Forthcoming Events

13.05.2019 - 15.05.2019, Lincoln, NE, USA
02.06.2019 - 06.06.2019, Centro Congressi Abruzzo Berti Hotels", Silvi Marina (TE), Italy
17.06.2019 - 21.06.2019, Center for Free-Electron Laser Science (CFEL) at DESY , Hamburg, Germany
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Within the National Center of Competence in Research „Molecular Ultrafast Science and Technology” (NCCR MUST), the group of Prof. Dr. Jürg Osterwalder studies electronic and structural dynamics in solid surfaces, thin films, and self-assembled molecular layers by means of angle- and time-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy.

UniZH - Postdoctoral position - Observation of Electron Dynamics at Solid Interfaces

Your job

The project focuses on charge-transfer dynamics between suitable solid substrates (oxides, semi-conductors) and molecular ad-layers. It includes the sample preparation and characterization in a versatile surface science system, the setup and realization of femtosecond pump-probe experiments, and the data acquisition and analysis. The experiments may be carried out in our home laboratory as well as in external laboratories and facilities. The duration of the appointment is limited to 2 years.

For further information contact Dr. Matthias Hengsberger (*mae(tte7his-asq9.hw6enr*gsr#beq,rgd6erg3@pg2hye)sii-k.a,uze7h.s*chd) or Dr. Luca Castiglioni (7cag6stj7igv(lis.ono,i@o'phv2ysb$ikj*.ut/zhp%.ca1hn).

Your profile

Ph.D. degree in experimental physics or physical chemistry, in one of the following fields: femtosecond time-resolved experiments, angle-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy, surface science. Excellent experimental skills are required.

We offer

Please, send your application including a short research statement, your CV including the contact details of two references, a list of publications, and a PDF of your Ph.D. thesis electronically to Dr. Matthias Hengsberger.
NCCR MUST Office : ETHZ IQE/ULP-HPT H3 | Auguste-Piccard-Hof 1 | 8093 Zurich | E-Mail | +41 44 633 36 02
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