Fellowship and Employment Resources

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Employment and Fellowship

Graduate Opportunities

  • PhD Positions Open at CIC nanoGUNE, a Nanoscience Cooperative Research Center (San Sebastian, Spain)
    • CIC nanoGune has 5 PhD positions open in Characterization by IR S-SNOM and Nano-FTIR Spectroscopy; Magnetism of Non-Planar Films and Multilayers; Tunable Magneto-Photonic Nanstructured Metasurfaces; Novel Superconducting States Modelled by Atomic-Scale Structures; and Spin Orbitronics.
    • The selected candidate(s) should have a Master (or equivalent) degree in Physics, Materials Science or Engineering, and will be responsible for the design, preparation and electrical measurement of nanostructures. Experience in electron-beam lithography and UHV metal deposition is helpful.
  • Fellow at the Quantum Technology Enterprise Centre (Bristol, UK) 
    • The Quantum Technology Enterprise Centre is currently recruiting for year-long fellowships starting on November 25, 2019. They have ten fellowships available and these are aimed at helping academics move into starting up their own companies and taking their technology out of the lab as a business. They are fully funded by the UK government as one of the EPSRC Skills and Training Hubs in Quantum Technology and do not take any equity in the companies they help start up.
    • They are very broad in terms of what covers quantum technology and the innovations that will support it. They are interested in providing fellowships to anyone in the following areas but would not discount interesting technologies outside of these: Physics, Quantum, Materials, Electrical Engineering, Optics, Photonics, Cryogenics, Ion Trap, Magnetic Field, High Energy and Particle Physics, Thermal and High Energy Materials, Diamond Coatings and Doped Diamond Materials.
  • Technology Specialist (remote) at DiBerardino McGovern IP Group (DMIP Group)
    • DMIP Group, a patent law firm, is seeking a Technology Specialist to assist the firm in all aspects of patent prosecution, including patent application drafting and analysis. The Technology Specialist can work from anywhere in the United States, the position is 100% remote. A full position description is linked above.
    • A successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree (or highter) in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, or related fields. Applicants with a graduate degree and academic or professional experience with electronics or optical systems are preferred.
  • Post-Doc Positions Open at Spintec (Grenoble, France)
    • Spintec is currently hiring several postdocs in spintronics on magnetic skyrmions. The positions are part of a larger project with the aim of pushing forward fundamental knowledge on magnetic skyrmions in view of technological applications for memory and logics. A full position description is linked above.
    • Interested candidates should hold a PhD in solid state physics or related disciplines and have a previous experience in nanomagnetism or spintronics. Applications must include a CV, a motivation letter and be posted here: Position 1 and 2 or Position 3. Successful candiates should be able to start Novmeber 2019.
  • Microfabrication Processing Engineer Contractor at Air Force Research Lab
    • The selected candidate will be responsible for the development of microfabrication processes for emerging materials, such as bismuth selenide (Bi2Se3), bismuth telluride (Bi2Te3), tin-germanium (α-Sn1-xGex) alloys, lead tin telluride (Pb1-xSnxTe), bismuth antimony telluride ((Bi1-x Sbx)2Te3), cadmium arsenide (Cd3As), etc. Minimal processing steps include photolithography, wet & dry etching, and metallization, with additional processes of surface passivation, diffusion doping, and annealing likely.
    • Qualified candidates will have formal education in chemistry, chemical engineering, or materials science and have a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree with relevant experience in microfabrication. Candidates must also be US citizens. Interested applicants can apply here.
  • Institute of Physics at Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
    • There are two PhD positions in theoretical condensed matter at the Institute of Physics to work with the spintronics theory groups INSPIRE (Dr. Jairo Sinova) and TWIST (Dr. Karin EverschorSitte) on topics such as antiferromagnetic spintronics, skyrmions, and topological matter.
    • Qualified candiates will hold a MSc or equivalent diploma and have  background in theoretical techniques in condensed matter physics. Interested applicants should send a curriculum vitae, a list of publications, and at least two letters of recommendation to sinova-group@uni-mainz.de. When sending applications please use the subject line “Spintronics PhD position application”.
  • Thin Films Module Engineer position opening at Intel
    • Intel’s Logic Technology Development Thin Films Module Engineer’s role encompasses ownership of critical thin films deposition and planarization techniques, enabling rapid miniaturization in the semiconductor industry and the mass production of integrated circuits.
    • Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Physics, Material Science, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or a related field.
    • Openings are immediately available at Intel’s primary development facility (Ronler Acres) located ~10 miles west of Portland, OR. Interested candidates should email resumes to FE-Planar-Metals_Hiring@intel.com.

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Undergraduate Opportunities

For undergraduates seeking research opportunities more generally within OSU, the best way to find a research position is to meet with faculty directly (Research groups don’t post positions through OSU).

