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Open Positions in our Group

PhD position(s):

no open position at the current moment ...

MSc. & BSc. projects:

Orbital Tomography:

The global aim of this BSc. or MSc. project is to help develop and consolidate orbital tomography and provide a basis whereby it could be even more generally applied. The BSc. or MSc. student will work with laboratory and/or synchrotron based UHV systems on collaborative projects with the theory group of Peter Puschnig (KFU) and Forschung Zentrum Jülich (GER) through the FWF-funded project concerned with the same topic. Specific projects, molecules and experimental techniques will be decided upon discussion with the candidate.

Contact michael.ramsey@uni-graz.at for further details.

The metal organic interface: formation and electronic structure

Within this BSc or MSc project(s) the geometric and electronic structure of thin molecular films grown on metal and oxide substrates will be investigated applying a range of modern surface science methods.

In specific, the student will both prepare and investigate the molecule/metal interfaces in ultra high vacuum systems. The measurements will mainly include UV and x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (UPS and XPS) in addition to LEED. The projects will be embedded in a collaboration with the orbital tomography projects and the theory group of Peter Puschnig.

Contact georg.koller@uni-graz.at for further details.


Surface Science Group, Institute of Physics, University of Graz
Universitaetsplatz 5 8010 - Graz
Prof. Dr. Martin Sterrer Phone:+43 (0)316 380 - 1620 (-8555)
Fax:+43 (0)316 380 - 9816

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