PhD in Electrical Modelling of Perovskite Solar Cells

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PhD in Electrical Modelling of Perovskite Solar Cells

You like to contribute to cutting-edge solar cell research by understanding how nanoscale processes influence device performance? Then have a look at this project!

School: School of Engineering
Starting date: 1st of September or by agreement

Your role

Your PhD work is embedded into a project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation. Topic of this project is to develop numerical simulations for perovskite semiconductor devices that allow to describe the results of AFM-based nanoscale characterization. The goal is to clearly relate nanoscale features to device performance. You would focus on the modelling part of both devices and nanoscale measurements in close collaboration with a PhD student, who takes over the experimental part of the project.
Potential tasks are:

  • Using numerical device modeling software to simulate the optoelectronic response of solar cells
  • Developing a more-dimensional model taking into account the nanostructure of films and the geometry of the AFM experiment
  • Optoelectronic and spectroscopic characterization on the device and nanoscale
  • Identifying and formulating open research questions
  • Presenting and publishing your research results 

Your profile

  • You have an excellent Master degree in physics, electrical engineering, or computational science, or similar
  • Ideally, in your Master thesis or a research project, you gained already experience in numerical modeling of semiconductor devices
  • You have a solid background in semiconductor physics or are highly motivated in obtaining it
  • You are committed to research with a high intrinsic motivation for pursuing a PhD
  • You enjoy working in a team but at the same time like carrying out tasks independently
  • You have good communication and English language skills

This is what we stand for

Zurich University of Applied Sciences ZHAW is one of Switzerland's largest multidisciplinary universities of applied sciences, with over 14'000 students and 3'400 faculty and staff.

In the Organic Electronics and Photovoltaics research group at the Institute of Computational Physics (ICP) we investigate the physics of solar cells and further optoelectronic devices using innovative characterization and modelling approaches. We perform cutting-edge fundamental and applied research in a young team of motivated scientists.

ZHAW is committed to gender-mixed and diverse teams in order to promote equality, diversity and innovation.

What you can expect

We offer working conditions and terms of employment commensurate with higher education institutions and actively promote personal development for staff in leadership and non-leadership positions. A detailed description of advantages and benefits can be found at Working at the ZHAW. The main points are listed below:

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Contact

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Tress
Head of Novel Semiconductor Devices Team

wolfgang.tress@zhaw.ch

Jasmin Strobel
Recruiting Manager

jasmin.strobel@zhaw.ch




ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences



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Location: Switzerland, Winterthur
Categories: Computer Engineering, Computer Sciences, Electrical Engineering, numerical modeling, PhD, Physics, semiconductors physics,

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