PhD Projects & Postdoctoral Vacancies

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The principal objective of the proposed project is the development of the first imaging and nanofabrication technology with resolution beyond the diffraction limit for the infrared spectrum.

We will deploy specialized fiber and super-oscillation technologies into the development of the first IR super-resolution imaging and nanofabrication solution based on the Nanoscope technology. The infrared part of the spectrum offers several opportunities and new potential applications, such as super-resolution imaging capability for diagnostic of photonic devices and fibers, non-destructive imaging of in vitro biomedical samples and lower damage threshold for human eyes. In principle, super-oscillation has no physical limits on resolution and has been implemented as a straightforward modification of a conventional microscope showing resolution better than lambda/6.