The emergence of nanoscience and nanotechnology, with envisioned applications spanning from nano-optics and nano-photonics, to plasmonics and nano-electronics, depends on the capability to fabricate a variety of nanometre-scale structures. Despite the impressive development in these fields, breakthroughs remain in the laboratory, largely due to technological limitations in the ability to manufacture complex and accurate nanometer-resolved surface patterns, with satisfying resolution and on large area. The development of a new fabrication methodology is thus required. We are working on the development of a novel technique for nanoscale photolithography that would bring 21st century nanotechnology breakthroughs out of the lab and into the public sphere. For more info: https://www.amiravlab.com/home
The Amirav group is recruiting an excellent postdoc and PhD student for our ERC funded project on Plasmon Enhanced Photocatalytic Nano Lithography. Research will include work in the Technion’s amazing cleanrooms, EBL & HRSEM. Background in solid-state physics is required. Experience with plasmonics – a plus!