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Postdoc Job in Computational Electromagnetics for Soft X-Ray Wafer Metrology- Netherlands

Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), The Netherlands

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Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) invites applications for a Postdoc job in Computational Electromagnetics for Soft X-Ray Wafer Metrology, Computational physics, that will be part of the LYNX research consortium to join the Department of Electrical Engineering, The Netherlands – Dec 2021

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General Info

Position: Postdoctoral Position
No. of Positions: 1
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Deadline to Apply:
Joining Date: ASAP
Contract Period: 18 Months
Salary: According to Standard Norms

Electromagnetics (EM) group
Department of Electrical Engineering
Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e)

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Qualification Details

  • A PhD degree (or an equivalent university degree) in Electrical Engineering, Physics, Mathematics or a related field with a clear experience in computational modeling.
  • A passion for research with a real-life application.
  • Experience with programming is a must.
  • Experience with modern Fortran and Python and/or Matlab are helpful.
  • Experience with Linux is advantageous
  • Ability to work in a team.
  • Proficient in spoken and written English.

Responsibilities/Job Description

The position is embedded in the Electromagnetics (EM) group at TU/e. The EM group focuses on engineering the behavior of electromagnetic waves for a wide range of advanced applications, from designing antennas for applications ranging from 5G and satellite communication to radio-telescopes and from health applications like MRI-safety and hyperthermia treatment to (numerical) modeling for complex and high-tech systems. Our lab, the electromagnetic and multi-physics modeling and computation (EMPMC) lab within the research group researches innovative computational methods for electromagnetics and optics. We provide ground-breaking EM modeling methods tailored to specific needs in society and industry.

The overall goal in the LYNX project, is to develop a very fast and extremely accurate wafer metrology technique to enable the next generations of semiconductor manufacturing. To control the production process of semiconductor manufacturing, a constant recalibration is required to ensure that components and connections are aligned with nanometer precision. The goal of the project is to develop metrology capabilities to monitor the production tolerances in a running production line.

How to Apply?

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Reference Number: V36.5298
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Documents Required

We invite you to submit a complete application by using the 'apply now'-button on this page.The application should include a:

  • Cover letter in which you describe your motivation and qualifications for the position.
  • Curriculum vitae, including a list of your publications and the contact information of three references.
  • Brief description of your PhD thesis.

We look forward to your application and will screen it as soon as we have received it. Screening will continue until the position has been filled.

We do not respond to applications that are sent to us in a different way.

Please keep in mind you can upload only 5 documents up to 2 MB each. If necessary please combine files.

About the Project

Domain integral equations can be extremely fast solution strategies for dielectric scattering problems with a low dielectric contrast. Therefore, they are extremely fast, when computing light-scatting at EUV or soft X-ray wavelengths. This holds great potential for wafer-metrology techniques, based on light-scattering. You will be part of the LYNX research consortium, that works on developing such a metrology method. In this consortium we cooperate in a multi-disciplinary team between TU-Delft, Utrecht University, and TU Eindhoven (TU/e).

During the 18-months project, we want to start employing our EM-solver for imaging and inverse scattering, which means solving an ill-posed optimization problem. We are looking to employ automatic-differentiation techniques in the discretization of the geometry of the problem, which have a high potential for both classical and deep-learning solutions to this optimization problem.

About the Department of Electrical Engineering

The Department of Electrical Engineering teaches highly motivated Masters of Science, designers and doctoral candidates, and carries out breakthrough research in its field. The department has three spearheads: Connected World, Care and Cure, and Smart Sustainable Systems. These themes are reflected in the department’s nine research chairs. Research is carried out into the applications of electromagnetic phenomena in all forms of energy conversion, telecommunication and electrical signal processing. Existing and new electrical components and systems are analyzed, designed and built. The Electrical Engineering department takes its inspiration from contacts with high-tech industry in the direct surrounding region and beyond. The department is innovative and has international ambitions and partnerships. The result is a challenging and inspiring setting in which socially relevant issues are addressed.

About the Employer: Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e)

Conditions of Employment

  • A meaningful job in a dynamic and ambitious university with the possibility to present your work at international conferences.
  • A full-time employment for 18 months..
  • You will have free access to high-quality training programs on general skills, didactics and topics related to research and valorization.
  • A gross monthly salary and benefits in accordance with the Collective Labor Agreement for Dutch Universities.
  • Additionally, an annual holiday allowance of 8% of the yearly salary, plus a year-end allowance of 8.3% of the annual salary.
  • A broad package of fringe benefits (including an excellent technical infrastructure, moving expenses, and savings schemes).
  • Should you come from abroad and comply with certain conditions, you can make use of the so-called ‘30% facility’, which permits you not to pay tax on 30% of your salary.
  • Family-friendly initiatives are in place, such as an international spouse program, and excellent on-campus children day care and sports facilities.

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Contact details

Do you recognize yourself in this profile and would you like to know more? Please contactAssistant Prof. R.J. Dilz, r.dilz[at]

For information about terms of employment click here or contact HRServices.Flux[at]

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