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Job Posting: Postdoctoral Fellowship in Sweden on Microsystems

October 19, 2017
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The KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden is looking for postdoctoral applicants who have a desire to conduct cutting-edge research in the field of RF/microwave/THz microsystems. The specific research project is on developing novel classes of micromachined microsystems above 100 GHz, i.e. pushing RF/microwave MEMS into THz frequencies, with the ambitious goal of such THz microsystems being the enabler for widespread use of THz technology.

The employment is time limited to 1 year with possibility of extension up to 4 years.

As a post-doc you will work in an interdisciplinary research team, and you are expected to present your research results at international conferences and to write journal publications for highly ranked microwave, microsystem, and application-oriented scientific journals.

Qualifications:

The successful applicant is expected to hold or to be about to receive a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering, Engineering Physics, or equivalent. The Ph.D. degree should be in RF/microwave/THz engineering. You should have a strong background in electromagnetic simulation tools such as CST, HFSS, ADS, and are proficient in MATLAB. You have experience in designing complex microwave components including filter design.

To apply, log into KTH's recruitment system and submit all required documentation as outlined on their website by October 31, 2017.

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