代发广告:肖云峰研究员招收博士生和博后


北京大学人工微结构与介观物理国家重点实验室肖云峰系北京大学“百人计划”特聘研究员,博士生导师,创立了微纳光子学研究组。他们组现在的研究方向是芯片上的光学微腔的理论与实验研究。该类光学微腔可以应用于低阈值激光器、高灵敏度生物/化学/运动微型传感器、量子光学、非线性光学和量子信息处理等前沿交叉学科的研究。

肖云峰研究员,2007年中国科学技术大学博士毕业。攻读博士期间,他曾到美国俄勒冈大学,加州理工学院和哥伦比亚大学访问。2007-2008年在美国华盛顿大学(圣路易斯)电子工程系从事博士后研究。近五年来,在国际期刊Phys. Rev. Lett., Phys. Rev. A, Appl. Phys. Lett., Opt. Lett.,Opt. Express等共发表学术论文30余篇,共被引用超过百次。被邀请为以下期刊的审稿人:Physical Review A, Phys. Review B, Applied Physics Letters, Physical Review Letters, Applied Optics, International Journal of Modern Physics B 和 Central European Journal of Physics.

下面是他们组招人的广告。

Opportunities for postdoctoral scholar and graduate students

We are looking for self-motivated postdoctoral scholars and graduate students who are interested in studying fundamental optical physics and exploring interesting phenomena in micro/nano-scale photonic devices. We are interested in scholars and students with background in physics, applied physics, electrical engineering, biology and material science. Currently interests of our group are ultra-high-quality optical resonators and their applications for low-threshold lasing, bio/chem sensing, nonlinear optics and quantum information processing. Scholars and students are also encouraged to extend our ultra-high-quality microresonators in more areas.

Opportunities for undergraduate students

We welcome undergraduate students who have passion in science and new technology in optics and photonics to join our group. Interesting projects in the areas of microfluidics, sensing, and nano/micro-fabrication are available for undergraduate students.

Communications should be sent to Professor Yun-Feng Xiao through yfxiao [at] pku [dot] edu [dot] cn

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