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ENSEMBLE3 sp. z o. o.

  • Warszawa, Masovian
  • offer expired 2 months ago
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  • full-time
  • trainee
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ENSEMBLE3 sp. z o. o.

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Your responsibilities

  • Development of 2D material-based photodetector and sensors devices.

  • Fundamental understanding of self-powered and exciton funnelling.

  • Disseminate results to the scientific community and to the public.

Our requirements

  • Master’s degree in the field of physics, chemistry, material science, or similar.

  • Experience with fundamental physics, optoelectronics, and electrochemistry.

  • PhD students who are affiliated to polish research Institute (Tax-free).

  • Strong motivation for science and scientific research.

  • Willingness to learn and take new challenges, proactive approach to perform tasks and reach objectives.

  • High-level proficiency in communication skills. Strong ability to work independently as well as in a team, social competence, personal responsibility.

  • A good level of English is required.

What we offer

  • Innovative scientific environment

  • outstanding experimental setups

  • International cooperation with experienced researchers

  • Administrative support for newcomers’ installation

Job describtion:

Project Focus: The project aims to develop new self-powered photodetectors and sensors using a photoelectrochemical based system. These devices will be designed to efficiently sense broadband or targeted infrared (IR) light by utilizing either novel single materials or a combination of 2D materials. The research will also investigate the mechanism behind the self-power capability of these devices, seeking to enhance the performance of photodetectors and sensors through the formation of regions with high and low tensile strain in wrinkled few-layer 2D material structures, which will enhance exciton separation. Furthermore, the project will place special focus on understanding exciton movement and optoelectronic properties of the photodetector. The successful implementation of these novel devices will be overseen by Dr. Pradip Kumar Roy, with the added benefit of close collaboration with Prof. Dorota A. Pawlak and The Functional Materials Technology group.

The candidate undertaking this research will have the opportunity to work closely with experts in the field and contribute to advancements in self-powered photodetectors and sensors with significant applications in various areas.

See details on the research expertise in recent publications:

• R. K. Ulaganathan, P. K. Roy, Adv. Funct. Mater.2023, 33, 2214078

• P.K. Roy*, Z. Sofer, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces2023, 15, 21, 25693–25703

• P. K. Roy*, Z. Sofer. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2023, 15, 1, 1859–1870

• P. K. Roy*, Zdeněk Sofer. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2021, 13, 30806–30817.

• E. Kovalska, P. K. Roy. NPJ 2D Materials and Applications, 2021, 68.

• P.K. Roy, J. Luxa. Nanoscale, 2020,12, 10430-104463

Required application documents:

  • CV (including a list of projects/publications);

  • Cover letter;

  • Proof of suitable diploma;

  • Name and addresses of two references.

This research is part of the project No. 2022/47/P/ST3/03401 co-funded by the National Science Centre and the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 945339

To Apply: Please visit: http://ensemble3.eu/careers

Application deadline: 14.10.2023

Competitive candidates will be interviewed before the appointments are made.

For further information, visit: www.ensemble3.eu

ENSEMBLE3 sp. z o. o.

ENSEMBLE3 is a new Centre of Excellence for nanophotonics, advanced materials, and novel crystal growth-based technologies located in Warsaw, Poland, created jointly by the Łukasiewicz Institute of Microelectronics and Photonics, the University of Warsaw (Poland), the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany), the Sapienza University of Rome (Italy), and the Nanoscience Research Center nanoGUNE (Spain). The ENSEMBLE3 Centre will work on the development of novel material technologies and advanced materials with unique electromagnetic properties, with potential applications in fields such as photonics, optoelectronics, telecommunication, solar energy conversion, medicine, and aerospace.

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