Nano-dot deposition of catalytic and Magnetic materials by EBID (Wien - Zentrum)

A Marie-Curie PhD position is available at Vienna University of

Technology, Vienna, within the frame work of “ENHANCE” Marie Curie

Initial Training Network funded by the EU

(Reference Code: ENHANCE_TUV_ESR_2).

The main research and training activities are related to the

exploration of nano-scale deposition by means of a focused

electron or ion beam yielding nano-dots of magnetic and

catalytic materials. In addition, activities also include the

operation of a SEM, or a FIB system and the electrical

characterization and chemical analysis (EDX, AES, AFM) as

well as SQUID measurements of the deposited magnetic

materials. The fellow will receive comprehensive training in

a microstructure fabrication facility (clean room) and in the

advanced operation of SEM and FIB tools.

Job Requirements:

Good education background in Experimental Physics,
Materials Science, Physical or Analytical Chemistry

Scale of pay: According to the MC-ITN rules (around € 35,000/year)


EU, associated states,third countries - Austrians are not eligible

Completed master degree - master degree not older than 4 years

Host Institute:

Vienna University of Technology, Institute for Solid State Electronics

Supervisor: Dr. Heinz Wanzenboeck (

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