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14 PhD available at International Marie-Curie Programme

14 PhD available at International Marie-Curie Programme

14 PhD positions are available for highly motivated Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) as part of the new H2020, EU-funded, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Joint Training and Research Programme “QUANTIMONY: Quantum Semiconductor Technologies exploiting Antimony”.

The QUANTIMONY consortium is a European Innovative Training Network (MSCA-ITN) with a core focus on the field of Sb based semiconductor science and technology, covering all scientific and engineering aspects from modelling through to material growth and characterization, device fabrication and analysis, and industrial exploitation.

We are looking for 14 young talented ESRs to work towards their PhD in one of these countries: Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Spain and UK starting on April/June 2021.

We offer:

  • Comprehensive, interactive and international research training on semiconductor materials and devices covering fabrication, characterization, theoretical aspects and their application towards scalable and industrially relevant technologies.
  • Secondments and travel opportunities, as well as research-specific, complementary and transferrable skills courses and workshops, delivered by academic and industry experts, which are tailor-made to prepare young researchers for their future careers.
  • Three or four year contracts with a highly competitive salary adapted to the life cost in each host country.
  • Family allowances (where applicable) as part of the employment package.
14 PhD available at International Marie-Curie Programme

Application procedure

  • Applications must be submitted online at quantimony.eu and include the following documents:
    • An internal application form listing your academic and job records (.docx template available).
    • A free format CV and official documentation such as degree and grades certificates will be required at a later stage.
  • Candidates must fulfil the eligibility criteria of the MSCA-ITN Programme in order to submit an application; otherwise, each candidate can apply to one or several ESR positions (up to a maximum of four) of the list below according to his/her preferences and mobility rule restrictions.
  • The deadline for application is January 31st, 2021.

AVAILABLE PhD POSITIONS

Spain

  • III-Sb quantum dots for spin-photon interfaces and quantum communications – CSIC, Spanish National Research Council (Madrid, Spain)
  • Smart synchrotron nanoprobe investigations of III-Sb devices – CSIC, Spanish National Research Council (Madrid, Spain)
  • Novel III-Sb quantum materials for photovoltaics – Polytechnic University Madrid

United Kingdom

  • III-Sb charge-storage devices for non-volatile random access memories – Lancaster University
  • Telecoms-wavelength GaSb quantum ring single-photon LEDs – Lancaster University
  • Advanced electron microscopy investigations of III-Sb devices – The University of Warwick
  • Wafer engineered long wave infrared photodiodes – IQE plc (Cardiff)

Germany

  • Development of antimony based interband cascade nanostructures and superlattices – Julius Maximilians University Würzburg
  • Evolutionary inverse design numerical approaches for improved III-Sb devices –Technical University Berlin
  • Optimization of MOCVD technology and industrial aspects and upscaling of III-Sb MOCVD technology –AIXTRON SE, RWTH Aachen University
  • Multiband quantum transport in III-Sb based devices – nextnano GmbH (München)

The Netherlands

  • Atomic scale characterization of III-Sb quantum materials – Eindhoven University of Technology
  • Magnetic empirical tight binding methods for III-Sb devices – Eindhoven University of Technology

Italy

  • Multiscale simulation of novel III-Sb quantum materials and devices – University of Rome Tor Vergata

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