Methods for Characterization of Transport Phenomena in Energy Materials
Area of research:
Scientific / postdoctoral posts
Reference No. EM 2019/6The Department Methods for Characterization of Transport Phenomena in Energy Materialsis looking for Postdoctoral Research Scientist (m/f/d), PhD in Chemistry or Physics R&D TasksSynthesis and structural characterization (X-ray/neutron diffraction) of new phases of bulk (primarily oxide) materials as powders as well as in single-crystalline form Sample preparation and macroscopic characterization of electronic, magnetic and thermal transport properties using the analytical laboratory infrastructure at HZBImplementation of a high-quality research program on thermal and electric transport phenomena in these novel materialsPublication of research results in peer-reviewed scientific journals
Your QualificationsPhD in Chemistry or Physics, ideally in Experimental Solid State Chemistry/PhysicsStrong experimental background in inorganic chemical synthesis, in particular powder synthesis by solid state reaction and/or single crystal growth by flux or optical floating zone methodsStrong experimental background in crystallography, structural analysis by X-ray and/or neutron diffractionWorking knowledge of characterization techniques for macroscopic magnetic, electronic and thermal material propertiesDemonstrated ability to work within a team, with guest researchers and technical support groupsContact details of at least two references should be provided
The employment contract is limited until 2022 within the framework of parental leave representation.
Further Information Mrs. Dr. Katharina Fritsch+49(0)30 firstname.lastname@example.org Closing Date: 24.05.2019 apply