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Reference : UMR7334-DELSTU-030
Workplace : MARSEILLE 13
Date of publication : Thursday, November 05, 2020
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 20 months
Expected date of employment : 1 January 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : from 2728.25 to 3881.28 € bruts monthly vs experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
Within the framework of a research contract with an industrial company specialized in ion implantation for microelectronics and photovoltaics, the IM2NP laboratory, through its IRM-PV (Interaction Rayonnement-Matière et Photovoltaïque) team, has for mission the study and the opto-electrical characterization of photovoltaic cells. These cells will be cut and passivated on the edges. The person recruited will have the dual objectives of analyzing passivation mechanisms and developing dedicated opto-electrical characterization tools.
In a non-exhaustive way, opto-electrical analyses will be carried out: photocurrent mapping by LBIC (Ligth Beam Induced Current) method, lifetime mapping by microwave phase-shift, lifetime measurement by QSSPC ... On the other way, electrical I-V and capacitive measurements will also be used, principally C-V but also DLTS (Deep Level Transient Spectroscopy). In addition, the recruited person will be able to participate in the implantation campaigns at the industrial site.
The person recruited must have a good knowledge of experimental characterization techniques applied to the field of photovoltaics. Knowledge of modeling tools will be a major asset.
This mission based on a 20-month contract researcher recruitment within the framework of an industrial project. The recruited person will work alongside the industrialist and will be based in the IRM-PV (Interaction Rayonnements Matière - PhotoVoltaïque) team, which focuses its research themes on photovoltaic conversion and the detection of radiation and/or particles in severe environments. The work of IRM-PV is based on the skills that the members of the team have been using for many years. In this sense, IRM-PV owns and develops a panel of specific characterization tools allowing to carry out studies from the material to the component.
Thus the main areas of expertise covered are : Radiation-matter interaction; Photovoltaic (Silicon, thin films,...); Opto-electrical characterization; Optical thin films; Neutron and UV detection for severe environments (wide gap semiconductors: SiC, diamond).
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