• 1 PhD position on SOI Sensors at Grenoble INP -IMEP-LAHC – France

Silicon-on-insulator sensors: an original reading method for bio-chemical applications

This PhD topic belongs mainly to the field of micro-nano-electronics, and more precisely to the sensing with ISFETs
fabricated on SOI substrates.

Deadline: June 8th, 2022

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  • 1 PhD position on Deposition of functional oxides by spatial atomic layer deposition (SALD) at Grenoble INP -LMGP – France

The candidate will focus on the optimization of the SALD deposition parameters and thorough characterization of the materials deposited. The candidate will also be involved in device fabrication and characterization. The ideal candidate is a highly selfmotivated individual of any nationality with a strong experimental background in semiconductor device physics and thin films.

Deadline: July 31, 2022

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  • 1 PhD position on the investigation of new bidirectional switches for battery chargers making use of a trench MOS technology at University of Twente – Netherlands

The power electronics & EMC (PE) group at the University of Twente has a vacancy for a Ph.D. student in the project “Accumulation-Mode BIdiswitch FArm for energy efficient battery chargers” which aims to investigate novel vertical bidirectional switches, in a trench MOS process, to reduce the power consumption in battery chargers. Deadline May 15

https://utwentecareers.nl/en/vacancies/489/phd-position-on-accumulation-mode-bidiswitch-farm-for-energy-efficient-battery-chargers/

  • 1 Post Doc position on Integrated Photonics for Quantum Computing at AMO – Germany

The Nanophotonics Group is an international team of passionate and enthusiastic physicists and engineers from various disciplines such as microelectronics, lasers and photonics, electrical engineering and nanotechnology. We are combining ideas from various disciplines to research key technology to scale the number of QBits in ion trap based quantum computers.

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  • 1 PhD position in Electrical Engineering at THM – Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen -Germany

The project will be on “High-frequency operation of Organic Permeable Base Transistors – Device optimization, compact model development, and benchmark circuits“.  The position is a DFG (German Research Foundation) funded project that is associated with the research group Nanoelectronics and Device Modeling at the Competence Center for Nanotechnology and Photonics. The main objective of the project is to optimize device design and develop a compact model for new vertical organic permeable base transistors. The project is in collaboration with the Chair of Opto-Electronics at TU Dresden, where the devices are going to be fabricated.

Details on PhD_Position

Or directly on: THM – Theses/Job/Position – Offers.

  • 1 PhD position in the research field of microelectronics aims at modelling of memristor devices in emerging technologies at THM-Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen (joint with URV-Spain) 

Goal of the project is the development of an analytical physicsbased compact model for circuit simulations to be used in the context of applications such as resistive RAM or synaptic devices for artificial neural networks. In particular, the research will focus on considering stochastic switching in a circuit design process. For verification by measurements, we are in close collaboration with several international research groups.

Details on THM Phd-engl-2022

Deadline: April 15, 2022

Both PhD positions are in the Device Modeling Research Group at go.thm.de/dmrg/en