Mechanical Engineer interested in pursuing a PhD in an interdisciplinary research group that does...

Updated: 4 months ago
Job Type: FullTime
Deadline: 28 Feb 2022

The candidate will be involved in ERC StG project. In this project, microfluidic technologies are being used for the advanced synthesis and assembly of functional materials. The candidate will develop microfluidic devices and/or 3D printed microreactors to control the generation and printing of functional matter.

Your tasks

  • Design and fabrication of microfluidic devices and/or microreactors
  • Materials processing in microfluidic environments
  • The candidate will have to travel to the laboratory of our collaborator at ETH Zurich, Prof. S. Pané i Vidal.
  • Characterization of the materials generated with a wide range of spectroscopy and microscopy techniques, and other physicochemical tools.
  • Publication of results in scientific journals and presentation of results at international conferences

Your profile

  • Master in engineering and/or microfluidic related area
  • Skills and expertise in microfabrication, 3D CAD drawing, and assembly of devices
  • Knowledge in microfluidic technologies and/or printing systems
  • Experience with programming (e.g. Matlab, Python).
  • Good knowledge of English

Benefits

We offer a challenging position in an institution consistently ranked as the first academic institution in Spain and among one of the top 90 universities in the world, with outstanding infrastructure and an interdisciplinary surrounding. The position is available upon agreement. The salary can be negotiated based on the candidate’s background and qualifications.

Selection process

Please send your application including: CV, a motivation letter, and contact details of two academics who can be contacted to provide a reference letter. In the motivation letter, please indicate your personal motivation to get this position and your research interests.

Please submit your application to josep.puigmarti@ub.edu with the reference PhD_Engineer.

Acronym

MicroCrysFact

FBG project number

402190

Project title

Microfluidic Crystal Factories (μ-CrysFact): a breakthrough approach for crystal engineering

IP

Josep Puigmartí-Luis

Department

Department of Physical Chemistry

Gross salary per year

To be discussed

Required documents

Application letter, Curriculum vitae.

Send your application to:

email

josep.puigmarti@ub.edu

Name

Prof. Dr. Josep Puigmartí-Luis

email subject

PhD_Engineer


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