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Open Positions

Postdoc in single molecule spectroscopy group of Ivan Scheblykin  (1+1 year) is available.

The general direction of the project is to utilize luminescence micro-spectroscopy of different kinds (single molecule/nanocrystals spectroscopy at room and cryogenic temperatures, polarization luminescence microscopy (2DPOLIM technique), super-resolution microscopy (including STED), photon correlation experiments and so on) to study different types of semiconductors from conjugated polymers to metal-halide perovskites.
Starting date: as soon as possible.
The candidate should have a good publication record and a strong background in optical spectroscopy (especially in luminescence spectroscopy) of organic/inorganic semiconductors and preferably in single molecule spectroscopy. Previous experience with cryogenic measurements is a plus.
Deep understating of fundamentals of light-induces processes in molecules and solids is required. We do not use standard fluorescence microscopes, that is why excellent experimental (ability to design and built your own unique experimental setup) and programming skills (Mathlab, Python, Labview) are expected.
The applications should be sent by email to

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