Funded PhD on MEMS Thz devices for spectroscopy and imaging
Buskerud and Vestfold University College in Norway is seeking applicants for a 3-year PhD Project on MEMS Thz devices for spectroscopy and imaging. The project will collaborate with Professor Claudio Paoloni at Lancaster University.
The project will explore novel disruptive ideas to develop powerful, compact and low cost MEMS-based terahertz (THz) radiation sources in the 0.2 to 1.0 THz frequency range. It will involve all elements of this development from device design and simulation, thorough material growth and iterative device fabrication to extensive device characterizations. The THz spectroscopy and imaging can also be an option of the research focus.
The application date for this PhD opportunity is 26 March 2014. Get more information
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