Atom Probe Tomography (APT) is a state-of-the-art analytical method that allows for three-dimensional elemental mapping with near atomic resolution. It is a powerful tool that can provide unique compositional information on a variety of materials systems such as complex alloys, semiconductor materials and devices, and ceramic materials. Due to its outstanding spatial resolution (Δx ≈ Δy ≈ 0.2 nm and Δz ≈ 0.1 nm) and detection sensitivity (element concentrations down to a few ppm can be detected irrespective of elemental mass) it provides information essential for understanding structure-property relationships of complex materials and understanding atomic-scale phenomena such as solute segregation or clustering that may control local phase transformations and resulting material properties.
Applicants are expected to hold a PhD іn physics, mathematics, computer science, or engineering. Excellent programming skills and communication in English аrе key assets. Expertise іn tomographic image reconstruction or inverse problems is a plus.
The Vision Lab is a research group of the physics department at the University of Antwerp. The Vision Lab has unique expertise in the development of algorithms for reconstruction, processing and analysis of tomographic imaging data. Application domains are x-ray computed tomography (CT), MRI and electron tomography. The working environment is strongly interdisciplinary, combining techniques and insights from physics, mathematics, engineering, and computer science. The Vision Lab has a broad range of national and international collaborations with both academic and industrial partners. Recent publications on tomography can be found on http://visielab.uantwerpen.be/research/tomography.
Moreover, the analysis of semiconductor samples will be performed in close collaboration with imec (https://www.imec-int.com/en/home).
beginning of 2020 (to be discussed)
Interested candidates are invited to send a motivation letter, a detailed CV (including grades, honors, publications, ...), and contact info of at least two references to Christine Waerebeek (Christine.Waerebeek@uantwerpen.be), Prof. Jan Sijbers (Jan.Sijbers@uantwerpen.be) and Prof. Jan De Beenhouwer (email@example.com).
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|Title||Postdoctoral position, Computational Atom Probe Tomography - 2019BAPFWETEF340|
|Employer||University of Antwerp|
|Job location||Prinsstraat 13, 2000 Antwerpen|
|Published||December 13, 2019|
|Application deadline||March 1, 2020|
|Job types||Postdoc  |
|Fields||Biomedicine,   Medical Imaging,   Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics,   Computational Physics,   Materials Physics,   Computational Mathematics,   Machine Learning,   Image Processing  |