The successful candidate should have a PhD degree (or equivalent) in physics or micro/nanotechnology and have extensive experience in working with micro- and nanofabrication. Priority will be given to applicants with documented experience in device fabrication (sensors and transistors) and characterisation, electron beam lithography and transmission electron microscopy in that order. You should furthermore be highly motivated, hard working and easy to work with, ambitious, and have a high scientific standard. The project is a part of large European Integrated Project in the FP7, featuring a number of leading academic and industrial partners, and aiming to make large scale graphene and applications thereof a practical reality. Excellent communication and language skills as well as a team-oriented attitude are therefore requested, and experience with European projects or other international collaborative projects will count in favour, as well as experience with project management.
Scholarship Deadline: December 1st 2011
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