The candidate should be a person who holds a PhD as awarded within the three years prior to the date when the period for presentation of application forms closes. If the candidate does not hold a PhD yet, the deadline to be awarded a PhD is the date of publication of the Awarding Resolution in the Ministry of Education and Science web site.
The candidate should have enough research experience in the field of semiconductor devices, and must have a very good knowledge of the physics of electron devices. The research project to be carried out can be adapted to the candidate's profile. In any case, it will be related to the European projects in which we participate. Our contribution in these projects is the physics and modeling (in particular compact modeling) of the novel devices addressed by these European projects. In the case of NANOSIL Network of Excellence, the targeted devices are mostly: Schottky Barrier SOI MOSFETs, strained Si SOI MOSFETs, and Si Nanowires. In the case of the Compact Modeling Network the devices addressed are : multi-gate MOSFETs (FinFETs, DG MOSFETs,...), High Voltage MOSFETs and advanced HEMTs.
The postdoc position, which will be a contract, will have a duration of up to 3 years. The net salary will be around 1900 Euro/months. Researchers from many European countries will have tax exemption during the first two years, so they will be able to have much higher net salaries.
Interested applicants should send me their CV by e-mail.
DEADLINE TO RECEIVE APPLICATIONS: March 11 2008
MY E-MAIL ADDRESS IS: email@example.com
Nanoelectronics and Photonics Systrems Group (NEPHOS)
Department of Electronic Engineering
Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV)
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