HFML-FELIX builds on a strong background in cutting-edge advanced spectroscopy using high magnetic fields, intense infrared/THz radiation and a combination thereof. As a PhD candidate, you will conduct research on one of the topics listed below.
- Ultrafast phonon-driven magnetic switching
- Shining new light on next-generation solar technologies
- THz electronics
- Exploring anti-ferromagnetic quantum materials in and out of equilibrium
You will actively cooperate with other PhD candidates, postdoctoral researchers and staff of HFML-FELIX working on related topics, and you will be involved in collaborations with external users to carry out related experiments. You will work as a teaching assistant in the Radboud University's teaching programme with a teaching load of up to 10% of your working time.