The University is particularly interested in those specializing in optics or photonics.
Candidates require at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Physics, Engineering Physics, Materials Science or a related discipline.
Students will gain experience working in an exciting lab, exploring fundamental questions of chaos and fractal growth of nanomaterials, while developing useful applications in optics, photonic crystals, and electromagnetic devices.
Students will gain experience with thin film fabrication and nanotechnology in a state-of-the-art cleanroom and use equipment including a variable-angle spectroscopic ellipsometer, a custom designed deposition system, and an atomic force microscope.
Skills that are beneficial include:
Send resume and references to:
Dr. Kevin Robbie
Department of Physics
Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3N6
Canada Phone: +1 (613) 533-2714
Fax: +1 (613) 533-6463
or Email: robbie [at] physics.queensu.ca with Grad Student in Optics in the subject line.
Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.