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Research Fellow: Infrared Detectors

University of Southampton - Quantum, Light & Matter Group

Location: Southampton
Salary: £30,395 to £37,345 per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 20th November 2018
Closes: 19th December 2018
Job Ref: 1081518WF
 

Location:  Highfield Campus
Full Time Fixed Term -2 Years
Interview Date:   To be confirmed

We are currently recruiting a Research Fellow to undertake research in the field of Infrared Detectors. The project will offer a stimulating interdisciplinary environment and access to unique samples with which to explore new areas of nanoscience. The successful candidates will join an interdisciplinary team of approx. 12 PDRAs and numerous Ph.D students as part of a £6M, 5 year EPSRC funded project "Advanced Devices by Electroplating (ADEPT). The project will provide a breakthrough  in the devices that can be fabricated in the fields of phase change memory, thermo-electrics and infra-red detectors, by delivering a disruptive combination of feature size, device complexity and materials quality, through advanced electrodeposition of semiconducting materials; The programme is led by Prof. P. Bartlett FRS, president of the International Society of Electrochemistry, supported by investigators in Southampton's department of  Chemistry, Physics (Prof. David Smith) and Electronics (Prof. Kees. de Groot) as well as at the Universities of Nottingham and Warwick.

The successful candidate will be responsible for measuring and understanding the physical properties of the electrodeposited IR materials and devices and advising on how to optimise their properties. They will have a thorough grounding in the physics of semiconductors and optics. Knowledge of cleanroom processing techniques is advantageous but not essential. They will have good experimental skills and experience of characterising optoelectronic devices.  They will be able to use their basic physics knowledge to analyse and interpret experimental results, and innovate improved or new measurement techniques. 

This post is suitable for a candidate with a PhD* or equivalent professional qualifications and experience in Physics, Electronics, or Materials Science and is available to start immediately. The post is initially a 2 year fixed term appointment with the possibility of extension. 

For additional information/informal enquiries before submitting your application, contact Prof. David Smith (dcsmith@soton.ac.uk) or Prof. Kees de Groot (chdg@ecs.soton.ac.uk ).

Please include a covering letter and full CV in your application.

*Applications for Research Fellow positions will be considered from candidates who are working towards or nearing completion of a relevant PhD qualification.  The title of Research Fellow will be applied upon successful completion of the PhD.  Prior to the qualification being awarded the title of Senior Research Assistant will be given.

Application Procedure:

You should submit your completed online application form at https://jobs.soton.ac.uk.  The application deadline will be midnight on the closing date stated above. If you need any assistance, please call Rosie McPhail (Recruitment Team) on +44 (0) 23 8059 4043. Please quote reference 1081518WF on all correspondence

Further details: We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community. Please note that applications from agencies will not be accepted unless indicated in the job advert.

   
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