Research Fellow, Research Associate in MOVPE growth of III-Nitride Materials

Job Description

The post is based within the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and affiliated with the National Epitaxy Facility at Sheffield. The Epitaxy group currently has 30 team members including academic members of staff, a facility manager, research fellows and PhD students, and is equipped with two advanced III-nitride based MOVPE systems, comprehensive optical systems for advanced research on III-nitrides and other III-V materials, and extensive facilities for device fabrication and device testing.

Funded by an international centre-to-centre grant, you will work closely with national and international collaborators from other Universities and industrial partners. This is a leadership role, and your work will create innovative technologies based on III-nitride and other III-V integrated materials and devices on patterned substrates using advanced MOVPE overgrowth techniques. You will need to prepare and present results regularly, and will help to co-ordinate progress meetings. You will need to publish articles in high profile journals, attend project progress meetings and international/domestic conferences. Development of routes to commercial exploitation will be a feature of the work including the development of intellectual property rights.

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