Are you interested in joining a dynamic team building a start-uporiginating from LMU Munich to develop the world's most sensitiveabsorption microscope and a powerful platform for quantumtechnologies?
Our team uses optical resonators the size of a human hair to strongly enhance theinteraction of light and nanoscale matter. Thereby, we enable scientists to performresearch on future high-tech materials and pave the way for quantum technologies andinsights through exciting new experiments.
Development Scientist (m/f/d)
We look for
- Master or PhD in Physics or related fields, with a background in optics
- Interest in exploring scientific, technical and economic challenges and questionsregarding the commercialization of an innovative technology
- Motivation to engage in designing, engineering, and improving our microscopesand quantum platforms
- Fluency in English required (German is appreciated but not necessary)
- Core values: Scientific curiosity, critical thinking, hands-on mentality, teamwork andcommitment to diversity and equal opportunity
- Working in an innovative deep-tech spin-off company with close connections tocutting edge research
- Contributing to build the world’s most sensitive absorption microscope and aquantum optics platform with your ideas
- Being part of a young and open-minded team
- Working in international collaborations
Starting date is autumn 2022.
For a brief overview of our project see qlibri.eu
To apply, please send your updated CV (Englishor German) to info(at)qlibri.eu.
References andcertificates are not required at this stage. Please contact us if you have any questions. We are happy to discuss the project in more detail.
We look forward to your application!
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, sexualorientation, gender identity, age or disability. Applications from women are encouraged. Applicants with severe disabilities will be givenpreference for employment, if their qualifications are essentially the same.