4 PhD Positions in Green IT: Join a cutting-edge EU-funded Doctoral Network that bridges academia and industry to explore topological spin structures for unconventional computing and sensing. The network brings together six leading European Universities and two major Industrial Partners, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Infineon Technologies Austria AG, and Singulus Technologies. Four exciting PhD positions are available from 2023/2024 onwards, offering an opportunity to delve into the realm of skyrmionics and its applications in low-power neuromorphic computing and integrated sensor-logic systems.
Designation: PhD Researchers
Research Area: Topological Spin Structures for Unconventional Computing and Sensing (Skyrmionics)
Location: Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Infineon Technologies Austria AG, Singulus Technologies
- Candidates with a strong academic background and keen interest in condensed matter physics, materials sciences, and spintronics are encouraged to apply.
- A Master’s degree (or equivalent) in a relevant field is required.
- Prior experience in experimental physics, materials characterization, and magnetic systems will be advantageous.
Job Description: During this PhD program, successful applicants will:
- Collaborate with leading academic and industrial partners.
- Conduct experiments to investigate static and dynamic properties of spin structures with specific topologies.
- Tailor the properties of these structures for innovative low-power unconventional computing methods.
- Benefit from scientific exchanges and secondments to partner institutions.
- Contribute to advancing the field of skyrmionics through groundbreaking research.
How to Apply: For inquiries and applications, please contact Prof. Dr. M. Kläui via the following details:
Please provide a comprehensive CV along with your application.
Last Date for Application: Open until filled
Note: This is a unique opportunity to be part of an interdisciplinary network that promotes collaborative research in the exciting domain of skyrmionics. Successful candidates will work in close cooperation with leading experts in materials discovery, fabrication, characterization, and theory. With joint offerings from industrial partners, Infineon Austria and Singulus, these positions promise a rich learning experience with cross-border exposure. Join us to shape the future of Green IT and transformative computing technologies.