PhD Position in Ultrafast Laser Surface Texturing

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Publiée le 22 Novembre 2017       Ajouter à mes annonces favorites       Envoyer à un ami      

PhD Position in Ultrafast Laser Surface Texturing

Universite d'Ottawa
Salaire : non précisé
Project description: We are seeking innovative and highly motivated Ph.D. candidates to join the FROG lab in the mechanical engineering / Physics department at the University of Ottawa. The successful candidate will work within Prof. Arnaud Weck’s laboratory on a multi-disciplinary project to investigate ultrafast laser-induced surface texturing to tailor surface functionalities including colors, wettability, chemistry and biocompatibility. Experimental tools will involve ultrafast lasers, optical and electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, and contact angle measurement systems, to name a few. The project will involve industrial collaborations.

Qualifications: Applicants should hold Master’s degree in Physics, Engineering Physics, Materials Science and Engineering, or related fields. Knowledge and experience with optical elements and lasers would be an asset. Candidates should have demonstrated outstanding performance throughout their undergraduate and graduate studies. Critical thinking and strong enthusiasm for scientific research are essential. The candidate should have a strong interest in working in a multi-disciplinary environment and should have very good collaboration skills. The English language requirement at the University of Ottawa needs to be fulfilled. The successful applicant will join an enthusiastic and collaborative research group where a multidisciplinary approach is pursued.

Institution Information: Located at the heart of Canada’s capital, the University of Ottawa host 40,000 students and is the largest bilingual (English-French) university in the world. The University of Ottawa has consistently been ranked one of Canada's top universities. The candidate will also be part of the Center for Research in Photonics at the University of Ottawa (CRPuO), a world-renowned center for excellence in photonics. The recent establishment of a Max Planck Center at the University of Ottawa on Extreme and Quantum Photonics also provides a platform for close collaboration and scientific exchange between uOttawa and the Max Planck Society in Erlangen, Germany.

Location: With a population of over 1.3 million, the Ottawa region is the fourth-largest urban area in Canada. Ottawa is rich in culture and heritage with many national institutions and historic buildings. Ottawa boosts unparalleled standard of living, benefiting from a unique combination of urban convenience and accessible nature. Consistently ranking in the World’s top 20 cities to live in and top 10 cities for safety, Ottawa currently ranks 16th in Mercer HR Consulting’s 2015 Worldwide Quality of Living Survey. Ottawa also ranks 1st for Canada’s best major city to live in (Moneysense-2015).

How to Apply: Please send your letter of intent and CV to

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