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Research Opportunity

Simulation of light-matter interaction in heterogeneous supercomputing for quantum nolinear nanoptics


Work description

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.

Academic Qualifications

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.

Preference factors

Training and experience in optics, programming in heterogeneous computing with GPGPU, ArrayFire, Cuda, OpenCL, Python e C++, as well as scientific visuallization.

Application Period

Since 03 Dec 2019 to 31 Jan 2020


Cluster / Centre

Networked Intelligent Systems / Applied Photonics

Scientific Advisor

Ariel Guerreiro