Electrical characterization of a single nanosheet using the EBID technique
Master
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Short Description:
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Tasks:
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Requirements:
We are looking for a top-level student in Materials Science or Natural Science with excellent verbal and written communication skills in English who wants to make a mark in science. Knowledge of working with colloidal semiconductor nanocrystals is an advantage. The candidate must be able to work independently and progress in the research work by own achievements. He/she must be creative in solving experimental challenges. A fundamental part of the work will be reporting the results. The candidate must be experienced in writing technical/scientific reports. It is expected that the candidate has a solid research-ethical approach. The primary workplace will be the Institute of Materials Science and Nanotechnology and Max Bergmann Center of Biomaterials Dresden.
Our group does not discriminate based on race, color, gender identity, religion, or national origin. The application from students with disabilities will be particularly welcome.

Benefits:
We offer exciting tasks in a robust international academic environment as well as an open and inclusive work environment with dedicated colleagues. The student will learn advanced nanofabrication techniques and experience multidisciplinary nanomaterial research and development.



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Electrical characterization of a single nanosheet using the EBID technique
Master
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Short Description:
Details will be announced soon.

Tasks:
Details will be announced soon.

Requirements:
We are looking for a top-level student in Materials Science or Natural Science with excellent verbal and written communication skills in English who wants to make a mark in science. Knowledge of working with colloidal semiconductor nanocrystals is an advantage. The candidate must be able to work independently and progress in the research work by own achievements. He/she must be creative in solving experimental challenges. A fundamental part of the work will be reporting the results. The candidate must be experienced in writing technical/scientific reports. It is expected that the candidate has a solid research-ethical approach. The primary workplace will be the Institute of Materials Science and Nanotechnology and Max Bergmann Center of Biomaterials Dresden.
Our group does not discriminate based on race, color, gender identity, religion, or national origin. The application from students with disabilities will be particularly welcome.

Benefits:
We offer exciting tasks in a robust international academic environment as well as an open and inclusive work environment with dedicated colleagues. The student will learn advanced nanofabrication techniques and experience multidisciplinary nanomaterial research and development.



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