The group of Integrated Devices and Systems (IDS), University of Twente invites application for a Postdoc position to work on CMOS transistors and their wear-out due to hot-carrier degradation.
The aim of the project is to investigate the self-repair (recovery) of transistors and to formulate a model to describe this effect, in order to improve contemporary reliability estimates for CMOS electronics. The postdoc will continue the work of a PhD student currently working on the topic.
Within the project, the University of Twente cooperates with several industrial partners and two academic partners with a strong international reputation. The focal point of the research is experimentation, combined with analysis and model development. The students have full access to state of the art characterization equipment as well as the MESA+ Nanolab for experimentation.
Start Date: May 1, 2021.
Duration: Full-time position for 18 months.
- A gross salary from € 3.353;
- Full status as an employee at the UT, including pension and health care benefits;
- Holiday allowance and end-of-year bonus;
- Excellent facilities for professional and personal development;
- Good secondary conditions, in accordance with the collective labor agreement CAO-NU for Dutch universities;
- A green campus with lots of sports facilities and an international scientific community.
- The University of Twente is looking for a highly motivated, positive, and hardworking researcher (F/M) with a PhD degree on a topic directly related to transistor reliability.
- They seek candidates with good team spirit and multidisciplinary curiosity, who like to work in an internationally oriented environment where many cultures meet.
- Proficiency in English is a requirement.
To apply for this position, applicants are to submit the following documents:
- a detailed CV (resume) and a publication list,
- an application/motivation letter, emphasizing their specific interest, qualifications, and motivation to apply for this position.
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Application Deadline: December 31, 2020.
For more information, visit the official site.