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Lectureship in Device Modelling at Glasgow

Lectureship in Device Modelling at Glasgow

The University of Glasgow, established in 1451, is a member of the UK's Russell Group of leading universities. The University is committed to enhancing its position as one of the world's great broad-based research-intensive universities.
 

Applications for the post are welcome in any research areas in Device Modelling that complement the existing strengths within the School. The post-holder will develop, lead and sustain research of international standard in one or more of the following key Electronics and Nanoscale Engineering research areas: electronic, photonic, and/or nanomechanical devices, to lead research in areas synergistic and complementary to our current research areas including: the development of device simulation and modelling; development of nanofabrication processes and/or integration technologies; the development of novel devices for targeted applications; and the development of understanding of physical materials properties, deposition technologies, and their engineering for future device applications. Example materials include (but are not limited to) novel oxides, 2D materials, superconductors, and/or III-Vs.,contribute to teaching, assessment, project supervision and curriculum design at undergraduate and postgraduate levels; and participate in School management and organisation. 
 

The School is wishing to appoint a research leader in the area of Device Modelling. The successful candidate will grow a team developing systems and components in one or more of the following key Electronics and Nanoscale Engineering research areas: electronic, photonic, and/or nanomechanical devices, to lead research in areas synergistic and complementary to our current research areas including: the development of device simulation and modelling; development of nanofabrication processes and/or integration technologies; the development of novel devices for targeted applications; and the development of understanding of physical materials properties, deposition technologies, and their engineering for future device applications. Example materials include (but are not limited to) novel oxides, 2D materials, superconductors, and/or III-Vs. The successful candidate will establish collaborations with colleagues in the College in the development of new electronic, photonic, and/or magnetic components, and more widely in new system applications.  

 

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