Faculty: Faculty from other universities can be affiliated with the Koç University Microphotonics Research Laboratory for periods ranging from three months to a year, or even more. Visiting faculty can generally work on one of the research projects or on related research. Visitors can use all the facilities of the Koç University Microphotonics Research Laboratory, and will have full access to the University Computing Facilities and Library. The funding for foreign visitors can be obtained in the form of TÜBİTAK visiting scientist fellowship program or European Commission Marie Curie Fellowships. Requirement: PhD

Postdoctoral Research Fellows: Postdoctoral Research Fellows are needed for research at the Koç University Microphotonics Research Laboratory in the area of optoelectronics. Compensation is competitive and will match the qualifications of the individual. Koç University Postdoctoral Fellowships, and TÜBİTAK Fellowships are available to qualified candidates. Requirement: PhD

Graduate students: Koç University Graduate School of Sciences and Engineering (GSSE) is accepting applications for graduate programs in Biomedical Engineering and Sciences, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Optoelectronics and Photonics Engineering and in Physics. Koç University Graduate School of Social Sciences and Humanities is accepting applications for graduate program in Design, Technology, and Society. The successful graduate student is expected to work at the Koç University Microphotonics Research Laboratory in the area of optoelectronics and photonics. The financial aid from Koç University is in the form of teaching/research assistantships and covers the tuition costs, a stipend for living expenses, and health insurance. An interested person should contact the relevant graduate school for more information. Exchange students should contact the Koç University International Office. Fellowships are available to qualified candidates in the form of TÜBİTAK PhD Fellowships for Turkish Students and TÜBİTAK PhD Fellowships for Foreign Students. Qualified candidates can also apply for ASELSAN PhD Fellowships, or Turkcell Academy MS Fellowships, or Asia Pacific Space Cooperation Organization (APSCO) PhD or MS Fellowships. Requirements: A Bachelor or Master degree.

Undergraduate Students: During the academic year, we typically have couple undergraduates involved in the experiments, often for Independent Study courses and honors project PHYS 390, PHYS 490, and PHYS 491, and/or working as Undergraduate Student Assistants. We often take on undergraduate researchers through the work study program. During the summer, we accept undergraduates from other universities. They can get involved in the ongoing research. An interested student should apply to the Koç University Summer Research Program (KUSRP). Students from other universities can also visit Koç University Microphotonics Research Laboratory for periods ranging from three months to a year, or even more. Funding can be obtained from International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE) Turkey. Requirements: Some laboratory experience or knowledge of optoelectronics or programming is desirable.

High School Students: During the summer, we accept high school students. They can get involved in the solar powered microvehicle projects. An interested student should apply to the Koç University Summer Research Program (KUSRP). Requirements: Some laboratory experience or knowledge of optoelectronics or programming is desirable.