PhD: Direct-Write Manufacturing of Nanoparticle-based Structures

News - 14 September 2017

Are you interested in the field Nano engineering and specifically the topic Nanoparticles (NPs)? Then we have the prefect PhD position for you. The research group Micro and Nano Engineering (MNE) has a project which aims to research concepts and technologies for the direct-write of local NP patterns and functions.

The vacant position is within the Micro and Nano Engineering (MNE) research group. This group aims to develop the nanoengineering discipline by pairing basic nanoscience with engineering and production concepts. Research topics include 2D nanomaterials, diamond thin films, nanoparticles, polymer micro- and nanomanufacturing, nanotools, scientific instrumentation, and scalable micro/nanomanufacturing.  This project aims to research concepts and technologies for the direct-write of local NP patterns and functions. Technologies for the synthesis of particles are available; this is explicitly not the topic of research in this project. However, once particles are generated, the challenge is to arrange these into functional patterns, in methods that are potentially industry-compatible. This is the core challenge in the project. For more information about the specific tasks, requirements, conditions of employment and how to apply please open the PDF below.

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