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Superlattices and quantum confinement in 2D materials via substrate effects


   Department of Nanochemistry

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  Dr Michele Tamagnone  No more applications being accepted  Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

About the Project

This research activity will be focused on creating new nanophotonic devices based on 2D materials including (but not limited to) graphene, boron nitride and transition metal dichalcogenides . The candidate will study quantum confinement and band structure engineering of carriers and excitons in 2D and van der Waals materials using a patterned gate substrate, which can achieve nanometer-level features thanks to a new nanofabrication process. Funding for this position is provided by the European Research Council trough the 2020 Starting Grant “SubNanoOptoDevices’’

Requirements:  a degree in materials science, engineering, or physics, with a strong interest in solid state physics, nanomaterials, experimental optics and optoelectronics. Work experience within a micro/nano-fabrication facility will be positively considered. A working knowledge of Python or Matlab programming is desirable.

To apply click here  https://unige.it/en/usg/en/phd-programmes, from the list of PhD programmes listed at this link,

https://unige.it/sites/contenuti.unige.it/files/documents/ALLEGATO_A_XXXVIII%20-%20EN%20-%202022.11.11.pdf

choose the Curriculum: NANOCHEMISTRY (CODE 9532) for the Course: SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF CHEMISTRY AND MATERIALS at page 46  

The positions is listed in the general web page of the PhD programs of the Università degli studi di Genova.  applicants can download the complete notice of competition (the Notice of Competition) , with general condition on Phd Courses and the application, the list of PhD programs, containing the Course description. Please follow the steps listed: 1. Choose the programme, 2. Review the application, 3. Apply, following the detailed instructions and using the online procedure .

For further details, please contact:

-      concerning the research theme, please contact: [Email Address Removed]

-       for administrative issues contact [Email Address Removed]

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