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Charge transport in organic semiconductors

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  • Full or part time
    Dr Susanne Hennig
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Project Description

Group: Prof. Thomas Weitz, Physics Department, LMU Munich

Project: We are looking for a dedicated student to study charge transport in organic semiconductors (small molecules and/or polymers). Using temperature dependent electrical measurements the goal is to unravel the underlying mechanisms that limit charge transport in polycrystalline and single-crystalline organic conjugated materials.

Requirements: A strong background in semiconductor physics and an excellent command of the English language are a prerequisite.

Funding Notes

No tuition fees. Fully funded position, salary according to TV-L (E13)
30 vacation days
up to 14 months compensated parental leave possible
English and German classes offered by the university

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