Full-Time Research Assistant (organic electronics)
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Tampere University of Technology (TUT) operating in TTY Foundation has approximately 2,000 employees and more than 10 000 students active in the scientific community, and the required research in the world and the business partner. Many of TUT’s research and education plays a key role in resolving global challenges.
Internationalism is a part of all of TUT’s activity. Come to our team of experts to develop high! Department of Electronics Electrical Engineering is a field of scientific teaching and research unit, which aims at high quality research and academic education, as well as active social interaction. The beginning of 2013 the institution combines communications now and will continue to electronics and communication enterprise.
The plant is one of the strengths of the University of DI-trainers, and the Department has research groups, resulting in significant research and training to the engineering doctorates in high-level research and development tasks. Organic Electronics Group offers a Master jobs gifted chemistry or materials engineering students. Objective of this thesis is to develop insulation materials for OLED applications. The work is part of a large EU-funded project to develop flexible OLED software components.
The work offers the opportunity to co-operate in the field of European top research groups and companies.
Thesis detailed objectives are:
- to identify and test the heat cross-linking of polymers and their properties
- to study the effect of temperature insulating ink surface tension.
An appropriate role for the final stage of their studies to a chemical or materials engineering students. The research group working language is English, so fluent English is an advantage. Remuneration will be based on job demands and personal performance, according to the university salary.
Research assistant tasks fit for teaching and research staff at Level 1 On personal salary component, which is based on the ECTS research assistants. Is filled for approximately 8 months period from 02.01.2013. Task is a 4-month trial period.
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