....impact research on processing structure property relationships in materials and nanomaterials . ..
We are currently looking for a researcher to the Engineering lab at our client Stockholm office and offer a chance to be included in a long term material research pursuit .
We would like the candidate for this position to take on responsiblitly for our material research activities. This includes impact research on processing structure property relationships in materials and nanomaterials . Our aim is to develop mate rials with improved characteristics , primarly focusing on thermal properties (and mechanical properties that will enhance the thermal properties) but also improvement of electronic, magnetic, optical properties can be part of the coming tasks.
The daily task will be: Development of new materials that will increase the performance of the thermal solution of electronic equipment. Herein lies also the development of manufacturing processes of those materials and to patentall of it. To support the implementation of the new materials into Huawei products , products that are aimed at high volume production. To collect and conclude requirements for the new materials and their manufacturing process . Based on the requirements; to define research plan s on materials & processing that will support the requirements and an increased competitiveness in Huawei future thermal solution s To monitor, survey and map the industry & technology trend s within new materials. Based on the maps ; to build a network of TOP l evel material research resources /partners primarily based in the Nordic areabut also covering the rest of Europe) and together with the partners building a long, close and deep cooperation relation. These research activities will not only be restricted to the wireless / smartphone technology area , but his where we will start. There is a clear possibility in this role to work with basic fundamental research for the full Huawei product portfolio. The work will be done in very close cooperation with our head office in China.
Essential Skills required
(as many as possible from list below): We expect the candidates to have PhD and a 2 4 year of work experience after the PhD. The formal degree should be within material research like creation of new materials and materials with novel functionalities, fundamental understanding of proc esses that control the capabilitites of materials, and development of materials with significant improvements compared to present materials. General understanding of thermodynamics and a familiarity with thermal solutions like phase change materials, energy storage materials, heat exchangers, heat pipes, vapor chambers, heating devices are preferred. To take on these massive challenges we need outstanding individuals. To take on these massive challenges we need outstanding individuals.
We are looking for candidates with outstanding study achievements, candidates that have received university awards, medals of merits, best paper awards, scholarships, published papers in top magazines or receivedreceived other ways of other ways of formal recognition. The candidate can of course communicate fluently in English, both verbally and in writing.
Additional skills required
We expect that the candidate can work independently as well as in a team.A great part of this postion will be to will be to handle &drive cooperation projects with Universities so solid expexperience of the academic environment and of project managment is appreciated. The candidate should have a proven capability to pursue creative solutions. Prior experience from international and international and multicultural work is preferred.
Details for the position
Full-time consulting position or employed by client
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Co-Worker assists for work permit if needed, only for employment, not applicable if sub-contracting for assignment.
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