We are looking for a highly motivated scientist to work on perovskite solar cells for thin-film tandems application with a focus on developing highly efficient and long-term stable semi-transparent perovskite solar cells using fully vacuum-based methods.
You have a PhD degree in physics, materials science, electrical engineering, or similar field with strong hands-on experience in semiconductor thin film device processing and characterization. In-depth experience in perovskite device fabrication and advanced characterization is mandatory. Know-how in various PVD deposition techniques. The experimental nature of the work requires a very high level of experimental skills to operate sophisticated machines, independence to design and execute experiments/characterizations, and analytical mindset for interpreting measured data. You are a team player and your strengths include taking personal responsibility, high motivation for innovation, excellence and flexibility to work and deliver results. You have excellent verbal and written skills in English. Knowledge of German is beneficial but not mandatory.
We offer an international, highly stimulating research environment with excellent infrastructure and broad interdisciplinary surroundings with plenty of possibilities for personal and professional development. The initial contract is one year.