Looking for a PhD position in the field of optoelectronic or spintronic materials

Dear Members,
Myself srinivas and persuing M.Tech Nano Science and Technology from Jadavpur University, India. I have also obtained M.Sc physics with first grade.

I am writing here to request for Ph.D studentship in the field of semiconductors.

At present I am doing one year M.Tech project entitled " Effect of doping on electrical, optical and magnetic properties of nanocrystalline CuAlO2 for optoelectronic and Spintronic applications".

During this process, I have a good grasp of basic theoretical and experimental knowledge in the field of optoelectronic and magnetic semiconductors.

I am very much interested to join research in the field of optoelectronic or spintronic materials.

Please inform me if you have or find any open positions for PhD in the field of nanotechnology.

I am looking forward to your reply.

Thank you very much sir.

With regards,
srinivas

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