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Naureen Ghafoor

Universitetslektor, Docent

Universitetslektor

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Postdoctoral scholarship in Thin Film Physics

Apply to Postdoc scholarship granted by Carl Tryggers Stiftelse (600 000 SEK) for studying "Stress-free Diaphragms for Long-lasting Inner Ear Implants" in Nanomaterials Science Unit with Thin Film Physics Division at IFM with Dr. Naureen Ghafoor. Find more information here Postdoctoral scholarship in Thin Film Physics.

Publikationer

2024

Anton Zubayer, Naureen Ghafoor, Kristbjoerg Anna Thorarinsdottir, Sjoerd Stendahl, Artur Glavic, Jochen Stahn, Gyula Nagy, Grzegorz Greczynski, Matthias Schwartzkopf, Arnaud Le Febvrier, Per Eklund, Jens Birch, Fridrik Magnus, Fredrik Eriksson (2024) Reflective, polarizing, and magnetically soft amorphous neutron optics with 11B-enriched B4C Science Advances, Vol. 10, Artikel eadl0402 Vidare till DOI
Samira Dorri, Naureen Ghafoor, Justinas Palisaitis, Sjoerd Stendahl, Anton Devishvili, Alexei Vorobiev, Fredrik Eriksson, Per O.Å. Persson, Jens Birch (2024) Enhanced quality of single crystal CrBx/TiBy diboride superlattices by controlling boron stoichiometry during sputter deposition Applied Surface Science, Artikel 159606 Vidare till DOI

2023

Sjoerd Broekhuijsen, Naureen Ghafoor, Alexei Vorobiev, Jens Birch, Fredrik Eriksson (2023) Synthesis and characterization of 11B4C containing Ni/Ti multilayers using combined neutron and X-ray reflectometry Optical Materials Express, Vol. 13, s. 1140-1149 Vidare till DOI
Naureen Ghafoor, Samira Dorri, Justinas Palisaitis, Lina Rogström, Babak Bakhit, Grzegorz Greczynski, Lars Hultman, Jens Birch (2023) Phase separation paths in metastable Zr1-xAlxN monolithic layers compared to multilayers with TiN: Growth versus annealing temperatures Materialia, Vol. 28, Artikel 101758 Vidare till DOI
Fredrik Eriksson, Naureen Ghafoor, Sjoerd Broekhuijsen, Grzegorz Greczynski, Norbert Schell, Jens Birch (2023) Morphology control in Ni/Ti multilayer neutron mirrors by ion-assisted interface engineering and B4C incorporation Optical Materials Express, Vol. 13, s. 1424-1439 Vidare till DOI