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Reference : UMR8502-ANTTEJ-001
Workplace : ORSAY
Date of publication : Thursday, February 11, 2021
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 14 months
Expected date of employment : 1 April 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : Between 2700 and 3800 €/month depending on experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
2D materials offer new applications in nanoelectronics some of them in the context of spintronic devices. Applications ideally require that 2D materials exhibit a ferromagnetic and highly spin-polarized electronic state. For such devices to be technologically relevant, these properties should persist above room temperature, and ideally be electrically controlled. Some 2D semiconductors are promising in this field. The relationship between atomic structure and the electronic and magnetic properties and functionalities will be carried during this post-doctoral fellowship. Inverse photoemission spectroscopy will be the main exploited technique.
- sample cleaning under ultra-high vacuum
- experimental obtention of electron band structure by inverse photoemission
- raw data analysis
- data interpretation
- writing of reports and/or articles
The position is open for PhD with experience in surface physicochemistry on surface and/or 2D materials. Skills on electron spectroscopies, growth or techniques related to surfaces will be positively appreciated.
The laboratory is a joint research unit of the University Paris-Sud and CNRS: UMR 8502. It depends mainly on the Institute of Physics of the CNRS, and on section 28 of the National Council of Universities. It associates professors and researchers, experimentalists and theoreticians (about a hundred people) and welcomes many students and visitors (more than sixty). Research support is provided by about sixty engineers, technicians and administrative staff.
The research activities of the Solid State Physics Laboratory cover a very broad field ranging from the new electronic states of matter to soft matter and the physical-biological interface through physical phenomena with reduced dimensions.
The person will work within the LUTECE team on the inverse photoemission setup.
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