|Job Advertisement:||ESR-6: PhD at Julius Maximilians University of Würzburg, Germany|
|Topic:||Qualitative and quantitative characterization of loss mechanisms in organic solar cells|
|Supervisor:||Prof. Dr. Vladimir Dyakonov|
|Application date:||Position is now available|
|Starting Date:||As soon as possible|
Qualitative and quantitative characterization of loss mechanisms in organic solar cells
We invite applications from highly motivated candidates interested in doctoral studies on the above research topic to gain new insights into fundamental processes in organic solar cells. In return, the successful candidates will be excellently supervised by the principal investigators, will collaborate with other doctoral students in the group as well as within an international consortium and will have the opportunity to present their results on international conferences as well as to obtain a PhD degree. All research and training activities are part of the EU-funded International Training Network SEPOMO. The doctoral project will include three secondments (2 or 6 months) at partnering groups at Fundació EURECAT (Spain) and Chemnitz University of Technology (Germany). We expect successful candidates to write a doctoral dissertation at the end of their studies.
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For more information please contact Prof. Dr. Vladimir Dyakonov,
The University of Würzburg, home of 6 Nobel prize winners in physics and 5 in chemistry, was founded in 1402. It enrols more than 28,000 students. The Chair of Experimental Physics VI (Energy research) was founded by Prof. V. Dyakonov in 2004, and has since built up an international reputation in fields such as thin-film photovoltaics and spin-related phenomena in semiconductors.