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At this page microscopy related job opportunities are presented. The information shown remains the responsibility of the original author. So far these announcements are free of charge for jobs at Universities and other non-profit institutes throughout Europe as well as for ECMA members (the corporate members of EMS). EMS members working outside Europe can also for free post job positions at their respective research group. Others pay Euro 200 per announcement. Companies eligible for ECMA membership are requested to join the silver ECMA membership category (Euro 250).

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  • TU Wien and University of Vienna
    Vienna, Austria
    Postdoctoral Position in Electron Microscopy
    Announcement date: 17 January 2017

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    Description

    A postdoctoral position (full time) is open in the framework of a joint project between TU Wien and University of Vienna on Design and Experimental Demonstration of a New Kind of Vortex Generator for Electrons in the TEM. The planned device uses the multipole-based aberration correctors of transmission electron microscopes. A special tuning of the multi- poles in combination with a phase mask will create electron vortices with a brilliance 5 to 10 times higher than what is feasible with the prevailing holographic mask technique. Two experimental platforms - the FEI Titan Cube G2 60-300 at CentraleSupelec in Paris and the recently commissioned NION Ultrastem at Vienna University - in combination with the unique expertise on electron vortices at TU Wien build a firm basis for this project, comprising experiments and numerical simulations.

    Requirements

    Necessary skills of the candidate:

    •   PhD in physics or equivalent MINT studies;

    •   Independent operation of (S)TEMs;

    •   Basic understanding of electron optics and quantum theory;

      Candidates with the following additional skills will be preferred:

    •   Hands-on experience with aberration corrected electron microscopes;

    •   Experience with numerical simulation of physics problems.

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    Identity
    Dr Peter Schattchneider
    eMail
    schattschneider@ifp.tuwien.ac.at
  • Humboldt University - Department of Physics
    Berlin, Germany
    PhD student
    Announcement date: 16 January 2017 - Deadline for application: 15 February 2017

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    Description

    Job reference: DR/001/17

    Scientific research services in the DFG project "Compressed Sensing in Ptychography and Transmission Electron Microscopy." In particular the development, implementation and application of algorithms for near-field and far-field ptychography. Working on your own scientific qualification (doctoral degree).

    Requirements

    Completed university degree in physics or a related field. Experience in scientific programming with Matlab, Python and C/C++ or C/C++ and CUDA, in particular in the field of reconstruction algorithms for exitwaves from focal series or ptychographic data sets, or tomography. Experience in image simulation for transmission electron microscopy is an advantage. Good knowledge of spoken and written english is desired.

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    Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät Institut für Physik Dr. Van den Broek (Sitz: Newtonstr. 15) Unter den Linden 6 10099 Berlin Germany

  • Humboldt University - Institute of Physics
    Berlin, Germany
    Post-doc
    Announcement date: 16 January 2017 - Deadline for application: 15 February 2017

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    Description

    Job reference: DR/002/17

    Scientific research services for the DFG project "Compressed Sensing in Ptychography and Transmission Electron Microscopy". In particular the set-up of near-field and far-field ptychography experiments on the TEM and the SEM. Contributions to the development and application of reconstruction algorithms.

    Requirements

    Completed university degree and doctoral degree in physics, mathematics, information technology, engineering, or a related field. Experience in operating a scanning transmission electron microscope (STEM), a transmission electron microscope (TEM) or a scanning electron microscope (SEM). Of advantage is experience in: maintenance or modification of such machines (e.g. installation of apertures or detectors); the development of automated processes for STEMs, TEMs or SEMs through scripting; programming in Matlab, python, C/C++ or CUDA, especially reconstruction algorithms for exitwaves from focal series or ptychographic data sets, tomography or simulation of STEM and TEM images. Excellent spoken and written english is desired.

