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.
|Bachelor/Master||Holographic video displays using electrically switchable metamaterials||Harald Giessen|
|Bachelor/Master||Mie void nanooptics: Sensing and metasurfaces||Harald Giessen|
|Bachelor/Master||Quantum technology: Coupling of quantum emitters into single mode fibers||Harald Giessen|
|Bachelor/Master||Hydrogen green technology: Gas sensing using novel metal oxides||Harald Giessen|
|Bachelor/Master||Topological plasmonics: Nonlinear microscopy of skyrmion bags||Harald Giessen|
|Bachelor/Master||Environmental technology: Gas sensing of trace gases in the ppb range in the mid-IR||Harald Giessen|
|Bachelor/Master||Interferometric wavefront characterization of 3D printed micro-optics||Harald Giessen|
|Bachelor/Master||Near-field optical microscopy of plasmonic and polaritonic excitations||Harald Giessen|
|Bachelor/Master||Biomedical research: Microplastics in fish using stimulated Raman microscopy||Harald Giessen|
|Bachelor/Master||Protein sensing with graphene nanoantennas||Harald Giessen|
|Bachelor/Master||Measurement of the chirality of the smallest amount of chiral liquid||Harald Giessen|
|Bachelor/Master||5D printing||Harald Giessen|
|Bachelor/Master||Machine learning in combination with physical modelling for prediction of 3D printed microshapes||Harald Giessen|
|Bachelor/Master||Medizinische Physik / Mikrooptik: Aufbau einer implantierbaren Miniaturkamera für Herzschrittmacher||Harald Giessen|