Tomek (Tomasz) Jakubczyk

My info: 
 
Starting September 2020 “Adiunkt” (Lecturer/Associate Professor)
Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland

2017-2020 Post-Doc (Marie-Curie Fellow)
Warburtonand MaletinskyGroups, Department of Physics, University of Basel, Switzerland

2014-2017 Post-Doc
Team of Jacek Kasprzak , Néel Institute, CNRS Grenoble, France

2009-2014 Ph.D. Physics
Laboratory of Ultrafast Magnetospectroscopy (under supervision of Piotr Kossacki and Jan Gaj)  Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland, 
and
Detlef's Hommel Semiconductor Epitaxy Group 
Istitute of Solid State Physics, University of Bremen, Germany

2008 Internship
National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, CNRS Grenoble, France

2004-2009 M.Sc. Physics
Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland

News

Positions available!
June 1st, 2021

Positions for PhD and postdoc (or technician and potentially others) in my NAWA "Polish Returns" programme avialable, please contact me!

Project started in September 2020 and will end in August 2024. Detailed description of the programme can be found here.

Preliminary description of offered PhD positon (call opening soon):

Foreseen position starting date: Second half of 2021

Tasks description:
Research work will be carried out at the Faculty of Physics at the University of Warsaw within a NAWA-funded research project on Open cavities for visible quantum emitters. 
The scholarship holder will perform research in the nano-optics domain covering materials science, condensed matter physics and optics, He will share his time between the clean room facility located in the Center for New Technologies and optical laboratories located in Laboratory of Ultrafast MagnetoSpectroscopy located at the main building of the Faculty of Physics . 

The goal of the project is to develop an open cavity platform for emitters in the visible and near-infrared spectral region. Many promising so called “quantum emitters” emit in this spectral range, notably atomic defects in diamond, quantum dots based on II-VI materials, colloidal quantum dots, as well as newly discovered atomic defects in hexagonal boron nitride and monolayers of semiconducting transition metal dichalcogenides. In parallel, the group will actively seek novel emitters and potentially further explore them, like, for example, in GaN and other wide-bandgap materials.


We offer attractive salary!