Simulation of light-matter interaction in heterogeneous supercomputing for quantum nolinear nanoptics
Theoretical and computational simulation using GPGPU of light-matter atomic interaction in weak to strong regimes of coupling in many body systems, incorporating fluid dynamics. 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 of experimental work and data analysis.
Master Degree in Physics, Physical Engineering or similar topics
Minimum profile required
Training and Experience in Physics; Expertise in programming for applications in high performance scientific simulation.
Training and experience in optics, programming in heterogeneous computing with GPGPU, ArrayFire, Cuda, OpenCL, Python e C++, as well as scientific visuallization.
Since 03 Dec 2019 to 31 Jan 2020
Cluster / Centre
Networked Intelligent Systems / Applied Photonics