Laboratory for Electronic Ceramics_PhD study
We are looking for a student that would like to obtain PhD in experimental solid-state materials science/ chemistry/physics to work on materials with exotic electrical and magnetic properties such as multicaloric materials. Activities will include the syntheses, structural determination, and physical properties investigation. The student will be employed at the Institute Jožef Stefan Ljubljana, the largest research institute in Slovenia.
Using the facilities of the newly established Laboratory for material science ULTRACOOL (http://www-k5.ijs.si/sistem-za-nanasanje-trdnih-delcev-v-curku-aerosola/;http://www-k5.ijs.si/oprema/ultracool-laboratorij-financiran-iz-direktorjevega-sklada-2017/) we will investigate the feasibility to prepare multicaloric composites. The work will take place at the Laboratory for Electronic Ceramics, K5 (http://www-k5.ijs.si/en/), from Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia, under the supervision of Asst. Prof. Hana Uršič Nemevšek (https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Ijc7xS4AAAAJ&hl). Collaboration with national and international research groups is an essential part of the research. If you have finished the Master program (or not yet) and you are interested in PhD study and employment at the institute, please contact me at email@example.com.
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