University Assistant without Doctorate / PhD Position (m/f/d) in the Area of Laser Spectroscopy

We are seeking a Ph.D. candidate to work with us on experimental laser spectroscopy in different spectral regions. We have several projects aiming at “electronic fingerprint spectroscopy” unravelling ultrafast electron dynamics in photo-induced processes both with high spectral and high temporal resolution. Our works are currently supported by an ERC Starting Grant (no. 947288) and an FWF START Prize (no. Y1254). We are expanding our studies to environmental, photochemical, biological, and astrophysical applications and are looking for a highly motivated Ph.D. candidate further strengthening our team aiming at “coherent sensing”.

40 hours/week, starting presumably on April 1st, 2023, for 4 years

Kontakt: Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Phys. Dr.rer.nat. Birgitta BERNHARDT

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Für das Institut für Experimentalphysik suchen wir im Rahmen des ERC Starting Grant Projektes EUVORAM ab März 2023, befristet für 3 Jahre eine*n

Universitäts-Projektassistent*in ohne Doktorat / PhD Position (w/m/d)
30 Stunden/Woche

Thema der Dissertation: Realization of an Attosecond Microscope enabled by Metaoptics

Kontakt: Dr. Marcus OSSIANDER

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University Assistant without Doctorate / Doctoral Position in the Area of Attosecond Time Resolved Quantum Mechanics

We are seeking a research enthusiastic graduate in physics or physical chemistry to work with us on attosecond time-resolved experiments investigating the quantum-state evolution of atomic and molecular systems driven by extreme light fields. With a set of cutting-edge experimental tools, we envisage the PhD project to provide insight in the laser-controlled formation of desired molecular assemblies and the quantum-mechanically complete characterization of electronic and nuclear wave packets dictating the course of photochemical reactions. These activities will be strongly interlinked with other attosecond projects on laser-controlled magnetization dynamics, attosecond microscopy of carrier dynamics in electronic circuitry and laser metrology for environmental and space sensing applications.

40 hours/week, fully funded, tentative start date April 1st, 2023, 3 years (with the option of an extension for 4 years)

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