Postdoc/Scientific Coworker in Nanoscopic Characterization of Emerging Semiconductors 70 %
You are eager to join a young team of researchers, whose passion is innovative applied research with great impact. And you are highly motivated to contribute to the success of the project.
School: School of Engineering
Starting date: Upon agreement, 70% appointment limited to one year, modifications and extensions possible
- Designing and setting up a combined optical and AFM-based microscopy system
- Developing measurement methods to assess electronic properties of semiconductor films and devices
- Preparing samples for those measurements
- Correlating measurement results on the nanoscale with macroscopic device parameters using modelling
- Shaping our new team including advising students
- Essential: Experience in advanced scanning-probe microscopy or tip-enhaced spectroscopy, ideally obtained during a PhD thesis or research project
- Education in physics, electrical engineering, or materials science
- High motivation and skills for working in a scientific environment
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