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For those who are interested in Erasmus+ internships

For those who are interested in internships we’ve got this email:

Dear colleague,
I am writing to you regarding Erasmus+ programme. If you maybe know students with Chemical, Physics, Material science, or some other technical backgrounds, which would like to do the internship with Erasmus+ at Jožef Stefan Institute, Electronic Ceramics Department in Ljubljana, Slovenia, they can apply to my email.
Thank you
Best regards
Hana “
 

EMPLOYER INFORMATION

Name of organization

Jožef Stefan Institute

Address

Jamova cesta 39

Postal Code

1000

City

Ljubljana

Country

Slovenia

Telephone

+386 1 477 3936

Fax

+386 1 477 3887

E-mail

hana.ursic@ijs.si

Website

http://www.ijs.si/ijsw/V001/JSI

Number of employees

900

Year of foundation

1949

Contact person

Dr. Hana Uršič

Department / Function

Electronic Ceramics Department K5

Direct telephone number

+386 1 477 3936

Direct mobile

+386 051 30 51 54

Direct e-mail address

hana.ursic@ijs.si

Short Description of the Company

The Jožef Stefan Institute is the main research institute in Slovenia. It gathers more than 800 employees within several research departments in physics, chemistry, electronics, energetics etc. The Jožef Stefan Institute has collaborations with national and international companies and universities.

The Electronic Ceramics Department is active in the field of synthesis, properties and applications of ceramic materials for electronics and energetics including mainly piezoelectrics, ferroelectrics, relaxors and conductive oxides. At the department, the studies focus mainly bulk materials, thick and thin films and printed structures prepared from lead-based as well as lead-free materials.

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PLACEMENT INFORMATION

Department / Function

Electronic Ceramics Department K5, Jožef Stefan Institute

http://www-k5.ijs.si/

Description of activities

The work will be focused on the study of domain structure and the local conduction of different ferroelectric and relaxor materials. In order to characterize these materials, the piezo-response force microscopy (PFM) and conductive atomic force microscopy (CAFM) will be used for providing the information about the domain structure and local conduction of the selected samples. The study is interesting and scientific.

The aims of the internship job will be 1) to understand the basic principles of the atomic-force, piezo-response force and conductive atomic-force microscopes, 2) learn how to use these techniques and 3) characterize some selected materials by them.

Duration

at least 3 months, if possible more, first possible start date: 15th August 2015

Working hours / Weekly hours

8 hours/ day

40 hours/week

City

Ljubljana

Help with finding Accommodation

yes

Financial Contribution

no

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OTHER REQIUREMENTS

Driver license

Not needed

Other

Student of chemistry, physics, material science or some related studies

The applicant needs to be interested in characterization of new materials and motivated to work on high level scientific research in the area of piezoelectric and ferroelectric materials.