Dr. Lora Ramunno is the Canada Research Chair in Computational Nanophotonics and Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics at the University of Ottawa. Her group explores the fundamental physics and applications of the interactions between ultrashort, intense laser pulses and materials, as well as the properties of optical devices on the nanoscale.

The group's research draws from the fields of optical physics, condensed matter physics, plasma physics, materials science and high-performance computing, and benefits from state-of-the-art computational facilities as well as collaborations with leading experimental and theoretical scientists in Canada and internationally.

The group welcomes applications from prospective students and postdoctoral fellows. For information on the exciting opportunities available in the group, please click here. We are also part of the NSERC-CREATE program in Extreme Photonics, which provides funding and collaborative training opportunities for top students and postdocs. (Program Poster)

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