There are always opportunities to participate in our group's research. Our institute is part of the Alexander von Humboldt network.
If you are a student and like to gain some experimental experience, please come and visit us – we have always some opportunities of lab projects and internships. If you are interested, please contact one of our group's members.
If you are looking for a Bachelor, Master, or PhD position, please have a look at the different hot research topics we are offering at the moment. In addition to these topics, we offer several cutting-edge projects in the fields of plasmonics, nanooptics, ultrafast spectroscopy, and modern material systems spectroscopy. Please contact Harald Giessen for details.
|Master||Plasmonic-based Superconducting Nanowire Single Photon Detector||Mario Hentschel|
|Master Bachelor||Laser Spectroscopy of Rydberg Excitons in the Semiconductor Cu2O||Annika Konzelmann|
|Master||Mikroskopie mittels stimulierter Ramanstreuung für chemisch selektive Bildgebung||Andy Steinmann|
|Master Bachelor||Metallic Spirals for Giant and Broadband Nonlinear Chiroptical Effects|
|Bachelor||Optische Gassensorik mit plasmonischen Nanoantennen||Florian Sterl|
|Bachelor||3D gedruckte funktionelle Mikrooptiken||Harald Giessen|
|Bachelor||Hybride Metaoberflächen und Metamaterialien||Harald Giessen|
|Bachelor||Integrierte quantenoptische Systeme||Harald Giessen|
You are interested in theoretical and numerical work in the field of plasmonics and nanooptics? You would like to closely collaborate with experimentalists? Then, check the open positions in our junior research group Physical Optics. Please contact Thomas Weiss for details.
|Master||Model based parameter estimation||Thomas Weiss|
|Master||Plasmonically enhanced dipole-dipole interaction||Thomas Weiss|
Ultrafast Spectroscopy and Nonlinear Dynamics in the Solid State
If you are interested in pursuing a thesis (bachelor, master or PhD level) or working in our Max Planck research group, please contact us for discussing possibilities.
|Bachelor||Pulse characterization via MIIPS and FROG Systems||Stefan Kaiser|