|salary:||EG 13 TV-L
|beginning:||as soon as possible
The Nanotechnology Group at the Institute for Micro- and Nanotechnology at the Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany offers
The “Nanotechnology Group” is conducting interdisciplinary research in the fields of localized gas phase electrodeposition, nanoparticle deposition, nanoelectronics, metallurgy, reactive materials and the emerging fields of metamorphic electronics, stretchable electronics, epidermal electronics or conformal electronics. Furthermore, assembly and transfer techniques for microscopic and nanoscopic elements are evaluated to enable heterogeneous integration. Our projects involve combinatorial exploratory research at the intersection between nanotechnology, material science, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering.
Our group is currently looking for motivated and engaged researchers in the following trusts:
Trust A: Localized gas phase deposition technologies to enable the directed growth of micro- and nanostructures. To achieve this, nanoparticles are deposited from the gas phase in two and three dimensions following a 3-D nanoprinter approach.
Trust B: Localized gas phase deposition technologies to enable the directed nanoparticle deposition of reactive multilayer systems. To achieve this, reactive nanostructured films containing reactive nanoparticles are deposited following a sputter free “reactive multi-layer nanofoils” avenue.
Trust C: Fabrication technologies to realize stretchable electronics, metamorphic electronics, and epidermal electronic systems. To achieve this, inorganic microscopic semiconductors and metals are used in combination with elastomeric substrates to produce stretchable printed circuit boards incorporating microscopic chips.
Trust D: Fluidic surface tension directed assembly of microscopic chips. To achieve this, liquid solder based receptors capture microscopic chips including LEDs and transistors. Here, the surface chemistry and surface tension play an important role and fluidic handling systems for chip transport and observation are relevant.
The research includes:
Setting requirements are a scientific university degree (Master, Dipl. (Univ.) ) in materials science, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering or comparable. Experience in the following areas is desirable: semiconductor processing technology, lithography, microsystems fabrication, advanced printed circuit boards, assembly of chips on various substrates, directed self-assembly, material transfer, and 3D modelling/simulation. The applicant is expected to exhibit a high degree of experimental skill, experience in design of prototypes and mechanical constructions. Applicants should point out those qualifications in their application.
Please provide evidence of the qualifications required for the job by certificates and references. Your application must contain at least the following documents
From individual advancement with a wide range of continuing education opportunities to a variety of health and recreational offerings, you can expect an appreciative working environment at a renowned university at TU Ilmenau. In addition to an attractive, familyfriendly working hours model, you will also benefit from advantages such as the use of the dining halls of the Studierendenwerk Thüringen, as well as participation in the various attractive sports offerings of the University Sports Center.