Postdoc in Advanced In-Situ Transmission Electron Microscopy of Processes in Nanowires and Lithium Battery Samples
The Molecular Windows group at the Department of micro and nanotechnology in Lyngby together with the Department of Energy Conversion and Storage at the Technical University of Denmark in Roskilde are hiring a Post Doc for 2 years to work on in-situ TEM of nanowire systems.
The postdoc position is divided into two parts: The first part will be working with in-situ TEM studies of electrically contacted nanowire devices. This will be along the lines of our studies published in Nano Letters . It includes the possibility for using electron holography on functional devices. It is within the ongoing FTP-NanoLive research project.
The second part will concern development the nanowire system for in-situ studies of processes in Li-ion batteries such as phase changes and associated degradation mechanisms during charge/discharge. Facilities at DTU Energy Conversion can be used for the cell assembly steps [2,3,].