We currently have opening for a PhD within ML4Q Cluster of Excellence to work on superconductor/topological insulator interfaces.
The new member of our team should have completed masters-level degree in physics or material science and should have a solid background in condensed matter physics. Practical experimental and programming skills and hands-on experience with vacuum techniques are advisable. Experimental results are described within the frame of quantum mechanical band structure theory. Required is a systematic research approach and very good communication and presentation skills. Important is the high motivation and fascination about physics and desire to explore new physical phenomena.
What we offer:
We offer an interesting and challenging work in the state of art research facility that includes modern electron spectroscopy and laser laboratories, as well as fabrication- and cleanroom facilities. Research Centre provides possibility to access a number of cutting-edge characterization facilities, including lithography, AFM, SQUID, XRD, SEM, STM, Faraday Microscopy, PEEM or TEM. Funding is usually available for presentation of results at the national and international conferences.
We invite interested candidates to send applications including a CV, copies of exams, degrees and grades, a copy of your Master thesis (or a draft thereof), published articles or other relevant material such as letter(s) of recommendation to Dr. Lukasz Plucinski (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
For further information please contact Dr. Lukasz Plucinski directly or visit our website at https://electronic-structure.fz-juelich.de