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    Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät Institut für Physik Dr. van den Broek (Sitz: Newtonstr. 15) Unter den Linden 6 10099 Berlin Germany

  • Imec
    Leuven, Belgium
    Application engineer – focused Ion Beam
    Announcement date: 13 January 2017

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    Description

    The pinnacle of imec’s ambitions as international front player in semiconductor research is our extreme advanced 300mm pilot production line. Here we create our own developed technological production processes, which are ready to be transferred to large international IC-production companies. We deliver to our customers the necessary knowledge to produce chips with increased performance at lower costs. Transmission electron microscopy plays a crucial role in this process as the shrinking dimensions of next generation technologies requires metrology with atomic scale resolution. In this environment TEM sample preparation is solely based on focused ion beam milling.

     You will be a member of the automated TEM metrology  team within Semiconductor Technology and Systems (STS). The team is responsible for in-line high throughput TEM metrology at the integrated circuits level. This type of inspections are needed at different development steps to characterize, the process and materials with ever decreasing dimensions for manufacturing more powerful transistor and memories.

     As application engineer you will be responsible for Focused Ion Beam (FIB) automated TEM sample preparation within STS. The major focus will be the optimization, and development of sample preparation recipes as to realize high-throughput and high quality TEM inspections in the 300mm p-line.

    Requirements

    You have a PhD degree in materials science/ chemistry/ physics/ engineer or a related discipline and demonstrated experience in a R&D semiconductor environment. You have at least 2 years’ experience in the area of electron microscopy, preferable for semiconductor related specimens. Experience with Digital Micrograph scripting, and Matlab equivalents is an asset. You are interested in working hands-on in a clean room environment. You are able to work in a fast-paced setting, to multi-task and to prioritize assignments. You have to have good communication, computer, typing, and organizational skills. You are prepared to work in a shift system (predominantly early-late with some flexibility for urgent situations).

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    Identity
    Eric Vancoille
    eMail
    eric.vancoille@imec.be
  • Imec
    Leuven, Belgium
    Application engineer – Transmission Electron Microscopy
    Announcement date: 13 January 2017

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    Description

    The pinnacle of imec’s ambitions as international front player in semiconductor research is our extreme advanced 300mm pilot production line. Here we create our own developed technological production processes, which are ready to be transferred to large international IC-production companies. We deliver to our customers the necessary knowledge to produce chips with increased performance at lower costs. Transmission electron microscopy plays a crucial role in this process as the shrinking dimensions of next generation technologies requires metrology with atomic scale resolution.

     You will be a member of the automated TEM metrology  team within Semiconductor Technology and Systems (STS). The team is responsible for in-line high throughput TEM metrology at the integrated circuits level. This type of inspections are needed at different development steps to characterize, the process and materials with ever decreasing dimensions for manufacturing more powerful transistor and memories.

     As application engineer you will be responsible for all operational aspects of the automated TEM inspection within STS. The major focus will be the optimization and development of metrology recipes as to realize high-throughput of TEM inspections in the 300mm p-line.

     As application engineer you will have the following key responsibilities:

    • You are responsible for the automated TEM metrology inspections
    • You develop recipes for automated sample inspections with a proprietary script developers kit  and execute semi-automated inspections yourself
    • You will do the sample mounting, beam alignments and small preventive maintenance works of the TEM tools
    • You will interact with the manufacturer to resolve issues related to process recipes, novel developments, instrument maintenance and upgrades.
    • You schedule, train and supervise the work of TEM operators and technicians.
    • You will work in a dynamic multidisciplinary and multicultural environment in close cooperation with hardware and process engineers, industry assignees, tool suppliers, device and process experts.

    Requirements

    You have a PhD degree in materials science/ chemistry/ physics/ engineer or a related discipline and demonstrated experience in a R&D semiconductor environment. You have at least 2 years’ experience in the area of transmission electron microscopy, preferable for semiconductor related specimens. Experience with Digital Micrograph scripting, and Matlab equivalents is an asset. You are interested in working hands-on in a clean lab environment. You are able to work in a fast-paced setting, to multi-task and to prioritize assignments. You have good communication, computer, typing, and organizational skills. You are prepared to work in a shift system (predominantly early-late with some flexibility for urgent situations).

