Location : Lens, France
Yearly income : around 28200 € net yearly
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The post-doc researcher will directly be involved in the nanoscale electrical characterization of ferroelectric organic layers by means of Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) tools. She/He will investigate polarization switching properties and electrical conductivity of the synthesized organic barriers by using Piezoresponse Force Microscopy (PFM) and conductive-AFM (c-AFM). More specifically, the post-doc researcher will be in charge of the fabrication of nano-sized tunnel junctions by conductive-tip AFM (CT-AFM) technique in order to accurately control the organic barrier thickness. The candidate will interact and collaborate with the consortium teams of the FEOrgSpin project (Ferroelectric control of organic/ferromagnetic spinterface).