection with the University of Ottawa is strong, and part of the work will be conducted jointly with groups there. Ottawa also hosts the Max Planck-uOttawa Center for Extreme and Quantum Photonics (http://www.mpc-eqp.ca/en/), cleanroom facilities, etc... If interested, or for additional information, please email gvampa@stanford.edu.