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    Identity
    Eric Vancoille
    eMail
    eric.vancoille@imec.be
  • Delft University of Technology - Materials Science and Engoneering
    Delft, Netherlands
    Post Doctoral researcher
    Announcement date: 06 January 2017 - Deadline for application: 06 April 2017

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    Description

    Post-Doctoral position at Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Delft University of Technology, the Netherland for a period of 2 years. Starting date: as soon as possible Project and function description The project aims to investigate the microstructure formation during the processing of the rings and the elements of the continuously variable transmission (CVT) pushbelts produced by Bosch transmission technology. The aim of the project is twofold: (i) to optimize the microstructure in the currently used materials and (ii) to propose new environmentally friendly steels for the rings and elements. The microstructures of the rings after combinations of aging and nitriding and of the elements after quenching and tempering will be characterized with high-resolution (electron) microscopy and diffraction techniques to analyse local composition and structure. Existing models will be used to describe the kinetics of the nitriding process and to link it with the nitrogen profile, hardness and residual stresses in the rings. An optimised process and microstructure will contribute to the development of CVT pushbelts with improved fatigue resistance. Postdoctoral researchers with excellent knowledge, skills and experience in the field of transmission electron microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, EBSD (TKD), use of FIB for sample preparation , experience in analysis of the APT data, X-ray diffraction (residual stresses measurement) are invited to apply for this position. The applicants with knowledge and understanding of the metal processing technologies and particularly maraging steels and nitriding processes are preferred. The main working place will be at TU Delft but frequent trips (once a week ) to Bosch facilities and to Ghent University, Belgium for executing of part of the experimental work are foreseen. We offer attractive payment conditions, contacts with industrial partners, work in multinational team , and scientific challenges. The candidates should send a CV, (with publication record) and motivation letter to: Prof.dr.ir. Roumen Petrov (roumen.petrov@ugent.be ) and Prof.dr. Jilt Sietsma (j.sietsma@tudelft.nl )

    Requirements

    Postdoctoral researchers with excellent knowledge, skills and experience in the field of transmission electron microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, EBSD (TKD), use of FIB for sample preparation , experience in analysis of the APT data, X-ray diffraction (residual stresses measurement) are invited to apply for this position. The applicants with knowledge and understanding of the metal processing technologies and particularly maraging steels and nitriding processes are preferred.

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    Prof. Dr. Ir. Roumen Petrov and Prof. Dr. Jilt Sietsma

  • Hitachi High-Technologies Europe
    United Kingdom
    Sales & Applications Specialist
    Announcement date: 04 January 2017

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    Description

    We are seeking an experienced Sales & Applications Specialist to join our team in the UK, to drive the immediate and long-term success of Hitachi’s electron microscope business, through regular commercial and technical interaction with new and existing clients.

    Requirements


    • First-class sales acumen with a proven record of generating business growth in a scientific instruments environment.
    • Broad understanding of science and engineering, with ability to translate complex research needs into the delivery of a commercially viable solution, whilst facing commercial and technical competition.
    • Strong and enthusiastic cross-cultural communication skills with diverse audiences from lab technician to director level.
    • Experience of practical electron microscopy
    • Strong presentation and demonstration skills, including creation of professional and clear materials.
    • Basic understanding of domestic and international commerce.
    • An understanding of EM-related sample preparation techniques.
    • An understanding of associated analytical and investigative techniques (EDX, EBSD, cryo etc)
    • The successful candidate is likely to be a graduate in science or engineering
    (or possess equivalent experience/qualifications).

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  • Marie Curie ESR: ELENA - Low energy ELEctron driven chemistry for the advancement of emerging Nano-fabrication methods.

    PhD positions within the broader field of physics, chemistry and material science.
    Announcement date: 04 January 2017

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    Description

    The ELENA project is part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network ELENA in which young researchers investigate the chemistry and physics involved in two emerging techniques for creating nanostructures: “writing” using electron beams, and lithography with light of very short wavelengths (“extreme ultraviolet”).

    ELENA participants are 8 academic institutions, 3 research institutes and 2 companies along with 8 partner organisations. Fifteen young researchers will be working in the network, pursuing their PhD, and will be provided intersectoral, interdisciplinary and international training. Two secondments at partner laboratories are part of the training as well as technical and personnel training schools aiming at broad knowledge in the field and strong carrier development.

