PhD Positions Electrical Engineering
Description : At the Chair of Sensor and Actuator Systems within the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at TU Berlin semiconductor and CMOS-based sensors are developed for biomedical purposes together with academic and industrial partners from material sciences, bio physics, bio chemistry, and medicine within the framework of interdisciplinary cooperative projects. In this context a number of openings are available as Research Assistant with Teaching Responsibility (Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin / Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter) and / or PhD Student within the Framework of Funding Projects (Doktorandin / Doktorand im Rahmen von Drittmittelprojekten) The opportunity to work towards a PhD degree is supported in all cases. All openings are full-time positions. Alternatively, part of these openings may also be assigned as postdoc positions. The related salary follows the respective standards at TU Berlin. The following areas and topics shall be addressed: – CMOS microarrays for electrochemical DNA detection – EOSFET-based sensor systems for in-vivo neural tissue interfacing – CMOS-based sensor systems for in-vivo and in-vitro neural tissue interfacing – Test and quality control of post-processed CMOS biosensor chips The technical areas covered within these openings range over mixed-signal CMOS circuit design, PCB based circuit design, semiconductor device physics, assembly techniques, and experimental electrical characterization. Applicants must have a diploma or master’s degree from a university in electrical engineering or in a similar discipline with excellent results. Knowledge in one ore more of the above mentioned areas, in particular in the area of circuit design, is desired and helpful, as well good English skills.
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Please send your application with appropriate documentation by email to: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Roland Thewes TU Berlin Faculty of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Sensor & Actuator Systems Sekr. E3, Einsteinufer 19, D-10587 Berlin, Germany [email protected] TU Berlin is aiming for an increase of the percentage of women, applications from female candidates are explicitly welcome.
In cases of equal qualification, aptitude and expertise of the applicants, female applicants will be given preferential treatment for those salary groups and careers in which females are underrepresented. Applications from severely disabled people with appropriate suitability are given preferential treatment.
Category : Electrical Engineering
Contact address : Prof. Dr.-Ing. Roland Thewes TU Berlin Faculty of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Sensor & Actuator Systems Sekr. E3, Einsteinufer 19, D-10587 Berlin, Germany [email protected]
Keywords : Biosensors, Electronic DNA Microarrays, Neural Tissue Interfacing, Sensor Interface Circuit Design, Mixed-Signal Circuit Design, CMOS