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Research training in plasma science and technology

Objective

Research Training in Plasma Science and Technology (PLASMAST) The National Centre for Plasma Science and Technology at Dublin City University offers EU-Marie Curie Research Training Fellowships (3-12 Months) Research Training is Offered In:
Optical and particle diagnostics of DC and RF low temperature plasmas;
emission, absorption and laser spectroscopy of laser plasmas and electrical discharges;
numerical modeling of plasmas;
thin film deposition (via pulsed laser, magnetron sputtering and neutral beam systems);
plasma surface modification/processing of electronic materials and industrial coatings; plasma enhanced chemistry and surface analysis Expertise and Facilities: Range of RF and DC low temperature plasma devices;
Automated probe systems;
Extensive suite of picoseconds, nanosecond solid state/tuneable dye lasers and OPO;
Various high resolution FTIR/IR - X-ray spectrometers;
Pulsed laser deposition (PLD) systems;
Magnetron sputter systems with ion mass and energy analysis of deposition fluxes;
Range of CCD and ICCD imaging systems; XRD, UHV-STM, AFM, LEED-Auger surface characterization. Candidates: Postgraduate students pursuing doctoral students in a country other than the Republic of Ireland. Minimum Qualification (or equivalent) Required: B.Sc. (Honours 2nd class or higher) or M.Sc. in Physics, Chemistry, and Electronic/Mechanical Engineering. Materials Science or related areas. Participation of both genders in an equal opportunity scheme is encouraged. Conditions: Nationals of an EU member state or EU associated state

Funding Scheme

BUR - Bursaries, grants, fellowships

Coordinator

DUBLIN CITY UNIVERSITY
Address
Glasnevin
DUBLIN 9 Dublin
Ireland