In this multidisciplinary research project you will learn and apply new theoretical and experimental methods and techniques to develop existing prototype sensor concepts into practical devices. The successful outcome of this project will advance research and industrial applications covering microfluidics, (bio) chemistry, and medicine. Depending on your interests and competencies, this will involve your engagement in: 3D computer aided design (CAD) of phononic-fluidic measurement cells; Numerical modelling and topology optimization of acoustic-mechanical structures; Additive manufacturing (3D-printing) of your designs; Experimental analysis of acoustic sensor characteristics
Candidates should have a two-year master's degree (120 ECTS points) or a similar degree with an academic level equivalent to a two-year master's degree in engineering, physics, material science, or related fields. Documented experience with acoustics, wave propagation, and/or sensor systems will be considered an advantage
PhD scholarship in Phononic-Fluidic Sensor Systems DTU Electrical Eng Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Tuesday 11 Feb 20 Apply for this job Apply no later than 6 March 2020 Apply for the job at DTU Electrical Eng by completing the following form. Apply online The Department of Electrical Engineering and the Center for Acoustic-Mechanical Microsystems (CAMM) invite highly motivated and talented graduates to apply for a 3-year PhD position in a challenging research project on Phononic-Fluidic Sensor Systems. The goal of this PhD project is the design and realization of a new class of sensor systems by combining acoustic structures with fluidic elements containing exchangeable analytes. With the project we aim to explore the optimization of fluidic sensor elements with an acoustic metamaterial or phononic crystal. This novel application is expected to allow highly sensitive analysis of liquids and mixtures. You will contribute to state of the art research at the boundary between engineering, physics, and material science. The project is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). The focus of CAMM is to facilitate and connect research in acoustic-mechanical interaction, numerical methods and optimization, microfabrication, and acoustic measurement techniques. In collaboration with three world-leading Danish companies in hearing aids and electroacoustic devices, we combine strong expertise from DTU Electrical Engineering and DTU Mechanical Engineering to achieve this goal. Responsibilities and tasks In this multidisciplinary research project you will learn and apply new theoretical and experimental methods and techniques to develop existing prototype sensor concepts into practical devices. The successful outcome of this project will advance research and industrial applications covering microfluidics, (bio) chemistry, and medicine. Depending on your interests and competencies, this will involve your engagement in: 3D computer aided design (CAD) of phononic-fluidic measurement cells Numerical modelling and topology optimization of acoustic-mechanical structures Additive manufacturing (3D-printing) of your designs Experimental analysis of acoustic sensor characteristics Prior experience with one or more of these methods is considered beneficial to your application. For these tasks you will take responsibility for project planning, data management, lab work such as fabrication and setting up and running experiments, and comprehensive documentation. You are also expected to be able to work in a highly collaborative environment inside CAMM, as well as with local and international partners. Close exchange between DTU Electrical Engineering and DTU Mechanical Engineering is expected. Fluent written and spoken English is essential. Your PhD project will result in scientific publications of your results. You will present at international conferences as part of your research training and you can also sharpen your didactics skills through experience as teaching assistant. As a PhD student in CAMM and the Acoustics Technology Group, you will benefit from our strong expertise in acoustics, numerical modelling, optimization, metamaterials, and microfabrication technologies. This will allow you to: Be a part of a creative and stimulating scientific environment Develop your theoretical and experimental skills Collaborate with experts in topics related to your project We offer an interesting and challenging job in an international atmosphere with the focus on research, teaching, innovation, and scientific advice for the benefit of society. We offer a great flexibility in the position, and emphasize work-life balance. In the area of technical and natural sciences, DTU is one of the leading research and education institutions in Europe. Qualifications Candidates should have a two-year master's degree (120 ECTS points) or a similar degree with an academic level equivalent to a two-year master's degree in engineering, physics, material science, or related fields. Documented experience with acoustics, wave propagation, and/or sensor systems will be considered an advantage. Approval and Enrolment The scholarship for the PhD degree is subject to academic approval, and the candidate will be enrolled in one of the general degree programmes at DTU. For information about our enrolment requirements and the general planning of the PhD study programme, please see the DTU PhD Guide . Assessment The assessment of the applicants will be made by Prof. Frieder Lucklum and Prof. Jakob Søndergaard Jensen. We offer DTU is a leading technical university globally recognized for the excellence of its research, education, innovation and scientific advice. We offer a rewarding and challenging job in an international environment. We strive for academic excellence in an environment characterized by collegial respect and academic freedom tempered by responsibility. Salary and appointment terms The appointment will be based on the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations. The allowance will be agreed upon with the relevant union. The period of employment is 3 years. As the PhD position is a part of a DFG funded research project it will include an external research stay at a German collaboration partner. You can read more about career paths at DTU here . Further information Further information may be obtained from Prof. Frieder Lucklum ( email@example.com ) tel.: 45 4525 3937 or Prof. Jakob Søndergaard Jensen ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) tel.: 45 4525 4280. You are very welcome to write or call if you have any questions about the position or the recruitment process. You can read more about the Center for Acoustic-Mechanical Microsystems and the Acoustic Technology Group on www.camm.elektro.dtu.dk and www.act.elektro.dtu.dk . You can read more about DTU Elektro at www.elektro.dtu.dk/english . Application Please submit your online application no later than 6 March 2020 (23:59 local time) . Applications must be submitted as one PDF file containing all materials to be given consideration. To apply, please open the link "Apply online", fill out the online application form, and attach all your materials in English in one PDF file . The file must include: A letter motivating the application (cover letter) Curriculum vitae Grade transcripts and BSc/MSc diploma Excel sheet with translation of grades to the Danish grading system (see guidelines and Excel spreadsheet here ) Candidates may apply prior to obtaining their master's degree but cannot begin before having received it. Applications and enclosures received after the deadline will not be considered. All interested candidates irrespective of age, gender, race, disability, religion or ethnic background are encouraged to apply. DTU Electrical Engineering educates students within electrical engineering technologies. We offer studies at BEng, BSc, MSc and PhD levels, and participate in joint international programmes. We conduct state-of-the-art research within antenna and microwave technology, robot technology, power and physical electronics, acoustic environment, electro-acoustics, electric power and energy. Our department has more than 200 members of staff. Technology for people DTU develops technology for people. With our international elite research and study programmes, we are helping to create a better world and to solve the global challenges formulated in the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Hans Christian Ørsted founded DTU in 1829 with a clear vision to develop and create value using science and engineering to benefit society. That vision lives on today. DTU has 11,500 students and 6,000 employees. We work in an international atmosphere and have an inclusive, evolving, and informal working environment. Our main campus is in Kgs. Lyngby north of Copenhagen and we have campuses in Roskilde and Ballerup and in Sisimiut in Greenland.
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