    Requirements

    •   Degree: Master’s Degree or equivalent

    •   Degree field: physics, material science, chemistry or related fields

    •   Language: ENGLISH (proficiency and certification as required by individual institutions).

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    Identity
    Dr. Cornelis W. Hagen
    Address
    TU Delft | Faculty of Applied Sciences | Dept Imaging Physics | Charged Particle Optics
    TNW-ImPhys-CPO Building-22, Room F134 | Lorentzweg 1 | 2628CJ Delft | Netherlands
    Phone
    +31 15 278 6073
    eMail
    C.W.Hagen@tudelft.nl
  • Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnologia, ICN2 - Advanced Electron Nanoscopy
    Bellaterra, Barcelona, Spain
    Post-Doc position for Electron Microscopy (S/TEM) in Quantum Structures embedded in Nanowires
    Announcement date: 01 January 2017 - Deadline for application: 22 January 2017

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    Description

    Study of the structure and chemistry at the atomic scale correlated to the physical properties at the nanoscale by advanced Electron Nanoscopy in low-dimensional nano and quantum structures (nanowires, quantum dots and nanoparticles) for energy applications and photonics/plasmonics/phononics. The candidate must have experience in aberration corrected STEM and related spectroscopies (EELS, EDX,etc.). Knowledge on electron tomography as well as on light spectroscopies as cathodoluminescence (CL) will be a plus.

    Requirements

    Eligible candidates: researchers must not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in Spain for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to the reference call deadline (January 2017).

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    Prof. Dr. Jordi Arbiol ICREA Research Professor Vice-President of the Spanish Microscopy Society (SME) Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnologia, ICN2 CSIC and The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST) Campus UAB, Edifici ICN2 08193 Bellaterra (Barcelona), CAT, Spain

  • King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) - NABLA Lab (P.I. Andrea Falqui) - BESE Division
    Thuwal, Saudi Arabia
    Post Doctoral Fellow – Electron Microscopist

    Announcement date: 23 December 2016 - Deadline for application: 23 February 2017

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    Description

    Job reference: PostDoc EM - Nabla Lab

    Just seven years old, KAUST (www.kaust.edu.sa) is one of the most important research universities of the Middle East area. The Image and Characterization Facility, which is part of the larger Core Lab Facilities, currently houses seven FEI Titans TEM/STEM, two Tecnai TEMs and several SEMs. The available SEMs are several FEI Nova, Quanta, and one Magellan, two FEI Helios Dual Beams and one Zeiss Merlin SEM equipped with a Raith pattern generator). Three of the FEI Titans are cubed models, namely: one featuring a Cs-image corrector and a Gatan K2 in situ CMOS Camera, one featuring a Cs-probe corrector and a Gatan Quantum GIF and one cubed Krios. A further double Cs-corrected Titan cubed Themis will be soon installed, with state-of-the-art analytical devices (SuperEDX and Quantum GIF). All the FEI Titans are equipped with Si(Li) EDS spectrometer and GIF. All TEMs and SEMs are equipped with a thermal field emission source, apart from the two FEI Tecnai TEMs. In situ cooling and heating holders are available for the SEMs, and analytical techniques such as energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS), wavelength dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (WDS) and electron back scattered diffraction (EBSD) can be employed. The NABLA Lab in KAUST, led by prof. Andea Falqui, requires a scientist to further support its research activities, mainly in the area of transmission electron microscopy. The successful applicant will join a team of six scientists and will be in charge of the TEM/HRTEM/EFTEM/STEM (along with EDS and EELS) characterization of inorganic nanomaterials (mainly in form of nanoparticles/nanocrystals, magnetic and not magnetic). The candidate should then have a fundamental understanding of material behavior at the nanoscale, and a solid track record of publications in the field of electron microscopy, with mandatory experience on both morphological, structural and spatially resolved compositional (S)TEM imaging of nanostructures. Previous experience in in situ heating TEM/STEM is not requested but will constitute a preferential title. The candidate will have also good communication skills and capabilities to establish good interpersonal relationships. Contract duration and expected salary • From 1 to 2 years, depending on the previous experience of the candidate. A third year contract renewal will be discussed just in the last semester of the eventual second year. • Salary: from 50000 to 65000 US$ per year, depending on the candidate’s experience. This amount has usually to be considered as the final one, depending on if and how the taxation is applied by the candidate’s country of origin. Two forfeits of 3000 US$ will be provided to the chosen candidate for covering all the expenses related to his/her both arrival and leaving. The house accommodation costs will be covered by the KAUST P.I., as well as health coverage, valid over the entire Gulf area.

