PhD position: Liquid Crystalline organic semiconductors for applications in electronics: alignment under nano-confinement

The thesis work will be focused on structural studies of small discotic molecules and conjugated oligomers, which are promising candidates for organic electronics. The candidate will search to improve the charge carrier mobilities by inducing alignment of organic semiconductors within porous matrices having nanometer-sized pores. The structural analysis will be carried out in IS2M as well as on synchrotrons in Europe and US.
The work will be conducted in collaboration with physicists of INESS in Strasbourg.

From: 24. Juni - 3 years

1700 Euro/month net

Successful candidate should have basic knowledge of general physics and X-ray diffraction, and will be ready to work in a multidisciplinary team including synthetic chemists and physicists.



Prof. Dimitri IVANOV
Institute of Materials Science in Mulhouse (IS2M)
68057 Mulhouse, FRANCE, 15

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