Our Laboratory for High Performance Ceramics (LHPC) has an opening for a
for experimental work in the 4-year cross-disciplinary project "Charge and energy transfer between cyanobacteria and semiconductor electrodes under γ-irradiation" funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation, in collaboration with Hasselt University and IMEC, and SCK-CEN, the Belgian nuclear Science Center in Mol.
The researcher will
We are looking for a highly motivated, ambitious and self-driven bio-physicist with a sound background in electrochemistry, surface science, thin film physics and theory. The new colleague must have a doctoral degree and should have preferably some years of postdoctoral experience in
This full time position is initially limited to two years (with possibility of an extension), which we wish to fill by no later than June 1, 2020. A fluent oral and written command in English and effective communication skills are mandatory as well as readiness for frequent international travel and flexible working hours.