Doctoral Candidate in Experimental Physics of Liquid-Repellent Surfaces

Updated: about 1 year ago
Deadline: 25 Jun 2019

Your main task is to perform experiments using an advanced measurement setup, make modifications to the setup, analyze results, and to develop new concepts. The project aims to develop improved understanding on the fundamentals of surface wetting with potential for publications in high-impact journals. The project also has an applied edge with potential to secure IPR.


We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a strong background in soft matter physics or in a related field. Thus, the candidate should hold a M.Sc. degree in physics or related field. Experience in cleanroom microfabrication and/or theoretical/modeling work in support of the experiments are considered as assets.

The ability to collaborate and interact with other researchers and research communities is important. You should have good communication skills, good analytical and experimental skills and good ability to work independently toward the goals of the project.

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