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Thermoelectric transport simulations in solid-li ... (1 reply)
The Computational Nanotechnology Group at the University of Warwick, is seeking for a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow to carry out research as part of the EU Horizon 2020 FET-Open UncorrelaTEd, ‘Solid-liquid thermoelectric systems with uncorrelated properties.’ UncorrelaTEd develops advanced thermoelectric materials with enhanced power factors and conversion efficiencies, based on solid-liquid hybrid materials. The Researcher will have experience in performing large-scale electronic transport simulations (quantum mechanical and/or semiclassical) and analysing their results, as well scientific software development skills. Ideally the researcher will have a PhD degree in Electronic Engineering or Physics, and have strong experience with semiconductor physics, electronic transport simulations, including the Non-Equilibrium Green’s Function method, Monte Carlo methods, Drift-Diffusion, etc, as well as a strong code development background. Experience with electronic structure methods such as atomistic tight-binding, k.p, and DFT would be a particular advantage, as would knowledge of Matlab, and C/C++ programming languages. Experience and knowledge of thermal transport methods will also be advantageous.
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