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We synthesize multicomponent oxide glasses for mid-infrared spectral range and we develop our own technology of nanostructured microoptical elements and nonlinear photonic crystal fibers. We investigate conditions of supercontinuum generation in our own fiber structures.

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Recruitment results - PhD student and postdoc scholarships

04-08-2014

Warsaw, 4th July 2014

The recruitment commitee decided unanimously to recommend to Fundation of Polish Science to award scholarships in scope of our TEAM project to PhD student Izabela Pietrzyk and to postdoctoral reearchers: dr Tomasz Stefaniuk and dr Bernard Piechal.

 

Warsaw, 1st August 2014

The recruitment commitee decided unanimously to recommend to Fundation of Polish Science to award scholarship in scope of our TEAM project to PhD student Le Van Hieu.

We are looking for a PhD student!

16-07-2014

Institute of Electronic Materials Technology

within Programme TEAM funded by Foundation for Polish Science operated within 

the Innovative Economy Operational Programme 2007-2013 

offers: 

scholarship for PhD students

Education: MSc diploma or PhD students in Physics, Optical Engineering, Optoelectronics and related fields

Duration: 11 months, starting day: 01 August 2014

Project Title: Novel light sources based on photonic crystal fibers with nanostructured cores

Project Description: The goal of the research programme is to exploit capabilities in the creation of soft glass photonic crystal fibers with structured cores, which allow the generation of a continuous spectrum from the visible to the mid IR with a highly efficient wavelength conversion. The novelty of the proposed project is based on the fabrication of highly nonlinear photonic crystal fibers with structured cores made of two different glasses or air-glass structures with subwavelength features. The project cover several tasks as modeling of nonlinear phenomena in fibers, design of nonlinear photonic crystal fibers, design and development of highly nonlinear soft glass, development of photonic crystal fibers. The main tasks for PhD students will be modeling and characterization of nonlinear phenomena in photonic crystal fibers. 

Requirements: 

- Interest in the subject 

- Good level of English 

- Engagement at work 

- Team working ability  

- Experience in some of the following fields is required: (a) nonlinear fiber optics, (b) modeling of nonlinear electromagnetic properties of optical media, (f) ultrafast laser optics, (g) interaction of electromagnetic waves with biological tissues. Your research initiatives will be strongly appreciated. 

We offer: Work in team of energetic scientists, strong international collaboration , access to modern technology labs and participation in novel research programme. 

Payment: A scholarship of 3000 PLN/month will be provided. 

Application: Interested and field related candidates with relevant expertise are welcomed to send, preferably by e-mail: (a) an application letter, (b) Curriculum Vitae, (c) a scanned copy of university diploma, (obligatory) (d) record of achievements (papers, presentations etc), (e) a reference letter and (f) (optional) certificate of participation in doctoral studies to the following e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Submission deadline is 26th July 2014.

Applicants who receive a recommendation in the first stage will be invited for an interview, which will be held on 28-30 July 2014

* Please put in your application a declaration of permission for personal data treatment required for recruitment procedure. 

Postal address: Prof. Ryszard Buczynski,

Phone: +48 22 835 30 41 int.456 

Institute of Electronic Materials Technology 

ul. Wólczyńska 133, 01-919 Warszawa

Oral presentations at Photonics West 2014, San Francisco

10-10-2013

Dr Mariusz Klimczak will deliver two talks on results of our work in supercontinuum generation in nonlinar photonic crystal fibers at Photonics West 2014 in San Francisco in February:

1: Broadband IR supercontinuum generation in hexagonal lattice tellurite photonic crystal fiber with dispersion optimized for pumping over 1500 nm

2: Influence of fiber laser pump conditions at 1550 nm on broadband infrared supercontinuum generation in all-solid all-normal dispersion photonic crystal fibers

Read more: Oral presentations at Photonics West 2014, San Francisco

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