Do you want to contribute to a future where we can create the new generation of electronic logic device?
At DTU Energy our research efforts are aiming at developing spintronic applications. Spintronics is a promising approach which goes beyond the operating principle in present-day electronics where the logic operation relies on the electron spin instead of its charge. Recently, heterostructures based on complex oxide systems have attracted a lot of interest in spintronics where the interconversion between electron spin and charge occurs through the spin-orbit coupling. Realising breakthroughs in such conversion phenomena will pave the way for a next generation of logic devices based on spin rather than charge.
The position offered is part of a new national project supported by the VILLUM Foundation. The project is carried out in close collaboration between DTU Energy in Denmark and CNRS/Thales in France.
The objective of this project is to investigate the coexistence of a large spin-orbit coupling and electron mobility in oxide heterostructures and devices for spintronic applications. We hope that you are interested in joining this exciting project at the crossroads between physics, materials science, and logic device applications!
More information on the position and application are found here.