24 phd in power electronics positions at University of Cambridge

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 4 days ago

    The Department of Physics is looking to recruit a Senior Laboratory Technician to provide high-quality technical support to the research of the Optoelectronics (OE) and Microelectronics (ME) Groups

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 4 days ago

    of electromagnetism (ideally in COMSOL Multiphysics and including superconductors) - Design and construction of measurement systems including electronics and software development - Electric motors and/or power

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 4 days ago

    to demonstrate an integrated GaN technology which delivers both RF power amplifiers and power switches in a single circuit. This requires the development of common epitaxy platform suitable for both high frequency

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 4 days ago

    publication Interacting with other team members The successful candidate has (or is near obtaining) a PhD in computer science, engineering, human-computer interaction, cognitive science, or a related area. Also

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 4 days ago

    the field of organic and hybrid electronics. We are looking for a highly motivated, bright and enthusiastic candidate with a PhD in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science or a related area. A proven track

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 4 days ago

    the EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account Follow-On Fund. Materials costs in battery production represent the majority of the final cost of the cells. The cost inversely scales with the energy and power

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 4 days ago

    environment and because axons lose the intrinsic ability to regenerate. Recent work from Cambridge has shown that intrinsic regeneration ability is lost with maturity in the CNS because of changes in axon

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 3 days ago

    . The Fellow will be assigned to and work in collaboration with an established research group in the Department of Chemistry. In accordance with Dr Smith's will, applicants must have obtained their PhD degree

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 4 days ago

    at university level, including both lectures and seminars or smaller group work, and must have the ability to work as part of a team of lecturers, and to administer courses effectively. S/he will also be asked

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | about 14 hours ago

    ://www.inet.econ.cam.ac.uk/about/researchpage ) Successful candidates should demonstrate an ability to develop their own research ideas and also work as part of the strong networks research group in Cambridge. It is expected

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