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Post-doc position "Scanning transmission electron microscopy of ferroelectric nanostructures"

 

Post-doc position "In-situ and operando electron microscopy of microelectronic devices"

 

Note : The 2 post-docs will share work about nanostructured ferroelectric oxides.

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 "Scanning transmission electron microscopy of ferroelectric nanostructures"

  • Place : CEMES/CNRS
  • Starting date : 01/2021
  • Duration : 12 mois, renouvelable jusqu’à 24 mois
  • Contract : ANR PRCI
  • Keywords : STEM HAADF/ABF/EELS, nanostructures, oxydes, ferroélectriques
  • Contacts : Sylvie Schamm-ChardonMartin Hÿtch

 

We are looking for a resourceful postdoctoral research scientist to join the team at CEMES-CNRS working on transmission electron microscopy of functional oxides (MEM group, MEM, in collaboration with the I3EM group, I3EM) and within an international project between France and Germany. Our aim is to develop a detailed understanding of the physics of oxide ferroelectrics when integrated at the nanoscale on a semiconductor platform examining their characteristics at the atomic scale with transmission electron microscopy-based methods (HAADF/ABF/EELS).

Details

https://bit.ly/3i8Ro7s

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"In-situ and operando electron microscopy of microelectronic devices"

  • Place : CEMES/CNRS
  • Starting date : 01/2021
  • Duration : 12 mois, renouvelable jusqu’à 36 mois
  • Contract : ESTEEM3
  • Keywords : FIB, in situ, interférométrie, TEM avancé, ferroélectriques
  • Contact : Martin Hÿtch

 

We are looking for a resourceful postdoctoral research scientist to join the team at CEMES-CNRS working on the development of in-situ and operando electron holography experiments (I3EM group). Our aim is to operate microelectronic components within the electron microscope whilst measuring the resulting electric, magnetic and strain fields at the nanoscale. The key to these experiments is specimen preparation by focussed ion-beam (FIB) and their electrical contact to specially designed lift-out grids.

Details

https://bit.ly/2O9wZS9