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Researcher: Nitride epitaxy and characterization

RISE is the Swedish Research Institute and innovation partner.
In international collaboration with industry, academia and the public sector, we ensure the competitiveness of the business community and contribute to a sustainable society.
Our 2,700 employees support and promote all manner of innovative processes.
RISE is an independent, state-owned research institute that offers unique expertise and about 100 testbeds and demonstration facilities, instrumental in future-proofing technologies, products and services. Our ICT Division offers expertise throughout the chain for a digital, innovation-driven society – hardware, software, business development and industry knowledge in a range of strategic areas.
The division offers cutting-edge expertise in areas such as sensor systems, automation, printed electronics, AI and data science, cyber security, visualisation, interaction design, fibre optics, sustainable transport and circular business models.We are looking for a Researcher with expertise in nitride materials technologyPlacement: Lund About the positionWe are looking for an expert in nitride materials technology to join us in developing novel and disruptive semiconductor technology.
The position is specifically connected to a three-year research project aiming to develop the next generation of GaN power electronic devices.
The project work is done in close collaboration with a European consortium and multiple Swedish partners. You will be part of a team of experts in power electronics, epitaxy, characterization, device fabrication and packaging.
As a researcher in this project your main tasks will be to analyze and contribute to synthesis of GaN structures based on nanowire technology.
Your work will include planning experimental work, carrying out clean-room processing, structural characterization, electrical characterization, epitaxy, evaluation of results and dissemination.We offer a fixed-period employment of 30 months placed in Lund with frequent travel to Linköping.
Possibility of permanent employment after the fixed project periodWho are you?We think you have a strong research background and hold a Ph.D.
in physics, materials technology or equivalent.
You are an expert in semiconductor materials and processing.
You have experience with synthesis, device fabrication and characterization of nitride materials, clean room processing, experimental methodology and electrical test equipment.
You are well organized, self-motivated and strive for excellence in every task.At RISE, we value difference and are convinced that diversity contributes to an innovative environment in which we all challenge boundaries and develop new skills and expertise for the future. Your work at RISE will not be easy, but we can promise an exciting journey alongside dedicated and highly skilled colleagues during which you’ll contribute to a sustainable future and strive to steal a march on the global competition.
Do you want to get on board?Welcome with your application!For more information about the position, please contact acting section manager, Duncan Platt, +46704559964.
Applications will be evaluated continuously, and the start date will be agreed with the successful applicant.
Application deadline: 27th June 2019.Our union representatives are Lazaros Tsantaridis (SACO), +46 10 516 62 21 and Linda Ikatti (Unionen), +46 10 516 51 61.Researcher, Nitride epitaxy and characterization, nitride materials technology, physics, materials technology, RISE, Lund


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publicerad: 2019-06-13
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