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Development of graphene-based transparent conductive nanocomposite
The project aim is designing and fabrication of graphene-based transparent conductive films. Development of transparent graphene dispersion will be focus of the project. However, student will also have an opportunity to develop graphene-based conductive nanocomposites. Potential applications of the graphene-based transparent conductive nanocomposite could be lithium batteries, solar cells, fuel cells, super capacitors and sensors, for example.
The candidate’s skills must be multi-disciplined, with a background in chemistry and material science, nanotechnology, nanoparticles and additional experience in either colloid or surface science is plus.
Place of work
You will be working at YKI in Stockholm. Part of the work will be conducted in collaboration with universities.
The project is planned for 6 month for diploma student, but it is possible to extend it to 1 year for master student. It depends on student’s preference.
For further information please contact:
Anwar Ahniyaz, Project Manager, Materials and Coating, YKI
Mobile: +46 10 516 6059,
E-mail: [email protected]
Please send your CV and cover letter to our HR Manager:
[email protected], no later than Jan. 1 2011.
YKI, Institute for Surface Chemistry is a world-leading industrial research institute with a focus on innovation transfer in applied surface chemistry. Our mission is to develop and transfer competence, solutions and new technologies to industrial sectors where surface chemistry is of importance. YKI works with a variety of industries, including personal care, pharmaceutical, food, packaging and cleantech, and is part of Sweden’s leading research institute SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden.
YKI is a partner in the Berzelii Center EXSELENT and also hosting two internationally leading research center, Controlled-Release Center, CODIRECT and Interfacial Material Center for Clean Tech Applications, INTERMAT.
YKI has around 65 employees and is located in a research-intensive area on the campus of the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm. For further information please visit our website www.yki.se
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