The Institute of Applied Physics at the University of Münster, Germany, is seeking a
(salary level 13 TV-L, 50%)
This fixed-term position will start at the earliest opportunity and is limited to a period of three years. The regular working time for this position is currently 19 hours and 55 minutes per week, and the teaching obligation is two hours per week (SWS).
The scope of duties includes basic and application-oriented research on the excitation and control of transverse modes in laser systems.
- the current, interdisciplinary research topic of modern laser physics
- integration into a supportive team
Requirements for the position:
- a master's degree from a university or applied university in physics, electrical engineering, or a comparable degree programme
- an understanding of at least one of the following topics: set-up and characterization of diode-pumped solid-state lasers, coupling of transverse modes, or numerical modelling of light propagation in open multimodal resonators.
- ability to perform independent scientific work as well as problem solve and present results
The University of Münster is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the proportion of women academics. Consequently, we actively encourage applications by women. Female candidates with equivalent qualifications and academic achievements will be preferentially considered within the framework of the legal possibilities. We also welcome applications from candidates with severe disabilities. Disabled candidates with equivalent qualifications will be preferentially considered.
Please send your application with a maximum of two PDF files as an attachment (one with the letter of application and your personal documents and the second with a copy of your master’s thesis) by email no later than 20 October 2019 under the subject line "PhD modes" to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prof Dr Carsten Fallnich
AG Optical Technologies
Institute of Applied Physics
University of Münster
Tel.: +49 251 83-36160
Fax: +49 251 83-36162
Further information can be obtained by phone or by email; general information on the working group's research can be found at www.optical-technologies.org.