Institut Non Linéaire de Nice, France

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The “Institut Non Linéaire de Nice” (INLN) is a Joint Research Unit (CNRS – Université de Nice) with outstanding theoretical and experimental expertise in nonlinear dynamics and photonics, out of equilibrium and theoretical physics as well as quantum and cold atom physics. Optical experimentation takes place in seven fully isolated and temperature stabilized labs for a total of about sixty square meters of optical benches. On-site laboratory equipment includes thirty GHz real-time oscilloscopes, optical and electrical spectrum analyzers, interferometers, tunable lasers and low repetition rate pulsed lasers. Computing tools include high-performance workstations and gpu computing platforms,  with access to high-performance 72 nodes cluster connected by low-latency networking for a total of  24Tflops.

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As per COFUND guidelines, fellowship programmes will be based on individual-driven mobility, i.e., researchers will be able to freely choose a research topic fitting their individual needs.

The subject of the research project is expected to contribute to European competitiveness and to be in the general field of Photonics and/or its applications. Within these limitations, applicants can freely choose both their research topic and their host organisation, in the spirit of the ‘European Charter for Researchers’.