    Candidates should send their applications to : Prof. Andrea Falqui, andrea.falqui@kaust.edu.sa

    Requirements

    Applicants must have: ◦ A doctoral degree earned in physics/materials science/nanoscience/chemistry/physical engineering with experience in a research environment lasting at least 3 years in the area of electron microscopy applied to nanomaterials characterization by TEM, HRTEM, STEM, STEM-EELS and STEM-EDS. ◦ Demonstrable knowledge of materials science, particularly related to the areas of nanomaterials. ◦ Evidence of strong ability to work individually and as part of a team. ◦ Good communication skills in English (oral and written). ◦ Capability to write research reports and to develop research proposals in the field of materials, in collaboration with other researchers. ◦ A strong track record of recent publications in peer reviewed journals, with some of them tightly related to the job profile here requested. Desirable Criteria ◦ Experience in in situ heating TEM/STEM of nanomaterials.

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    Andrea Falqui

  • Thermo Fisher Scientific
    Brno, Czech Republic
    APPLICATIONS ENGINEER
    Announcement date: 22 December 2016

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    Description

    • The Applications engineer works at the intersection of the development, sales support and the scientific community.

    • This person will continually collaborate with both our Applications, Systems and Software groups to ensure that system requirements are well understood, developed, integrated and thoroughly tested.

    • The Applications engineer will also provide customer and market feedback to Product Marketing and Program Execution Managers; will participate on defining the needs for new applications development.

      This person may also conduct customer demonstrations and jobs (e.g. for concept-proof of new applications), participate in technical discussions and cooperate on applications training with the customers.

    • The function is based in Brno, the Czech Republic.

    Requirements

    1. We are looking for an engineer/scientist with background in electron microscopy and/or focused ion beams; experience as an operator/user of an SEM/FIB system and knowledge of semiconductor technology is desired.

      The position is appropriate for an excellent graduate or a candidate with 3-7 years of experience.

    2. MSc or PhD in Materials Science, Physics, Engineering or Biology

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    Identity
    Martina Bednářová
    Address
    Material & Structural Analysis
    Thermo Fisher Scientific
    Vlastimila Pecha 12, Brno 627 00
    Phone
    +420 735 192 345
    eMail
    martina.bednarova@fei.com
  • Lambda Photometrics Ltd
    Herts, United Kingdom
    Sales and Applications Engineer
    Announcement date: 22 December 2016

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    Description

    Lambda is a leading supplier of characterisation, measurement and analysis equipment applied to signals, from DC to Light. Our company offers hardware, software and integrated solutions. Lambda provides noncontact measurement systems, machine vision solutions, laser and electrical test and measurement equipment to a wide customer base.

    To further expand our existing customer base in the field of microscopy and materials analysis across the UK and Ireland, we have an opportunity for a Sales and Applications Engineer to join the Lambda team. The successful candidate will be familiar with the measuring techniques and sample preparation associated with electron microscopy, confocal and fluorescence microscopy.

    Requirements

    • Scientific education (degree or equivalent) in chemistry, bio-chemistry or other life sciences.

    • Experience of working with electron microscopy, fluorescence microscopes and/or confocal microscopy in industry and/or academia, would be a distinct advantage.

    • Ability and confidence to provide “on-site” technical support and demonstrations.

