PhD fellowship in synthesis and characterization of hybrid epitaxial nanoscale materials at the C...

University of Copenhagen
September 15 2017
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type

PhD fellowship in synthesis and characterization of hybrid epitaxial nanoscale materials at the Center for Quantum Devices, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen.

The Center for Quantum Devices is a basic research center, comprising materials research, experimental physics, nanoelectronics and condensed matter theory. The full research program for the center of excellence can be found on the QDev homepage here:

The position

We announce the opening of a PhD position to develop hybrid multi-functional epitaxial materials using state-of-the-art crystal growth and characterization equipment. The project work will involve synthesis, development and understanding of novel types of bottom-up grown nano-structured crystals, with the aim of developing high-quality low-dimensional components for future electronics such as quantum information processing.

Terms of appointment and payment

The PhD position has a duration of three years, and will be funded under the project HEMs-DAM, granted under the Horizon 2020, European Research Council Starting Grant.

Application deadline: 15th October, 2017

As an equal opportunities employer, the University of Copenhagen invites applications from all interested candidates, regardless of gender, age, religion or ethnic origin.

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Part of the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU), and among Europe's top-ranking universities, the University of Copenhagen promotes research and teaching of the highest international standard. Rich in tradition and modern in outlook, the University gives students and staff the opportunity to cultivate their talent in an ambitious and informal environment. An effective organisation - with good working conditions and a collaborative work culture - creates the ideal framework for a successful academic career.



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