Thesis, internship, and post-doc opportunities
Many-body problem in nanoelectronic
Offer N°: 13177
The many-body problem remains one of the most difficult problem of Condensed matter theory and in spite of a large panel of theoretical techniques, many situations are still to be understood (pehaps the most famous being High Tc superconductivity). Mesoscopic systems (small and very cold electronic systems) allow to artificially control the strength of the electron-electron interactions and are hence natural test-beds for the many-body problem (both theoretically and experimentally).
Multi strained channels integration for 10nm FDSOI CMOS
Offer N°: 13175
This PhD thesis is focused on the evaluation of different strain techniques for boosting the electrical performance of FDSOI CMOS for sub 10nm generation nodes.
Resonant states in Many-Body Perturbation Theory
Offer N°: 13173
L_Sim laboratory develops for many years a software devoted to the calculation of materials and molecules electronic structure. This so-called BigDFT software is based on the Density Function Theory (DFT) and uses a Daubechies wavelet basis set. DFT considers the electronic density as the quantity monitoring the fundamental properties of the materials.
How peptides interfere with material-induced protein aggregation
Offer N°: 13168
Thesis starting in october 2013, Grenoble. Study of the molecular mechanisms that lead to the formation of protein aggregation nuclei at the surface of materials.