[Neutron] PhD student position in Materials science, in particular Thin Film Physics
carina.hoglund at esss.se
Tue Nov 13 16:33:04 CET 2012
PhD student position in Materials science, in particular Thin Film Physics
Placed at the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (IFM) University of Linköping, Linköping, Sweden.
Theoretical material science investigations with relevance for development of new types of neutron detectors.
Quantum mechanical calculations and thermodynamics analysis of the phase stability of disordered materials based on Boron (B) and Gadolinium (Gd).
Density functional theory calculations of materials properties and processes that can give understanding of the synthesis and usability of materials as thin solid films.
The PhD-studies will be performed in a large academic research group in Linköping with both experimental and theoretical colleagues as well as in collaboration with researchers at the new neutron research facility European Spallation Source (ESS) that is under construction in Lund, Sweden.
Your theoretical results will be investigated by experimentally focused colleagues. The knowledge obtained can inspire the development of new materials for the scientific application of neutron technology.
The applicant should hold a master degree in Physics, chemistry or equivalent. Good knowledge in quantum mechanics and solid state physics is required. The applicant should be fluent in spoken and written English.
Linköpings universitet shall continue to develop as an attractive and creative work place characterized by equal opportunities, and therefore works actively to promote diversity and gender equality.
According to agreement, as soon as possible.
According to present rates at the university
Dr. Björn Alling, bjoal at ifm.liu.se, phone +46 (0) 13-28 56 04
Prof. Lars Hultman, larhu at ifm.liu.se, phone +46 (0) 13-28 12 84
The trade union representatives are:
Örjan Lönnevik (SACO), (orjlo at ifm.liu.se), phone +46 (0) 13 28 66 34 and
Gerd Röndahl (OFR/S), (gerd.rondahl at liu.se), phone +46 (0)11-36 35 37
All applications must be clearly marked Dnr IFM-2012-00193. The application, CV and transcript of grades should be received at the latest 30th November, 2012 to
E-mail: work at ifm.liu.se
Documents that are sent electronically must be in MS Word (.doc/.docx) or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format.
By mail to:
SE-581 83 Linköping
Applications received after the date above will not be considered.
Dr. Carina Höglund
Researcher in Neutron Detection
European Spallation Source ESS AB
Linköping University, IFM
SE-581 83 Linköping, Sweden
Phone: +46 72 179 20 23
E-mail: carina.hoglund at esss.se<mailto:carina.hoglund at esss.se>
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