Research Fellow, Plasmonic Device Designer
We are seeking for an experienced CMOS compatible Research Fellow and on-chip plasmonic/optoelectronic devices researcher.
You are expected to
- Take responsibility for electrical generation, detection, and manipulation, of plasmons, or one of them.
- Take responsibility for efficient plasmonic wave guiding and signal amplification to compensate for losses
- Improve the efficiencies of the on-chip plasmonic devices by deepening scientific understanding of electron-plasmon coupling and plasmon confinement vs. propagation length by studying plasmonic materials and waveguide configurations.
- Demonstrate CMOS compatible working devices with industry grade materials and work towards translation of our technology.
- Provide a demo of a transceiver with high-speed transmission of data through plasmonic interconnects (in a lab-demonstrator) suitable for “beyond Moore” applications.
- Solving multi-disciplinary problems, including preparation of documentation and presentation of results of processing/testing to peers.
- Possess a PhD degree in Materials/Physics/Chemistry/Optical Engineering or related field specialization in the design and fabrication of micro/nano optoelectronic devices.
- Knowledge and experiences in condensed matter physics, photonics and materials science (semiconductor physics), micro-nano fabrication technologies, on-chip light sources or high-speed detectors design, etc.
- Minimum 2-year practical experiences in the design, fabrication and testing of on-chip plasmonic/optoelectronic devices.
- Technical proposal writing and presentation skills.
- Able to plan and organize well and adhere to deadlines.
- Open to fixed-term contract
Location: Kent Ridge Campus
Department: Electrical And Computer Engineering
Employee Referral Eligible: No