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Postdoctoral Scholarship in Computational Thin Film Physics

The department of Engineering Sciences at KTH Royal Institute of Technology has a wide range of research, from fundamental disciplines such as Physics and Mathematics to Engineering Mechanics with applications such as Aeronautics and Vehicle Engineering. The department is seeking a postdoctoral candidate to work on the computational modelling of the growth of vapor-deposited thin films. The position offers a scholarship (two-year), and it is a collaborative project between the KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden) and the University of Helsinki (Finland).


  • Applicant must hold a doctoral degree (not over three years older) in physics, materials science, or a related field. 
  • Applicant must possess good communication skills in English (oral and written). 
  • Applicant must demonstrate an excellent understanding of fundamental processes governing thin-film growth and strong experience using computer simulations for atomistic and mesoscale modelling film growth. 
  • Applicant must demonstrate experience and expertise through publications in internationally renowned peer-reviewed scientific journals.

Amount of scholarship: 27 000 SEK/month

How to apply:
The application should be submitted scholarship via e-mail to Quote the application with reference number S-2023-0347. The application file must include in pdf format the following documents:

  • Resume
  • Cover letter including previous scientific work experience and interest in this position.
  • Research statement (max two pages)
  • Three references with contact information

Quick Overview

Type: Postdoctoral
Location: Sweden
Eligibility: PhD
Other Info: Visit Website

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