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LEVEL
Master
TYPE
Industrial/Academic Internship
MODES
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LANGUAGE
english
ECTS
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PERIOD
01/01/2021 to 31/12/2021

Description

The student will be introduced in the research world focusing on the development of more radiation-resistant materials to be part of future nuclear fusion reactors.
The project contains three part:

Experimental tasks
Fabrication of diverse 3D tungsten nanostructured coatings by sputtering
Study of the influence of sputtering parameters on the coatings morphology
Characterization of the morphology of the fabricated coatings by scanning electron microscopy (SEM).
Measurements of the sputter yield
Data analysis

Use of different software for data analysis

Computer simulations
Monte Carlo simulations to study the sputter yield of the fabricated coatings. Comparison with experimental results.

The Master Thesis will be evaluated after being presented in front of a court formed by three teachers form the ETSII. The courts are random, hence, the members will not be known until the day of the defence.

To guide the procedure, evaluation rubrics will be used which are slightly different for each degree. The rubrics must be filled by both, the student and the tutor.

There are three different evaluation documents.
Report document: Evaluated by the tutor, student and court.
Process: Evaluated by the tutor and the students.
Oral presentation: Court

SDG info

Relevant SDGs

SDG7 - Affordable and Clean Energy

Time format

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Application deadline

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ECTS

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Credentials

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EELISACommunity

Advanced Materials for a Sustainable Future

MAX NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

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Organizer

Activity provider / partner

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

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