PhD Student: Crystallization fouling and the rational design of intrinsically scale-phobic surfaces
Institute of Energy and Process Engineering
Zurich, CH
vor 1 Tg.

Job description

The focus of this PhD will be on developing a science-base for how surface structure, composition, and environmental factors influence the onset of limescale nucleation, growth, and adhesion.

The student will have the unique opportunity to learn, develop, and apply a range of cutting-edge surface nanoengineering techniques and advanced experimental characterization methods.

Surfaces will be fabricated guided by theory as will the necessary new diagnostics that we will develop. Findings here will advance one of the most important remaining challenges for applications at the water-energy nexus and will carry fundamental implications for our ability to predict and control limescale formation.

Your profile

Only candidates with a Masters degree (or equivalent) in engineering, materials science, chemistry, physics or related areas from an internationally recognized institution and an excellent academic record will be considered.

A strong interest in experimental work is required and previous experience with experimental work is an advantage.

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