Postdoc (or visiting scientist) in optical and spin-resonance spectroscopy of organic semiconductors
Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology in Linköping University, Sweden, seeks for a highly motivated researcher to fill in an opening of a postdoc (or a visiting scientist) position in optical and spin-resonance spectroscopy of organic semiconductors. The research topics involve the physics of charge generation, recombination, extraction, and related spin-dependent processes, which are relevant to applications in organic photovoltaics and organic light-emitting devices. Good knowledge and education background on organic semiconductor physics is required for the position. Experiences in optical spectroscopy (photoluminescence (PL) and electro-luminescence (EL)) and in spin-resonance techniques (electron spin resonance (ESR) and optically detected magnetic resonance (ODMR) are preferred but not required. The period of employment is 1-2 years, which is negotiable, with a possibility of further career development if the candidate has earned outstanding achievements during the first appointment. The salary level depends on qualification.
The interested candidates are invited to send CV, a publication list and names of at least two references, who will provide recommendation letters if required, to
Prof. Weimin M. Chen
Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology
581 83 Linköping
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Applications will be considered immediately until the position is filled.
Examensarbet / Diploma Work / Master Thesis Project: Spin properties of semiconductor nanostructures
Division of Functional Electronic Materials, Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology, Linkoping University, Sweden, offers a highly motivated student to do a research project on spin properties of semiconductor nanostructures, leading to a Diploma/Master thesis. The project will focus on experimental studies of intriguing spin properties of InAs/GaAs quantum dots, such as spin injection and spin detection that are relevant to future room-temperature spintronics, by optical and magneto-optical spectroscopies.
Undergraduate education in physics, applied physics or engineering, and a proven record of excellent grades.
Starting date: immediately available
The interested candidates are invited to send CV and a list of courses taken with the corresponding grades to Prof. Weimin Chen (e-mail: email@example.com).
Currently, we have the following open positions:
- Postdoc (visiting scientist) growth of nanostructures using either colloidal chemistry or thermal evaporation methods
- Postdoc (or visiting scientist) in time-resolved Kerr and Faraday rotation of spin dynamics in semiconductors
- Postdoc (or visiting scientist) in time-resolved ESR and ODMR of semiconductors
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