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Postdoctoral researcher in femtosecond spectroscopy

05.06.2019, Wissenschaftliches Personal

We, the group of Dynamic Spectroscopy at the Chemistry Department of TUM, are seeking a motivated postdoctoral researcher with a degree in physical chemistry or physics, with expertise in femtosecond spectroscopy. Brief description: Our group moved to TU Munich in late 2017 (https://www.department.ch.tum.de/en/dynspec/startseite/). We have installed an amplified fs laser system (Coherent Legend Elite Duo HE+, <25 fs, 2.5 mJ at 5 kHz), seeding a hollow core fiber for whitelight generation, including compression. Another lab is equipped with a dual amplifier system at 1030 nm central wavelength. We now seek a postdoctoral researcher, starting in June 2019 or later, with experience in one or more of the following fields: • Fluorescence upconversion spectroscopy • Confocal microscopy using femtosecond pulses • 2D electronic spectroscopy • Transient absorption spectroscopy on multiple timescales, fs to µs Requirements: an interest and proven expertise in femtosecond spectroscopy, a competitive publication track record, willingness to work as team member, ability to supervise and inspire students, willingness to contribute to teaching activities We offer: • A one-year contract for 40 h per week, starting as soon as possible, with the possibility of further (non-permanent) contract extensions, • A vivid research environment at TU Munich, with close connections to CRC and WSI and the cluster of excellence e-conversion.

Postdoctoral position in Physical Chemistry, group of J. Hauer: ”Experimental Femtosecond Spectroscopy” We are seeking a motivated postdoctoral researcher with a degree in physical chemistry or physics, with expertise in femtosecond spectroscopy. Brief description: Our group moved to TU Munich in late 2017 (https://www.department.ch.tum.de/en/dynspec/startseite/). We have installed an amplified fs laser system (Coherent Legend Elite Duo HE+, <25 fs, 2.5 mJ at 5 kHz), seeding a hollow core fiber for whitelight generation, including compression. Another lab is equipped with a dual amplifier system at 1030 nm central wavelength. We now seek a postdoctoral researcher with experience in one or more of the following fields: • Fluorescence upconversion spectroscopy • Confocal microscopy using femtosecond pulses • 2D electronic spectroscopy • Transient absorption spectroscopy on multiple timescales, fs to µs Requirements: an interest and proven expertise in femtosecond spectroscopy, a competitive publication track record, willingness to work as team member, ability to supervise and inspire students, willingness to contribute to teaching activities We offer: • A one-year contract for 40 h per week, starting as soon as possible, with the possibility of further (non-permanent) contract extensions, • A vivid research environment at TU Munich, with close connections to CRC and WSI and the cluster of excellence e-conversion. Please contact Jürgen Hauer under: juergen.hauer@tum.de, or 0049-089-289-13420.

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Kontakt: juergen.hauer@tum.de

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