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PhD student Inorganic & Physical Chemistry

PhD student Inorganic & Physical Chemistry (2 x 2 years)
(mandate SBG/2008/004)

Job description
The PhD student will conduct
research within the frame of a recently acquired interdisciplinary
 research
project �A New Initiative of the �Bijzonder onderzoeksfonds�).
 The candidate
will focus on the investigation of (preferentially environmentally
 friendly)
wet-chemical synthesis methods for (new) functional metal oxides
 (nanoparticles
& thin films) with a high potential for innovative applications, due to
 the
combination of their structural, electrical and/or magnetic properties.
 An
important part of the work consists of a study of the relation between
 the
chemical composition, the structure/morphology (controlled by the
 synthesis
parameters) and the electrical and/or magnetic properties of the
 material. For
this purpose, the researcher use an extended range of state-of-the-art
characterisation techniques and work in a stimulating,
 multidisciplinary
research environment. The research of this project will be carried out
 in
collaboration within the Institute of Materials Research (materials
 physics
& chemistry). The PhD projects should result in the optimisation of
synthesis and process conditions and new fundamental insights towards
 the
realisation of functional materials for innovative
applications.

Profile and diploma
Candidates are able to work
independently and to conduct their research in a multidisciplinary
 context. This
also requires, that the candidates have a good knowledge of scientific
 English
and are able to speak the English and/or Dutch language fluently. A
 strong
interest in inorganic and physical chemistry, materials science as well
 as in
the synthesis and characterisation of functional materials is
 encouraged. The
candidates should have an adequate basic-knowledge of chemistry and
 materials
science and should therefore have a diploma of Master in (applied)
 Chemistry or
(applied) Physics, Materials Science, Bio engineer, Master in
 Industrial
Sciences, Civil Engineer or equivalent
diploma.

Appointment
Full-time appointment, with a duration of
2x2 years and an intermediate assessment after 2 years.

Further
information
 * Content job responsibilities:
Inorganic & Physical
Chemistry
 * Prof. dr. M. Van Bael, +32-11-26.83.82, marlies.vanbael@uhasselt.be,
 
 * Prof. dr. J. Mullens, +32-11-26.83.08, jules.mullens@uhasselt.be
Materials physics
 * Prof. dr. Patrick Wagner, +32-11-26.89.00,
patrick.wagner@uhasselt.be
 * Content terms of employment and selection procedure: Jef
Vanvoorden, 011-26 80 80, jef.vanvoorden@uhasselt.be
Application
Applicants must use the official
application forms
 * which are available at the Rectoraat of Hasselt
University, Campus Diepenbeek, Agoralaan - building D, B-3590
 Diepenbeek
(Belgium), phone +32 - 11 - 26 80 03
 * or which can be downloaded here:
 http://www.uhasselt.be/download/APengelsUH.doc
The completed application forms must reach the above
mentioned address no later than Friday, June 6th 2008.
Application by e-mail will only be taken into consideration when sent
 to the following address: jobs@uhasselt.be.

 



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