The Kuebler Group seeks candidates for an anticipated postdoctoral position in nanophotonics. The postdoctoral scholar will work with a multidisciplinary team at the Air Force Research Lab and other partners to simulate, design, fabricate, and characterize nanophotonic devices that leverage self-collimation  and controlled defects  to control the flow of light . Domestic and international candidates having a strong background in photonics, microfabrication, electromagnetics, optical physics, or related disciplines are encouraged to contact us for more information. The successful applicant will hold a PhD in a related field and be willing to learn a variety of new methods, including multiphoton lithography, scanning electron microscopy, laser-based optical characterization, LabView and instrumentation development, and simulation by finite-difference time-domain and related methods. The position will include significant non-technical professional training that helps the scholar advance toward their career goals. Candidates are encourage to send their resume directly to Professor Stephen M. Kuebler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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