PhD position in Experimental Semiconductor Catalysis, Especially Electronic and Light-induced Processes for Water Treatment
Research on nanomaterials relevant for energy and environmental applications are well established at the Department of Solid State Physics at the Ångström Laboratory. In many cases, it is the electronic properties of materials that provide the desired functionality. Semiconductor materials is the class of materials currently used in a number of "green", or so-called CleanTech technologies, such as PV solar cells, photoelectrochemical solar cells, water splitting, artificial synthesis of hydrocarbons, and water treatment. Common to these is that electronic excitations and electron transport is used in each application. Research on optical and electronic properties of semiconductor materials is the key to understanding and creating new materials, combinations of materials and devices for the "green" applications.
Information about the project: The research is of a fundamental nature, but will be implemented in collaboration with other graduate students in the department who are working with more applied problems. The project comprises measurements and analysis of the electronic and optical material properties of the semiconductors of metal oxides, and combinations thereof. You will both participate in nano-fabrication of low dimensional semiconductors as well as measure on materials provided from other researchers. The current project aims to provide a fundamental understanding of the electronic properties of the new class of semiconductor materials, especially low-dimensional metallic oxides limited in 1D, 2D and 3D (thin films, wires and particles) where the electronic excitations, electron transport and surface reactions of these materials will studied in connection with their function as materials for purification of water. The PhD project includes the development of spectroscopic and electrical methods, surface probe microscopy, data analysis and theoretical modeling.
For our research we are looking for those who are curious and keen to take on new challenges. You will participate in the very exciting research which is of great importance to future energy and environmental applications.
Qualifications: Suitable candidates have MSc degree in Engineering Physics, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science orientation, or corresponding education. We require good oral and written proficiency in English. Knowledge in optics is an advantage. PhD position is for four years but can be extended to a maximum of five years including department duties at most 20% (typically teaching). Additional information is available on the divisions's website, http://teknik.uu.se/solid-state-physics, the department website, http://www.teknik.uu.se or the faculty website at http://www.teknat.uu.se.
Further details about the position and information how to apply is available at the university homepage http://www.uu.se/en/about-uu/join-us/details/?positionId=131605
Last date to submit your application is January 31 2017.
Dissertation: Zhen Qiu
On Tuesday the 21:st of May, at 13:15 in Polhemsalen Zhen Qiu will defend her thesis entitled "Transition metal-based electrocatalysts for alkaline water splitting and CO2 reduction". The entire thesis can be found online http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:uu:diva-380575
Post-doc position about magnetic multiferroics
The division is looking for a post-doc to work with nanoscale multiferroics. More information can be found under open positions.
David Langhammer will on Friday the 12:th of April at 10:15 in room Å2005 present his licenciate thesis entiteled "Adsorption and reactions of sulfur dioxide on TiO2 surfaces: Fundamental studies on single crystals and nanoparticles”
Post doc position about magnetic nanoparitcles
The division is looking for a post-doc to work with Atomic force microscopy of DNA-magnetic nanoparticle hybrid structures for biosensors.
Docent lecture: Shedding Light on new Perovskite solar cell Materials
The Department of Engineering Sciences hereby invite all interested to a docent (associate professorship) lecture by Dr. Meysam Pazoki in the subject solid state Physics at thursday 11thApril 2019 at 9.00 in room Å4001.
Dissertation JunXin Wang
JunXin Wang will defence his thesis entitled "Angle dependent light scattering of functional nanoparticle composites" on Friday the 8:th of March at 13:15 in Polhemsalen.
Dissertation: Rasmus Luthander
Rasmus Luthander will defence his thesis entiteled “Self-consumption of photovoltaic electricity in residential buildings” Thursday the 29:th of November at 13:15 in Häggsalen.
Licentiate seminar - Dennis van der Meer
Friday 16 November, Dennis van der Meer will present his licentiate thesis entitled “Spatio-temporal probabilistic forecasting of solar power, electricity consumption and net load” at 13:15 in Å2005.
The opponent is Dr. Jan Kloppenborg Møller from the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at the Danish Technical University (DTU).
Dissertation - Andreas Mattsson
Andreas Mattsson will defend his thesis entiteled "Infrared spectroscopy studies of adsorption and photochemistry on TiO2 surfaces: From single crystals to nanostructured materials" on Wednesday the 21:st of November at 09:15 in Häggsalen.
Elbilsladdning i rum och tid
Institutionen för Teknikvetenskaper inbjuder härmed alla intresserade till docentföreläsning i ämnet Teknisk Fysik.
Föreläsare: Fil dr Joakim Munkhammar
Titel: ”Elbilsladdning i rum och tid”
Datum: Onsdagen den 5 september, 2018, kl. 09:00 (prick kl 09:00, tag plats innan!)
Plats: Häggsalen, Ångströmlaboratoriet
Ordförande: prof. Ewa Wäckelgård
Docenturnämndens representant: prof. Hana Barankova
Föreläsningen, som är ett lärarprov för den som ansökt om att bli antagen som docent, ska kunna följas av studenter och andra med kunskaper på grundutbildningsnivå inom ämnet, men kan även vara av intresse för en bredare publik. Föreläsningen varar 45 minuter med efterföljande frågestund och diskussion och kommer att ges på svenska/engelska
Dissertation - Tian Bo
Tian Bo will defend his thesis entitled "Magnetic Nanoparticle Based Biosensors for Pathogen Detection and Cancer Diagnostics" on Friday the 4:th of Mayl at 13:15, in Häggsalen
Dissertation - Serkan Akansel
Serkan Akansel will defend his thesis entitled "Magnetization Dynamics in Ferromagnetic Thin Films: Evaluation of Different Contributions to Damping in Co2FeAl and FeCo Film Structures" on Thursday the 3:rd of May at 13:15, in Polhemssalen.
Dissertation - Yuxia Ji
Yuxia Ji will defend her thesis entitled "Thermochromic VO2-based materials for smart windows: Progress towards applications in buildings" on Friday the 20:th of April at 9:30, in Häggsalen
Article published in physical review letters
Edgar Rojas has published an article in physical review letters with the title Continuous-Variable Triple-Photon States Quantum Entanglement.
Dissertation - David Lingfors
David Lingfors will defend his thesis entitled "Interacting Solar Variability Assessment in the Built Environment: Model Development and Application to Grid Integration" on Thursday the 21:st of December at 13:15, in Häggsalen.
Article published in Physical Review B
Daniel Hedlund, Sofia Kontos, Peter Svedlindh and Klas Gunnarsson have recently published an article in Physical Review B about the magnetic properties in the Fe5SiB2−Fe5PB2 system. Additional information can be found in the article https://journals.aps.org/prb/pdf/10.1103/PhysRevB.96.094433
Dissertation - Mikael Andersson
Mikael Andersson will defend his thesis entitled "Interacting Magnetic Nanosystems - An Experimental Study Of Superspin Glasses" on Friday the 2:nd of June at 13:15, in the Siegbahn hall.
Dissertation - Carlos Triana
Carlos Triana will defend his thesis entitled ""Atomic short-range order, optical and electronic properties of amorphous transition metal oxides. An experimental and theoretical study of amorphous titanium aTiO2 and tungsten aWO3 solid thin-film oxides" the 15:th of May at 13:15, in room Å80101