The FIRST-TF 2022 Call for Projects is now open. The deadline for submitting applications is February 15, 2022.
This call for projects aims to support teams from the FIRST-TF network on ambitious projects (research projects, projects in partnership with companies, training projects or dissemination of knowledge to the public) and to strengthen collaborations between its members, on themes focused on Time and Frequency metrology, its interfaces and its applications.
This year, the support provided by FIRST-TF may focus on:
• staff (financing of young researcher fixed-term contracts, engineering or technician fixed-term contracts, doctoral mission, no theses funded this year);
• Research / Service / Training equipment (material, components, instrumentation, etc.) including co-financing of medium-heavy equipment;
• operation (missions, invitations to researchers, organization of workshops or conferences, etc.).
The text of the call for projects as well as the response form can be downloaded here:
For any questions or requests for information relating to this call for projects, please send a message to email@example.com.
The Optics and Associated Techniques Department of ONERA, Palaiseau site, is looking for 18 months, a doctor or engineer with strong specialization in optics, laser, to be involved mainly in new projects relating to the development of Rayleigh and Raman UV lidars for aeronautical and environmental applications. The person recruited will be involved in two related activities, one related to the aeronautics sector for autonomous aircraft and the other to the energy sector for securing installations.
NASA’s From Quantum to Cosmos-7 Workshop will be held in person Mar 29-31, 2022, at the Watergate Hotel, 2650 Virginia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20037, USA. This will continue the tradition of Q2C workshops started in 2006.
Detailed information is contained in the attached Flyer.
The workshop website – http://icpi.nasaprs.com/FPWS2022 – includes detailed registration, abstract submission, and venue information. Please take a moment to register your interest for the workshop. There is no registration fee to participate.
Abstract Deadline is Jan 31, 2022 and presentation acceptance letters will be sent Feb 28, 2022.
The Fiber Sources and Applications Group at NIST, Boulder has openings both for graduate students and postdocs with a background in optics and/or electrical engineering for projects focused on the application of optical frequency combs to time-frequency transfer and ranging. More information here.
The Atomic Devices and Instrumentation Group at NIST currently has openings for one or more post-doctoral research associates with a background in atomic physics, laser science or photonics. Projects include MEMS alkali cell fabrication, atomic magnetometry, high-performance compact clocks, atom interferometers and other compact and chip-scale instruments. Non-US citizens are welcome. More information on the NIST ADI group can be found at More information here. Applicants may send a cv and cover letter to John Kitching.