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Reference : UMR7334-DELSTU-027
Workplace : MARSEILLE 13
Date of publication : Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Type of Contract : FTC Technical / Administrative
Contract Period : 20 months
Expected date of employment : 1 November 2020
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : 2891.91 bruts mensuels
Desired level of education : Higher than 5-year university degree
Experience required : 5 to 10 years
The agent will contribute to the development of numerical experimentation aimed at the optimization of next generation solar cells, known as hot carrier solar cells.
The agent's work will be part of the ANR ICEMAN project, which brings together the institutes of IPVF, C2N, FOTON, LPCNO, the international laboratory NEXT-PV, and IM2NP.
- Optimize the design of absorbing heterostructures (main)
- Study the impact of nano-patterning on photonics (main)
- Design a protocol to interpret photoluminescence spectra and extract thermodynamic parameters from hot carrier populations (secondary)
- Develop simulation codes (secondary)
- solid state physics,
- micro- and nano-electronic devices,
- scientific calculations.
- quantum transport,
- electronic and optical properties of quantum heterostructures.
- English: level B2.
- Work by project.
Created in 2008 under the supervision of the CNRS and the Universities of Aix-Marseille and Toulon, the Institut Matériaux Microelectronique Nanoscience de Provence (IM2NP) is a large multidisciplinary research unit of around 300 people working at the confluence of physics, chemistry and microelectronics. IM2NP has a broad spectrum of skills which enables it to relate many fundamental aspects to applications in the fields of advanced materials, integrated electronics and nanosciences.
The host team, Modeling of Quantum Nano-devices (NQS), is expert in quantum simulation of the electron-phonon interaction in electronic and photonic components. The NQS team participates in particular in the development of new photovoltaic or thermodynamic concepts based on the quantum nature of electronic transport at nanometer scale.
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