Research Fellow, Electrical And Computer Engineering
This job aims to develop theoretical models for the emergence, coalescence, and split of topological singularities on degenerate bands shown in metal-surfaces to realize polarization manipulation of chiral light and perform numerical simulations to design and analyse devices fabricated by photonic crystal slabs. The research job requires in-depth physics insight for the singular optics, scattering theory, electromagnetic modelling, and proposal of underlying work mechanisms in interdisciplinary fields, including electromagnetic multipole theory and topological photonics.
- Ph.D. Degree in Optical Engineering or relevant area with a strong background in metal-surfaces and scattering theory.
- Experience of working in the field of numerical simulations and design of photonic crystals slab.
- Mathematics specific knowledge required in topology, group theory and complex analysis.
- Technical proficiency with performing analytical modelling and numerical simulations in topological photonics and electromagnetics.
- Candidate should have strong publication records in reputed international journals in scattering, metal-surfaces and topology, e.g., physical review letters, etc.
- Diversified analysis capabilities such as multipolar decomposition, toroidal effects etc.
- Open to fixed term contract.
Location: Kent Ridge Campus
Department : Electrical And Computer Engineering