Wavefront shaping techniques in complex media

PostDoctoral position in experimental optics and nano-photonics

Langevin Institute, Paris, France

Contact: Patrix Sebbah (patrick.sebbah (arobase) espci.fr)

Link: here


Urgent: The Langevin Institute seeks applicants to fill a 12-month PostDoctoral position in experimental optics and nano-photonics to start immediately.


The candidate will work on experimental optics in disordered media in 2 directions:


1 - transverse scattering and localization of light in a liquid-crystal optical valve: In this experiement he will investigate the mechanisms involved at the transition and the role of a Kerr nonlinearity in the regime of light multiple scattering.


2 - active control of random laser emission: theoretical investigations and first experiments have shown that control over the emission of a random laser can be regained by optimizing the spatial profile of the optical pump. Using an SLM-modulated picosecond pump laser, the candidate will develop an original method to control emission wavelength, directivity, pulse duration, etc ... of an optofluidic random laser.


Preferred Qualifications: Experimental optics and nano-photonics, advanced simulation tools, if possible theory of random media.


Keywords: liquid crystal optical valve, random laser, active random media, nonlinear random media, nonlinear scattering, optofluidic.


Please contact: Patrick Sebbah
Institut Langevin, ESPCI, CNRS UMR7587, 1 rue Jussieu, 75238 PARIS Cedex 05
Tel.: +33 (0)1 80 96 30 42
email: patrick.sebbah (arobase) espci.fr


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