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Jobs in nanoscience and functional materials at NTNU

Jobs in nanoscience and functional materials at NTNU

All job opportunities at NTNU are listed at Jobb.norge.no, but here you will find a (possibly incomplete) list of current positions related to nanoscience, nanotechnology and functional materials. Please remember, all applications should be filed through jobb.norge.no.

Permanent positions

Permanent positions

A position as Associate Professor is available at the Center of Excellence QuSpin (Center for Quantum Spintronics) which is part of the Department of Physics, NTNU in Trondheim, Norway. The research area of the vacant position is experimental study of electronic structure using angular resolved photoemission spectroscopy. The position will be hired as a permanent Associate Professor position, with possibilities for applying for promotion to full professor level. 


The candidate will develop an independent and innovative research program within the area of experimental studies of many-body effects in electronic structure using angularly resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES), including spin-resolved ARPES. The Center has recently completed the purchase of and installation of excellent inhouse facilities for such studies.

Read more about the position here.

PhD and post doc positions

PhD and post doc positions

The work of the Postdoctoral Research Fellow is centered around further theoretical development and numerical implementation and testing of a near field binary holographic technique that we have developed (see e.g. https://arxiv.org/abs/1804.06910) for the design of masks for shaping matter waves for the purpose of using them in lithographic applications.

Read more about the position here.

The position is part of the REVEAL project (Formation of small plastic particles in the environment and their bioavailability, accumulation and impacts on aquatic species) funded by the Norwegian Research Council. The aim of REVEAL is to understand how plastic degradation leads to the formation of small microplastics and nanoplastics in aquatic environments and understand which properties influence their fate, bioavailability and potential for accumulation and impacts on aquatic organisms.

Read more about the position here.

Other positions

Other positions

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