Within the Collaborative Research Center 951 „Hybrid Inorganic/Organic Systems for Opto-Electronics“, one PhD position is available within the Photonics group at Humboldt University.
The CRC 951 focuses on innovative hybrid systems comprised of inorganic semiconductors, metal nanostructures and conjugated organic molecules. Fundamental chemical, electronic and photonic interactions arising from the different nature of the subcomponents will be elucidated. The goal is the development of new functional elements on the meso- and nanoscale for opto-electronics. Further information can be found at https://www.physik.hu-berlin.de/de/sfb951.
The topic of the PhD position is:
Development of hybrid light-emitting devices
The candidate will realize hybrid diode structures based on ZnO as well as GaN in conjunction with various conjugated organic molecules and perform in-situ electrical as well as optical characterization. An UHV system comprised of deposition and characterization chambers is available. The goal is the development of hybrid light-emitting devices as well as the elucidation of exciton and charge transport across organic/inorganic semiconductor heterointerfaces.
The candidate is expected to have a solid background in condensed matter physics, in particular regarding carrier transport in organic and/or inorganic semiconductor nanostructures.
The position is available starting from May 2016.
Dr. Sylke Blumstengel
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