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    Identity
    Anne Fallon
    Address
    Lambda Photometrics Ltd, Batford Mill, Harpenden, Herts UK AL5 5BZ
    Phone
    +44 (0) 1582 711623
    eMail
    anne.fallon@lambdaphoto.co.uk
  • ICN2 – Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
    Barcelona, Spain
    INphINIT "la Caixa" PhD Fellowship Programme
    Announcement date: 19 December 2016

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    Description

    INPhINIT is a new doctoral fellowship programme devoted to attracting international Early-Stage Researchers to the top Spanish research centres in the areas of Bio and Health Sciences, Physics, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. INPhINIT is promoted by the "la Caixa" Foundation with the aim of supporting the best scientific talent and fostering innovative and high-quality research in Spain by recruiting outstanding international students and offering them an attractive and competitive environment for conducting research of excellence.

    ICN2 has published 14 PhD Student open positions under the INPhINIT programme.

    Application Deadline: 02/02/2017

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    Contact

    Ariadna Garcia
    Business Owner
    Barcelona Adds Value
    Heuristica de Catalunya

    www.b-value.com
    info@b-value.com
    C/Industria 16 Pral B 08037 Barcelona

  • ICN2 – Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
    Spain
    PhD Student in Advanced Surface Electromechanics
    Announcement date: 19 December 2016

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    Description

    ICN2 is a renowned research centre. Its research lines focus on the newly discovered physical and chemical properties that arise from the fascinating behaviour of matter at the nanoscale.

    The research in the Oxide Nanoelectronics group, led by Prof. Gustau Catalan at the Institut Català de Nanociencia i Nanotecnologia (ICN2) in Barcelona concerns the solid state physics of functional oxide materials; current topics of interest include but are not limited to strain gradient coupling (flexoelectricity), surface electromechanical characterization, domain wall nanoelectronics, oxide interface effects and nano-confined phase transitions. The research group has developed unique European facilities for the characterization of flexoelectricity, and leads an Advanced AFM lab which is a referent for the nanoscale characterization of piezoelectric and ferroelectric materials.

    Contract Length: 3 years.

    Application Deadline: 23/12/2016

    Requirements

    ON research group seeks strongly motivated young researchers willing to achieve a PhD with high level of excellence. PhD students of ON research group are prepared to lead their own research lines from the experimental base to the final publication of the results.
     
    Related to the offered position, the applicant should ideally have a background on physics, electronic engineering or materials science, oriented to nanoscience and nanotechnology areas. The main requirement is the willingness and skill to get involved in the setting up of the experimental facilities: the researcher will have the chance to use cryogenic systems and all types of instrumentation for electrical characterization.
     
    R1 First Stage Researcher

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    Ariadna Garcia
    Business Owner
    Barcelona Adds Value
    Heuristica de Catalunya

    www.b-value.com
    info@b-value.com
    C/Industria 16 Pral B 08037 Barcelona

  • ICN2 – Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
    Barcelona, Spain
    Research Technician
    Announcement date: 06 December 2016

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    Description

    Within the NFFA-EUROPE European Project, fast-scan capabilities of scanning probe microscopes (SPM) will be developed in collaboration with Technical University of Munich (TUM) and Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) in Trieste.

    One of the main limitations of SPM is their rather low time resolution that precludes the in-operando investigation of a variety of surface phenomena where time resolution down to few ten ms/image is required. Within this Fast SPM project a universal module transferable to various SPM control units will be developed. The fast module will be adapted both to STMs and to AFMs, at the maximum scanning rate achievable.

     

    Main Tasks and Responsibilities:   Characterization of photodetector response of commercial AFMs as well as study of eventual limiting factor for fast scanning   Compatibility of the Fast SPM universal module to commercial AFM systems   Perform fast scan experiments with the new setup

    Deadline for applications is December 31.

     

    Requirements

    Degree/PhD in Physics, Nanotechnology, Material Sciences, Chemistry.
    Experience with Atomic Force Microscopy is mandatory. Good knowledge of English is required.

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    Identity
    Julio Gómez Navarro
    People Development Officer
    Address
    Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnologia (ICN2) Campus de la UAB, Edifici ICN2
    08193 Bellaterra (Barcelona) Spain
    Phone
    +34 93 737 26 24
    eMail
    julio.gomez@icn2.cat
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