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Member of the scientific staff (PhD candidate), THz semiconductor devices (f/m)
Published(199 days ago)
Deadline for applications(189 days ago)
University of Duisburg-EssenDuisburg
We are one of the youngest universities in Germany and have a fresh way of looking at things. We think in terms of
unlimited possibilities instead of possible limitations. Located in the heart of the Ruhr metropolis, we have 11 faculties
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potential and fight for genuine educational equality.
Job advertisement 51/19
The University of Duisburg-Essen, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Components of High Frequency
Electronics / Semiconductor Technology (BHE) at the Duisburg Campus is looking for
a member of the scientific staff (PhD candidate)
(Salary group 13 TV-L)
Collaborative Resarch Centre SFB / Transregio 196 "Mobile Material Characterization and Positioning by
Electromagnetic Scanning", Subproject C11 "Efficient, Sub-harmonically Coupled THz Circuits for Mobile Applications
Based on Indium Phosphide Heterobipolar Transistors":
Participation in research projects on electronic terahertz circuits and devices based on indium phosphide
Design, experimental realization of high-frequency semiconductor components as well as mm-waves and
The activity provides opportunities for further scientific qualification.
A Master Degree or equivalent in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Nano Engineering or Physics is
An excellent academic record in microelectronic device science, nano science, physics, or related areas,
with a solid academic background in semiconductor physics is essential.
Experimental skills in high-frequency measurements and in the field of RF circuit design are helpful.
Good knowledge of the English language is postulated; a strong commitment to learn German language is
The work will be carried out in close collaboration with our THz foundry partner, the Ferdinand-Braun-Institute in
Berlin, Germany, ensuing in project-related travel besides the usual participation in international research conferences
and project review meetings.
a wide, interesting, and challenging field of activity
It seeks to increase the proportion of women among scientific staff and therefore urges relevant qualified women to
apply. Women are given preference in accordance with the state equality law with equal qualifications.
Applications of suitable severely disabled and equal employees i. S. of § 2 Abs. 3 SGB IX are desired.
Please send your application stating the code number 50/19 and the identifier "C11" by e-mail to Prof. Dr. Nils
Weimann (Nils Weimann@uni-due.de). With your application and your detailed CV, please also send the names of
two persons (email address, telephone number) who can comment on you.
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