1 PhD position and 1 post doc position in Anti-icing surfaces
1 post doc position in modelling and surface design for dropwise condensation (IV-78/17)
The Department of Structural Engineering, Faculty of Engineering (IV) at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) announces one vacant PhD and one vacant post doc position in the field of anti-icing surfaces. Both positions are for a period of three years. The PhD position is financed by the Research Council of Norway’ FRINATEK program via the project titled Towards Design of Super-Low Ice Adhesion Surfaces (SLICE) while the post-doctoral position is financed by the Research Council of Norway’ PETROMAKS II program via the project Durable Arctic Icephobic Materials (AIM).
We also announce one vacant post doc position in the field of modelling and surface design for CO2 condensation. The position is for a two years’ period and financed by the Research Council of Norway’ CLIMIT program via the project titled Superlyophobic surfaces for efficient separation and droplet condensation of CO2 (NanoDrop). The project is coordinated by SINTEF energy.
The PhD candidate and the post doc fellows will work at NTNU Nanomechanical Lab (NML), which is a sub-research group at Department of Structural Engineering at NTNU. NML currently has 2 professors, 17 PhD students, 2 post docs and 1 visiting PhD student, working on diverse topics related to materials, energy and nanotechnology. Recent publications, highlights and research activities can be found from the homepage www.ntnu.edu/nml. We offer multicultural, multidisciplinary and stimulating working environment with weekly Friday seminars given by either internal team members or international speakers, as well as well-established national and international scientific and industry network.
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