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Job description

The group of Nanostructure Physics at the Department of Applied Physics at KTH-Albanova conducts research on new magnetic materials and nanodevices for applications in nanoelectronics. The work tasks to be performed are electrical high-frequency measurements on magnetic nanodevices as well as analysis and theoretical modeling of the measured data. 


The applicant should have completed a college degree (fil kand or higher). Extra merits are knowledge and skills within magnetism, electronics, electrical and high-frequency measurements (GHz range), data acquisition, data analysis, theoretical modeling.  

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Type of employment Temporary position 3-6 months
Employment expires 2018-12-31
Contract type Part-time
First day of employment Accordig to agreement
Salary Monthly salary
Number of positions 1
Working hours 50%
City Stockholm
County Stockholms län
Country Sweden
Reference number S-2018-0681
  • Vladislav Korenivski, Professor, +46 70 723 64 63
Published 17.May.2018
Last application date 28.May.2018 11:59 PM CET

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