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Low Frequency Dielectric Measurements - Instrument Development and Material Characterization

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Low Frequency Dielectric Measurements – Instrument Development and Material Characterization

Low Frequency Dielectric Measurements – Instrument Development and Material Characterization

 

Workplace:Zurich, SwitzerlandCompany/name:IT'IS Foundation for Research on Information Technologies in Society,
ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) ZurichDescription:

Reliable dielectric data are required in many scientific and industrial fields. For example, substrate materials for electronic circuits must be characterized for optimal performance, mobile telecommunication relies on novel antenna designs, the hybrid drive systems of automobiles demand robust batteries and capacitors. In medicine, the various human tissues and the parts of possible implants must be measured to optimize medical devices by electromagnetic simulations. These numerical simulations are based on precise input data. The currently available instruments for measurement of dielectric properties of different materials are often cumbersome to operate and generate imprecise dielectric data. Our group has successfully developed a measurement technique based on open coaxial probes to cover the 10 MHz – 67 GHz frequency range.

The goal of the Master thesis is to perform a feasibility study for the frequency range below 10 MHz suited for solids, liquids, and electrolytes. The tasks include a literature study, development of prototypes and algorithms, the evaluations, and suggestions for the development of a final product.

Tasks distribution: 20% theory, 50% design, 30% testing

Education:

We are looking for a dedicated student who is interested in measurement techniques.

The candidate should be enrolled at a university in Switzerland.

Beginning:As soon as possible.Supervisor:

Dr. Ferenc Muranyi, IT'IS Foundation, Tel.: +41 44 245 96 92, muranyi@itis.ethz.ch

Application process:  

Applications should consist of:

• a cover letter outlining the motivation for applying for the position
• a short summary of performed projects that illustrates the candidate's skills
• a detailed CV
• copies of degree certificates and / or diplomas, including grades
• one letter of recommendation

We look forward to receiving your complete resume materials as a single pdf file to: greatjobs@itis.ethz.ch.Contact address:

Siri Georjon
IT'IS Foundation
Zeughausstrasse 43
CH-8004 Zurich
Switzerland

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