In the frame of an FWO research project in the research Group of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry of the Institute of Materials Research and in collaboration with the University of Antwerp (EMAT) the University of Hasselt has a vacancy for (m/f):
The candidate will perform research in the Group of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry (Institute for Materials Research) of the University of Hasselt and in collaboration with the group of EMAT of the University of Antwerp.
Since the specific research project is already in progress, the candidate should be able within a very short timeframe to synthesize by wet chemical methods (as described by the project) multimetal oxide powders and thin films with potential multiferroic properties.
While the synthesis work will be performed in the Group of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry together with PhD students, the structural, electrical and magnetic properties will be characterized in collaboration with other research groups.
Profile and diploma
PhD in science or engineering with a substantial background in inorganic chemistry and wet chemical synthesis of metal oxides. Candidates who will get a PhD degree in the near future are also allowed to apply. Interest or experience in the interdisciplinary research domain of multiferroic metal oxides is considered as an asset.
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