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atomic:thesis_openings [2018-04-27 09:29]
Friedrich Aumayr
atomic:thesis_openings [2019-02-23 18:05] (current)
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-===== Diploma (Master) theses =====+===== PhD Theses and Post Doc Positions ===== 
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 +Currently no open positions; new open positions may be announced in the future. If you are interested in our research and your Master or Diploma work (PhD thesis for PostDocs) is on a high level by international standards, feel free to contact us nevertheless. 
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 +===== Bachelorarbeiten, Projektarbeiten und Diplomarbeiten ===== 
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 +Things are changing rapidly at the moment, and we don't want to have outdated information online.  
 +Thus, we give only a short overview of our current fields: 
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 +  * Bombarding the world's thinnest materials (= 2D materials) by ions from the center of the hottest stars in the galaxy. 
 +  * Eroding plasma facing components from Tokamak experiments with ions present in a nuclear fusion reactor. 
 +  * Diagnosing the edge plasma of fusion experiments to understand and prevent the formation of severe instabilities in ITER. 
 +  * Investigating the effects of "space weathering" and solar wind on the surfaces of atmosphere-less planets and moons. 
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 +If you consider these topics interesting, please contact us! 
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 +===== Contact information ===== 
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 +  * Friedrich Aumayr (<php>iapmail('aumayr');</php>)\\ Tel. (01) 58801-13430\\ Location: Freihaus, Turm C, 5. OG; after leaving the red elevator turn right twice and ring the bell or use the door phone. 
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 +  * Richard Wilhelm (<php>iapmail('wilhelm');</php>)\\ Tel. (01) 58801-13435\\ Location: Freihaus, Turm C, 5. OG; after leaving the red elevator turn right twice and ring the bell or use the door phone.
- If you are interested in participating in our current research program, please come and see us ([[contact]])! 
   
atomic/thesis_openings.txt · Last modified: 2019-02-23 18:05 by Friedrich Aumayr