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Post-Doc Position on Wafer-Scale Heterogeneous Integration of III-V Opto-Electronic Components by means of Transfer Printing

Post-Doc Position on Wafer-Scale Heterogeneous Integration of III-V Opto-Electronic Components by means of Transfer Printing

Ghent University – IMEC, Photonics Research Group 
Closing date: Open until filled
Contact person: Prof. Gunther Roelkens ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

Project Description

We are looking for a highly motivated post-doc to take up a research position on the integration of III-V semiconductors on 200 mm silicon photonics wafers, based on a novel integration strategy that we are developing, called transfer printing. The processes will be developed in the imec R&D labs after which it will be transferred to a commercial foundry. The goal is to integrate III-V near-infrared light sources and photodetectors on silicon photonic integrated circuits for sensing applications. The work will be carried out in the context of a large European project (MicroPrince) where several industrial players are involved. The work can be extended to the integration of other opto-electronic devices in different wavelength ranges as well, serving different applications.

EXPERIENCE:

 

  • The candidate should have a PhD in the field of photonics
  • The candidate should have experience with III-V processing and/or heterogeneous integration technologies
  • The candidate should have experience with the design and characterization of opto-electronic components

 

 

Application Link

http://photonics.intec.ugent.be/contact/vacancies/POST-DOC%20POSITION%20ON%20WAFER-SCALE%20HETEROGENEOUS%20INTEGRATION%20OF%20III-V%20OPTO-ELECTRONIC%20COMPONENTS%20BY%20MEANS%20OF%20TRANSFER%20PRINTING%20.pdf

 

PhD student for Photonic Integrated Circuitry

Photonic Integrated Circuitry for Ultra-high Capacity Indoor Radio/Optical Wireless Communications

Eindhoven University of Technology
Dept. of Electrical Engineering – Electro-Optical Communication Systems (ECO) group
Closing date: January 31, 2016
Contact person: Dr. Eduward Tangdiongga ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

Project Description

In this research programme, the student should explore novel optical techniques for generating and modulating radio signals, for transporting these over hybrid networks partly consisting of fiber and partly of wireless links, and for radio/optical beam shaping and -steering. He/she should design and realize integrated optical circuitry which efficiently can perform these functions. The work comprises analytical, simulation and experimental activities. The student will be working in close collaboration with leading researchers from both the ECO and PhI groups as well as experts from the NanoLab@TU/e cleanroom. The final goal is to demonstrate the feasibility of beam-forming and steering for indoor communication applications using photonic integrated circuits.

http://jobs.tue.nl/nl/vacature/phd-student-for-photonic-integrated-circuitry-236354.html

 



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