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Deadline: 27 April 2012
Open to: Individuals holding a master’s degree in nanotechnology, physics, physical electronics, materials science or other relevant disciplines
Remuneration: NOK. 391 100 per annum, of which 2% is deducted for the State Pension scheme
Two PhD positions are offered within a new research project funded by the “FRINATEK” program of the Research Council of Norway, at the Department of Electronics and Telecommunications (IET) in Faculty of Information Technology, Mathematics and Electrical Engin... (IME), Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
The primary objective for the two PhD positions (PhD1(MBE) and PhD2(device)) is to study solar cells based on III-V semiconductor nanowires.
The PhD students will be working in close collaboration with other PhD students and post docs working on related nanowire projects. The PhD students will receive a strong multi-disciplinary training by working in a rich scientific environment through collaborations with other departments at the university as well as foreign collaboration partners.
They seek highly motivated individuals holding a master’s degree in nanotechnology, physics, physical electronics, materials science or other relevant disciplines.
Award holders at NTNU are normally appointed for 4 years with 25% of the time spent on teaching assistance and related assignments. The objective of the grant is to obtain a PhD degree, hence the successful applicant must be enrolled as a PhD candidate at NTNU. See also information about PhD education at NTNU at http://www.ntnu.edu/ime/research/phd
The appointment is at code 1017, salary level 48 the national salary scheme, gross NOK. 391 100 per annum, of which 2% is deducted for the State Pension scheme.
The application must contain information about education, examinations and previous experience. Certified copies of testimonies and documents must be attached. NTNU’s PhD rules require a master degree or equivalent, with at least 5 years of studies and an average grade of A or B within a scale of A-E for passing grades (A best). Candidates from universities outside Norway are kindly requested to send a Diploma Supplement or a similar document, which describes in detail the study and grade system and the rights to further studies associated with the obtained degree: http://ec.europa.eu/education/policies/rec_qual/recognition/diploma...
Applications are to be sent through this page. Please specify for which of the two PhD positions you apply (PhD1(MBE) or PhD2(device)). Application should be marked Jnr. IME-024-2012. Closing date: 27th of April 2012.