Waterborne inks are the future in the area of inkjet printing, since the use of organic solvents has to be reduced for environmental reasons. The main constituents of these inks are polymeric particles and pigment particles. To obtain high quality images in the printing process, these particles have to form a smooth layer on paper. When an ink droplet has hit the paper surface, ink tends to be sucked into paper driven by capillary forces. Along with the ink fluid the particles will be dragged into the paper too, which might lead to loss of quality.
We are looking for two highly motivated candidates that appreciate working on complex physical-chemical problems and enjoy connecting industrial challenges to fundamental science.
Application deadline is 31/08/2012.
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