Your activities include research and development in the area of optical telecommunication and communication networks within the framework of the Marie Sk?odowska Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) WON (Wideband Optical Networks). It will be expected that the scientist pursues a PhD towards the topic “Innovative transponder for wideband optical networks”. Goal is the development and implementation of Indium Phosphide based wideband optical splitters and combiners (e.g. multi-mode-interference couplers) to be used for Mach-Zehnder modulators. The different approaches shall be simulated, analysed and possibly realized. Within a three months secondment to an industrial partner the scientist is getting insights in the challenges of optical construction and connection Technologies.
Completed university degree (Diplom/Master) in physics, electrical engineering or related area.
Profound knowledge in solid state physics and photonics
Knowledge on III/V or silicon semiconductors
Experience in programming using Matlab, Python or similiar
Excellent skills with MS Office
Very good written and spoken English
The researcher cannot have resided or carried out his/her main activity (work, studies, etc.) in Germany for more than 12 months in the last three years
Additional Salary Information: Terms of contract according to European Commission's Marie Curie fellowship scheme.
Internal Number: HHI-PC-2019-3
About Fraunhofer HHI
The core competencies of HHI are in Photonic Networks and Systems, Mobile Broadband Systems, Photonic Components and Electronic Imaging.
Optical and opto-electronic components and modules are developed and manufactured. Our range includes InP-based lasers and detectors with wavelengths from 1.1 µm to 2.0 µm, polymer lightwave circuits, and diffractive optics.
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