Thesis, internship, and post-doc opportunities
Quantum and non-linear optics in nitride microcavities
Offer N°: 33601
During this thesis, the student will study by optical spectroscopy (photoluminescence) AlN optical microcavities (microdisks and photonic crystals) containing ultraviolet emitters (GaN quantum wells and dots). The general goal of the thesis work is to evidence quantum optics effects such as the microlaser regime or the strong coupling in nitride microcavities emitting in the ultraviolet.
Development of an innovative structure of high efficiency solar cells for concentrated photovoltaic (CPV) application
Offer N°: 33597
The Advanced Substrates Laboratory is specialized in the elaboration of innovative substrates and is internationally renowned in this area. Since several years the LSA is dedicated to the development of thin films or circuits transfer processes that are adapted to the realization of engineered substrates for differents applications including microelectronics, optronics,radiofrequency, optics or solar.
Ion Beam Surface Activation Direct Bonding
Offer N°: 33599
Collaboration framework and context: Since few years, the interest for low temperature direct bonding has raised in many photovoltaïcs, photonics, microelectronics or micro-technologies applications. Usually thermal treatments are performed in order to strengthen the direct bonding. For many applications, various materials are stacked by direct bonding and bonded structures may suffer of subsequent annealing at high temperature.
Basis sets Extensions of Daubechies wavelets in DFT
Offer N°: 33593
The Kohn-Sham (KS) formalism of the Density Functional Theory (DFT) approach is the most widely used first-principles method for investigating properties of atomic systems. The computational machinery of DFT calculations has been widely developed in the last decade, giving rise to a plethora of DFT codes. The usage of DFT calculation has thus become more and more common, and its domain of application includes solid state physics, chemistry, materials science, biology, and geology.