Technische Universität Dresden 01069 Dresden
At TU Dresden, Faculty of Science, Department of Physics, Institute of Applied Physics (IAP), the Chair of Opto-Electronics (Prof. Dr. Karl Leo) offers within a new BMBF funded project presumably as of 1st July 2015 two positions as
in the area of basic research on the understanding of defects in organic semiconductors and their effect on the electrooptical properties
(Subject to personal qualification employees are remunerated according to salary group E 13 TV-L)
These positions entail 50% of the fulltime weekly hours for the first year and 62.5% for the second and third year. They are limited to up to three years. The period of employment is governed by § 2 Fixed Term Research Contracts Act (Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz - WissZeitVG). The position offers the chance to obtain further academic qualification (e.g. PhD). This job posting remains subject to funding decisions by the project agency.
The IAP at TU Dresden is one of the worlds leading research institutes for organic electronic devices. The doping technology for organic small molecule semiconductors developed at the institute enables development of high efficiency organic light emitting diodes, solar cells and thin film transistors.
Tasks: The focus of the project is the detailed characterization of the density of states (DOS) of organic semiconductors. The influence of intrinsic defects as well as defects originating from the deposition process and morphology on the DOS and subsequently on the optoelectronic properties of the material, thin layers and full devices is of special interest. The work will cover a broad spectrum of experimental techniques, e.g. morphological studies on single layers, the characterisation of unipolar and bipolar devices by means of POEM measurements (electric potential mapping by thickness variation) and impedance spectroscopy, as well as modelling the experimental results by drift-diffusion simulation.
Requirements: excellent university degree (master or comparable degree) in physics, electrical engineering, material sciences, or related fields. The applicant should have good practical skills and should be interested in applied research, organic electronics, and molecular physics. Further requirements are high self-motivation, excellent command of English language, excellent computer skills, and communication skills for team work.
For more information please visit the web page of the institute or contact Dr. Daniel Kasemann (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Applications from women are particularly welcome. The same applies to people with disabilities.
Please send your complete application documents (cover letter, curriculum vitae, copies of relevant certifications, list of publications, reference list, etc.) – preferentially via e-mail – until 26th May 2015 (stamped arrival date of the university central mail service applies) to email@example.com (Please note: We are currently not able to receive electronically signed and encrypted data) or to: TU Dresden, Fakultät Mathematik und Naturwissenschaften, Fachrichtung Physik, Institut für Angewandte Physik, Professur für Optoelektronik, Herrn Dr. Daniel Kasemann, 01062 Dresden. Please submit copies only, as your application will not be returned to you. Expenses incurred in attending interviews cannot be reimbursed.
How to apply:
preferentially e-mail or mail
preferentially e-mail or mail
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firstname.lastname@example.org or to: TU Dresden, Fakultät Mathematik und Naturwissenschaften, Fachrichtung Physik, Institut für Angewandte Physik, Professur für Optoelektronik, Herrn Dr. Daniel Kasemann, 01062 Dresden, Germany