For the Cluster of Excellence Quantum Frontiers we invite applications for a
The successful candidate will prepare and investigate self-organized structures with a state-of-the-art highresolution transmission electron microscope. A particular focus will lie on method development for three dimensional structure analysis. Preferentially the candidate has a background in transmission electron microscopy and corresponding sample preparation or numerical structure reconstruction/image simulation. The project is part of the interdisciplinary research within the new and well-equipped Laboratory for Emerging Nano metrology (LENA) in Braunschweig. The project will be organized in close collaboration with the Physikalisch Technische Bundealsanstalt (PTB) and the Leibnitz University Hannover.
We are looking for a highly motivated candidate with a degree in physics or related fields and with interest in experimental improvements of electron microscopes and structure reconstruction. We expect the willingness to work at the different sites and for research stays abroad that may last several weeks. Fluent English will be required.
This is a fixed-term contract for 36 month. The salary level is E13 TVL (75%). Application expenses cannot be reimbursed.
TU Braunschweig is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity. We explicitly encourage women to apply and preference will be given to disabled applicants with equivalent qualifications.
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Please send your application solely per email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Application deadline is 24th of April 2019.
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|Title||PhD-Position - High-resolution Transmission electron microscopy|
|Job location||Pockelsstr. 14 , 38106 Braunschweig|
|Published||April 12, 2019|
|Application deadline||April 24, 2019|
|Job type||PhD  |
|Fields||Acoustics,   Electromagnetism,   Optics,   Thermodynamics,   Experimental Physics,   Geophysics,   Biophysics,   Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics,   Computational Physics,    and 20 more. Condensed Matter Physics,   Cryogenics,   Fluid Dynamics,   Materials Physics,   Mathematical Physics,   Medical Physics,   Molecular Physics,   Nuclear Physics,   Particle Physics,   Plasma Physics,   Quantum Physics,   Solid-state Physics,   Theoretical Physics,   Vehicle Dynamics,   Accelerator Physics,   Applied Physics,   Fluid Mechanics,   Chemical Physics,   Laser Physics,   Photonics  |