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NWO-I
NWO-I
Location: Utrecht, Netherlands
PhD position: Modelling non-equilibrium CO2 plasmas for solar fuels
Dissociation of CO2 in high-frequency plasmas relies on exploiting vibrational excitation and dissociation kinetics driven by non-equilibrium conditions for electrons in the plasma. Current methods to model this system are based on strong approximations, due to the complex...
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European Patent Office (EPO)
European Patent Office (EPO)
Location: Munich, Germany | Closing on Aug 24
Scientists & Engineers
Join Europe's second largest international organisation Are you an engineer or scientist interested in joining an international team of highly qualified staff at the forefront of technology? Do you want to see the latest inventions? Then this professional opportunity is...
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NWO-I
NWO-I
Location: Utrecht, Netherlands
PhD position: Valleytronics in 2D semiconductors in High Magnetic Fields
Within a collaboration between the groups Semiconductors & Nanostructures and Soft Condensed Matter and Nanomaterials of the High Field Magnet Laboratory (HFML) in Nijmegen, this project is related to our research on low-dimensional electron systems in high magnetic fields....
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NWO-I
NWO-I
Location: Utrecht, Netherlands | Closing on Aug 15
PhD position: Detection of action potential propagation in 3D axons using intrinsic holographic contrast
Understanding how the brain orchestrates our thoughts and actions and how it is affected in disease are arguably among the most complex questions facing science today. Although classic biophysical work has firmly established how neuronal signals can emerge from the interplay...
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NWO-I
NWO-I
Location: Utrecht, Netherlands
PhD position: Aberration-free optical imaging in living brain tissue
Your work will be to utilize novel concepts in AO to implement high-quality, easy to operate modules that will greatly enhance the quality of existing optical microscopes. Therefore, we are looking for a candidate with a can-do mentality and a strong interest in optics....
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Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography ARCNL
Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography ARCNL
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
PhD position: Understanding fast ionic and neutral particle 'debris' generation in plasma sources of EUV light
Research The Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography (ARCNL) focuses on the fundamental physics involved in current and future key technologies in nanolithography, primarily for the semiconductor industry. ARCNL is a public-private partnership between the Netherlands...
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NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
Location: 't Horntje, Netherlands | Closing on Aug 21
PhD student “Understanding global saltmarsh dynamics using satellite remote sensing"
The Department Estuarine and Delta Systems (EDS, Royal NIOZ Yerseke) is recruiting a PhD candidate on the topic ‘Saltmarshes under stress: thresholds for saltmarsh dynamics from global satellite data’. We are looking for a highly motivated candidate with a keen interest in...
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AMOLF
AMOLF
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
PhD position: Unravelling the mysteries of hybrid perovskites for solar cells
The Hybrid Solar Cell Group focuses on novel paths towards more efficient solar cells using both organic and inorganic materials. We aim at combining the unique properties and the richness of organic materials with the highly efficient, well characterised inorganic materials.
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PhD position: Numerical modelling of plasma detachment and SOL physics in linear and toroidal geometry
This PhD project involves the modelling of so-called plasma detachment in tokamak divertors and in linear devices like MAGNUM-PSI used to simulate tokamak divertor conditions. The detached plasma state is characterized by a strong reduction of heat and particle loads to the...
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PhD position: The effect of magnetic flux expansion on the threshold and stability of plasma detachment in tokamak divertors
A key challenge in the development of fusion power plants is figuring out how to exhaust the gigawatts of liberated fusion power from the machine without damaging the walls surrounding the plasma. A significant fraction of this power (hundreds of megawatts) will be transported...