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PostDoc (f/m 4 years) within excellence initiative of state of Hesse

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Thomas Baumert <[log in to unmask]>

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Thomas Baumert <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 26 Nov 2018 11:43:44 +0100

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Dear colleagues,

I would appreciate very much if you would forward the following message 
to suitable candidates.
Thank you very much
Thomas

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The research group “Femtosecond spectroscopy and ultrafast laser control” of
Prof. Thomas Baumert at University of Kassel is looking for a

PostDoc (f/m; 4 years) within excellence initiative of state of Hesse:
SMolBits - Scalable Molecular Quantum Bits
Salary will be according to TV13 (full scientist position)

Topic:
SMolBits - Scalable Molecular Quantum Bits is investigating new concepts 
in quantum technology in which specially synthesized molecules form the 
basis for storing quantum information.
SMolBits is being carried out by an interdisciplinary team consisting of 
following groups at University of Kassel: Technical Physics (PD Dr. 
Mohamed Benyoucef / Prof. Dr. Johann Peter Reithmaier), Synthesis 
Chemistry (Prof. Dr. Rudolf Pietschnig), Experimental Physics I (Prof. 
Dr. Kilian Singer), Experimental Physics III (Prof. Dr. Thomas Baumert), 
Theoretical Physics III (Prof. Dr. Christiane Koch) and Theory of 
Electrical Engineering and Photonics (Prof. Dr. Bernd Witzigmann).
The State of Hesse is funding "SMolBits" with approx. 4.4 million euros 
over four years. Launch is January 1, 2019.

The specific task for the PostDoc will focus on coherent electronic 
excitation schemes with the help femtosecond pulse shaping techniques in 
Lanthanide molecules in solution where the environment induces 
relaxation and dephasing.

A general review regarding coherent electronic excitation of gas phase 
molecules from our group can be downloaded from our homepage:
T. Bayer, M. Wollenhaupt, H. Braun & T. Baumert "Ultrafast and Efficient 
Control of Coherent Electron Dynamics via Spods" (Manuskript) Advances 
in Chemical Physics, Editors: P. Brumer, S. A. Rice and A. R. Dinner, 
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2016, Chapter 6, 235 - 282

A description of the set up and of a related experiment can be found in:
Schneider, J., Wollenhaupt, M., Winzenburg, A., Bayer, T., Köhler, J., 
Faust, R. & Baumert, T. “Efficient and robust strong-field control of 
population transfer in sensitizer dyes with designed femtosecond laser 
pulses. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 13, 8733–8746 (2011).

The PostDoc will have to interact with the other groups involved, design 
and perform the experiments in the lab, to evaluate the data using 
computational methods, to present the results on scientific conferences 
and publish the results in peer-reviewed journals.  In addition he can 
use the lab infrastructure (high power femtosecond laser oscillator + 
polarization pulse shaper + commercial laser scanning microscope) for 
further own research interests.  A PhD candidate will be hired for this 
project in addition to be supervised also by the PostDoc.

Prerequisite: PhD in physics or physical chemistry with very good marks; 
good experimental skills in ultra fast laser technologies; ability to 
work in a team and capability to work independently.

The city of Kassel: Kassel (c. 200 000 inhabitants) lies in the 
geographic center of Germany and is connected very well to various modes 
of the transportation network. The city hosts the famous Documenta 
exhibition for contemporary arts and has about 24 000 students. The high 
recreational value of the area is underlined by the presence of both 
world cultural heritage (Bergpark Kassel) and world natural heritage 
(Kellerwald), while housing is relatively cheap compared with other 
large cities in Germany.

Our research group: Find out more about our research on our webpage 
(www.uni-kassel.de/go/femto). It also holds first visual impressions of 
our labs (www.uni-kassel.de/go/bilder).

Contact: Interested? Please send your complete application to 
[log in to unmask]
Please do not hesitate to contact us by phone.


-- 
Prof. Dr. Thomas Baumert          Tel: +49 561 804 4452
Universitaet Kassel               Fax: +49 561 804 4453
Institut fuer Physik              E-Mail: [log in to unmask]
Heinrich-Plett-Str. 40            Raum: 1128
D-34132 Kassel, GERMANY           http://www.physik.uni-kassel.de/exp3

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