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ICN2 JOB OFFER: RESEARCH ENGINEER

ICN2 JOB OFFER: RESEARCH ENGINEER

News JOBS 25 October 2016 4307 hits jags

Within the NFFA-EUROPE European Project, fast-scan capabilities of scanning probe microscopes (SPM) will be developed in collaboration with Technical University of Munich (TUM) and Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) in Trieste.

One of the main limitations of SPM is their rather low time resolution that precludes the in-operando investigation of a variety of surface phenomena where time resolution down to few ten ms/image is required. Within this Fast SPM project a universal module transferable to various SPM control units will be developed. The fast module will be adapted both to STMs and to AFMs, at the maximum scanning rate achievable.

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