Location : Loughborough, United Kingdom
Yearly income : £29,301 - £32,004
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A 2-year fixed term post has arisen in the area of spin Seebeck devices for energy harvesting. One of the primary aims will be to develop instrumentation to characterise the spin Seebeck effect as a function of magnetic field, temperature, and thermal gradient. As part of your duties, you might also be expected to fabricate patterned multilayer thin film devices using photolithography techniques, followed by appropriate characterisation.
As this post will focus on develop of instrumentation candidates will be expected to have some knowledge of LabVIEW for automation of instrumentation. Knowledge and/or experience of magnetic, structural, optical and electric measurements will also be an advantage. Candidates are expected to hold a PhD in a relevant Physics, Engineering or Materials science field (or equivalent experience).
Further information and How to apply
Informal enquiries should be made to K. Morrison, Senior Lecturer, by email at email@example.com
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Application Closing Date: 13 July 2017