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Nano-Optics for Sensors

November 5, 2017

OSRAM | Munich


Sensing biometric constants such as the iris pattern for mobile security or heart rate for fitness tracking is already in your pocket. Such devices require to manipulate light’s properties at the nanoscale. The project will apply state-of-the-art modeling and fabrication techniques to push the limits of environmental biometric sensing. You will be based at our research and development center in Munich.



o Bachelor of Physics or related subjects

o Interest in state-of-the-art optics and nanotechnologies

o Strong, proven theoretical and experimental skills

o Knowledge of Fourier optics and wave optics

o Fluency in English



o Familiarity with numerical and/or symbolical computation programs (Wolfram Mathematica, Matlab etc.)

o Familiarity with raytracing software (OpticStudio, LightTools etc.)

o Experience with working on an optical table




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About OSRAM:

OSRAM is the leading company for lighting. With 25.000 employees we develop, manufacture, and offer lighting products in 120 countries worldwide. Our LEDs, light control and management systems, lighting and sensing solutions guarantee more quality, more safety and more fascination at your workplace, on the road or in your leisure time. There is no mobile communication, no entertainment, no autonomous driving without OSRAM.


Innovation drives our company. OSRAM’s Corporate research and development center in Munich is our German hub for innovation. We conceptualize and demonstrate photonic and electronic systems for lighting and the infrastructure of smart buildings of the future. Our research focuses on cutting-edge technologies for illumination and imaging, sensing, and software development.


If you are open to technology challenges and ready to solve them with creatively, we invite you to join our international and diverse team for six months. Our modern, bright and open facilities are easily reached by subway from the center of Munich

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