Research Fellow (Ultralow Power Electronics)

0-2 years
15 days ago
Job Description

Job Description

We are looking for a Research Fellow with experience in realizing two-dimensional (2D) negative capacitance field-effect transistors based on ferroelectric materials for ultralow power electronics applications.

The candidate is expected to:
. Develop device designs, fabrication, and extensive characterization of advanced transistors integrated with two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenides (2D-TMD) and ferroelectric materials.
. Report experimental results to the Principal Investigator
. Publish papers in reputable journals/conferences
. Assist in preparing progress reports and research proposals


. Possess a recognized PhD degree in Electrical/ Electronic, Physics or Materials Engineering
. He/she should ideally have a proven track record of publications in leading journals.
. Strong written and oral communication and presentation skills.
. Relevant experience in the field of CMOS nano-electronic devices and nano-fabrication technology would be an added advantage.
. Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills to work with various stakeholders.
. Meticulous, able to work well under pressure and commitment to meet tight deadlines
. Open to fixed-term contract

Department : Electrical and Computer Engineering

Employee Referral Eligible: No

Job requisition ID : 22093




The National University of Singapore (NUS) is a national research university in Queenstown, Singapore. Founded in 1905 as the Straits Settlements and Federated Malay States Government Medical School, NUS has consistently been considered as being one of the top and most prestigious academic institutions in the world as well as in the Asia-Pacific itself. It plays a key role in the further development of modern technology and science, offering a global approach to education and research, with a focus on expertise and perspectives of Asia. In 2022, the QS World University Rankings ranked NUS 11th in the world and first in Asia.

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