Applications are welcomed for the international students’ postdoc position in Direct versus indirect mechanism of Plasmon-driven catalysis to pursue their studies in the Netherlands.
AMOLF researchers are persistently scanning for the crucial connection between the architecture and associations of the complex issue and material systems and their motivation and capacity. Such a ‘systems’ can be a complex of biomolecules with properties that make life conceivable. It can be a nanostructure of a semiconductor with metal particles that catch the light. Or then again a recently outlined material with altogether different mechanical properties than you may anticipate. What precisely is going on at the full scale, smaller scale or nanoscales and in what capacity would this be able to be clarified? AMOLF specialists cover a broad domain. But they all research method strategies from material science to comprehend and control a system.
The subject of this projects is Postdoc position between the Nanoscale Solar Cells group of prof. Erik Garnett at AMOLF (Amsterdam) and the Nanomaterials for Energy Applications group of dr. Andrea Baldi at DIFFER (Eindhoven). The amount is up to €4,154 per month.
They are looking for an exceptional competitor that will work in an international and interdisciplinary group of scientific experts and physicists. You ought to have an ongoing Ph.D. degree in science, physical science, materials science or a firmly related field. Related knowledge in nanoparticle amalgamation or optical microscopy and spectroscopy isn’t required yet is viewed as an or more. You ought to will to part your working timetable between DIFFER (Eindhoven) and AMOLF (Amsterdam), which will fundamentally include some driving time (see www.ns.nl for planning and driving circumstances). Obviously, they also anticipate that you will have superb verbal and composed relational abilities in English.
The deadline for application is until August 31, 2018.