- The research unit Plasma Technology at our University investigates cold atmospheric pressure plasmas.
- Next to developing our own plasma sources, we explore novel applications in materials science, environmental engineering and medicine.
- The PhD student position frames within an international project on plasma-assisted wound healing and skin treatment.
- Our task within the project is to engineer and characterize through advanced optical diagnostics a suitable plasma source and, in collaboration with our (bio)medical research partners, to unravel the mechanisms of plasma-skin interactions.
Profile of the candidate
We are looking for an enthusiastic, talented researcher with a keen interest in both experimental plasma physics and medical applications, good social skills to function successfully in an interdisciplinary international team, and good to excellent English language skills.