Are you passionate about photonic materials and devices, photonic integrated circuits, and photonic systems?
At the Eindhoven Hendrik Casimir Institute, within the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), we create an environment that allows our people to thrive professionally. Our strong supporting infrastructure will allow you to focus on your research and generate new opportunities for collaboration and growth. We believe we can only be world class if our researchers can excel in the workplace that fosters a supportive and stimulating atmosphere.
EHCI is a place where multiple disciplines come together: photonics, quantum technologies, spintronics, and electronics. Our synergetic work is supported by various seminars, workshops, and retreats. The Eindhoven Brainport region, where the EHCI is located, is recognized as one of the most important regions in Europe for high-tech developments by the EU. Regional focus on specific technologies creates specific ecosystems to cooperate and commercialize technologies such as integrated photonics, high-tech systems, and quantum technology.
You’ll be part of a community with state-of-the-art facilities and services to perform cutting-edge research and development in many fields. From our established nanofabrication in Nanolab@TU/e to our photonics circuits and innovative optical communication labs, you will have access to a wide range of technological support.
We believe that professional development goes together with personal development. Therefore, you will also have access to high-quality training programs on general skills and topics related to research and valorization.
Are you enthusiastic about one of the following subjects?
- Technology development: hybrid integration, programmable systems, photonic integrated circuits (PICs), packaging solutions for PICs
- Applications: datacenter networks and switches, optical wireless communication, advanced transceiver techniques, optical accelerators, optical and THz solutions for sensing in the automotive, healthcare and agrifood sectors
We have multiple open PhD and postdoc positions that are a part of a large national initiative, the PhotonDelta Growth Fund! These projects will be carried out in collaboration with the local photonics industry.
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