Simulation of light-matter interaction in heterogeneous supercomputing for quantum nolinear nanoptics
Theoretical modeling of light-matter atomic interaction in weak to strong regimes of coupling in many body systems, incorporating fluid dynamics. Implementation of simulators of this type of models using hardware independent environments, including GPGPU computing. Study and simulation of phenomena and devices in non-local, nonlinear and quantum optics for sensing applications in nano-photonics and nanoplasmonics, and possible support in the analysis of experimental data.
PhD (doctoral) degree in Physics or Physical Engineering
Minimum profile required
Domain in quantum and non-linear optics; Programming in heterogeneous computing with GPGPUs, ArrayFire, Cuda, OpenCL, Python and C ++ resources; Advanced scientific visualization tools and paraview.
Domain in theoretical modeling in the areas described in the "work area" and context" sections. Training in Physics or Physical Engineering, with prevalence of theoretical and computational component
Since 15 Feb 2019 to 25 Feb 2019
Cluster / Centre
Networked Intelligent Systems / Applied Photonics