Scanning probe microscopy and spectroscopy of 2D and 3D Dirac materials - Belgium
- You will be introduced to the ongoing research
- You will contribute with your own expertise and will receive additional training
- You will carry out research at the highest international standards
- You will contribute to the supervision of PhD and MSc students and other training tasks
- You will contribute to the development of new projects
- You will be given the opportunity to develop independent research
- You hold a PhD in Physics
- You have an excellent knowledge of the English language (spoken and written)
- Your main field of expertise is scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy
- Additional experience on the following fields are advantageous (no particular order of importance): magnetism, 2-dimensional materials, Dirac materials, doping (impurities, adatoms...), thin film growth, synchrotron radiation techniques
- You are resourceful, ambitious and internationally oriented
- You have excellent leadership and communication skills
- You like to take the lead on challenging projects (capability to work in a team as well as independently, problem-solving attitude)
- We offer a full-time postdoctoral research position, for one year, extendable up to three years.
- During the first year, and eventual subsequent years, you will be strongly encouraged to apply for an individual postdoctoral grant (various funding schemes available).