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Emanuele Orgiu

Charge Transport Physics and Device Physics

Post-doctoral Position in "Materials and Device Physics"


Dr. Emanuele Orgiu leads the Molecular and Device Physics laboratory. His future research interests focus on the characterization of charge, spin and heat transport in novel materials such as organic (semi)conductors and 2D materials. These materials are integrated into two- or three-terminal devices as the active layer and such integration allows to probe different physical properties. 
Dr. Orgiu is looking for a 2-years post-doctoral researcher to find novel physical phenomena arising at low temperature in unconventional devices. The measurements will be carried out through a newly-installed characterization system which allows to go down to cryogenic temperatures in presence of high magnetic fields (up to 9 T), and to probe thermoelectric parameters such as thermal conductivity or Seebeck coefficient. 
A Ph.D. degree in Physics, Electrical Engineering or Physical Engineering is required. Past experience in either (i) low-temperature electrical characterization of organic (semi)conductors/2D materials or (ii) thermoelectric characterization of materials is recommended. A very good command of written and spoken English is required. 
Applications have to be submitted by email to emanuele.orgiu@emt.inrs.ca and must include (i) a full CV, containing any relevant experience and scientific publications; (ii) name, telephone and email contacts of at least two academic references. (iii) a motivation letter that explains the fit of the candidate's background with Dr Orgiu's research interests.


*ONLY selected candidates will be contacted by email to arrange an interview.

**We are looking for candidates whose PhD defense took place within 5 years from the hiring date