  • Look into the faculty at OSU and the research they conduct. Interested in the MRSEC? Visit out our People page.
    • Meet with professors about their research and projects; share your enthusiasm and skills!
    • Network with students and faculty at events. It’s a great way to learn more about a group or project and get involved.
      • CEM Coffee Hour, Wednesdays at 3:30, PRB Second Floor Bridge
      • Physics T.E.A. (Talking, Eating, Action), Thursdays at 3:00, PRB Commons
      • Astro Coffee, each morning at 10:30 in the Astronomy Conference Room (4054 McPherson)

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Postdoctoral Openings

  • Physics Postdoctoral Postition Open at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    • Prof. Nadya Mason is seeking a physics postdoc to join her lab to perform researh involving transport measurements of graphene and topological insulators. Experience in nanostructure fabrication and low temperature measurement, and having a good understanding of mesoscopics, magnetism, and/or strain-induced behaviors is desired. The position is available immediately.
    • Interested candidates can email Prof. Mason directly with their CV.
  • Postdoctoral Fellow Positions Open at Kavli Institute at Cornell (KIC) for Nanoscale Science
    • The KIC Fellows program is designed to attract the best and brightest young researchers in nanoscale science to Cornell, and previous KIC Fellows have gone on to professorships at major universities around the world. Fellows will work in partnership with Cornell faculty sponsors on projects consistent with the KIC mission. Funds for expendables and travel will be available.
    • Applications for the next class of fellows are due October 1, 2019.
  • 2 Researcher Positions Open in Giuseppe Maruccio’s group at University of Salento
    • Prof. Maruccio is seeking to fill two three-year research positions in spintronics, magnonics and magnetism; dielectric/multiferroics materials; sensors and lab on a chip; and advanced (structural/compositional/electrical/magnetic) characterization. Interested candidate should have received their PhD after Februiary 2010 or February 2014. To apply, candiates can reach out to Prof. Maruccio directly. 
  • Institute for Theoretical Physics, Utrecht University (Netherlands)
    • Several PhD and post-doc openings are available in Prof. Rembert Duine starting Fall 2019. Research topics for the group lie broadly in condensed matter, with a focus on spintronics. More info on the group can be found here; some general info on doing a PhD in Utrecht can be found here.
    • Interested candidates should send a CV and short motivation letter to Prof. Duine directly (R.A.Duine@uu.nl) before May 20, 2019.
  • Center for Nanoscale Materials- Argonne National Laboratory
    • Dr. Xufeng Zhang is looking for a postdoctoral researcher to work on quantum interactions between magnetic and mechanical degrees of freedom. The position is available immediately and a full position description can be found here.
    • Strong candidates will have a background in micro/nanomechanics, spintronics, and/or superconducting circuitry. If you are interested in the position, contact Xufeng Zhang or apply at the Argonne website using requisition number 405554.
  • Ikerbasque – the Basque Foundation for Science
    • The Basque Foundation for Science is looking to fill 20 five-year postodctoral research fellowships, which will be funded by the the Basque Government, the European Commission and the host institution where the researcher will develop his/her research (therefore an acceptance letter of the host institution is mandatory).
    • Applicants must have completed their PhD between 1/1/2008 and 12/31/2016.
  • Oxitronics Group, Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS/Thales
    • Intel is sponsoring a twelve-month, renewable postdoctural position to help build a new type of spin transistor. Interested parties can contact Manuel Bibes or visit the Group’s website for more information.
  • Spintec
    • Spintec, in Grenoble, France, is looking to fill a postdoctoral position in spintronics on magnetic skyrmions. The successful candidate will be part of a larger project, which aims to push forward fundamental knowledge on magnetic skyrmions in view of technological applications for memory and logics. Applicants should hold a phd in solid state physics or related discipline. An expertise in nanomagnetism or spintronics as well as nanofabrication would be a strong asset. Interested candidates should submit a CV and letter of motivation to Olivier Boulle, via email to olivier.boulle@cea.fr.
  • NYU Center for Quantum Phenomena, Kent Research Group
    • Research focuses on the study of magnetization switching by spin-transfer torques in nanometer scale magnetic tunnel junction devices. The goal is to characterize, model, optimize and understand the ns-time scale switching characteristics of such devices. Successful candidates will use and further develop high-speed electrical test stands and an automated wafer prober. Experience with electronic transport measurements, magnetic materials, microwave techniques and magnetic device characterization is desirable.
      Applications, including a CV with the names of three references, should be sent to Prof. Kent by email, andy.kent@nyu.edu. Further information about Prof. Kent’s group at NYU can be found at www.physics.nyu.edu/kentlab/
  • The Skyrmion Project
    • Five positions to be filled, with expertise ranging across materials preparation and discovery, experimentation (including the use of neutrons, muons and x-rays) and theoretical modeling.
      The EPSRC-funded program is a six year UK-based project built around a consortium of five premier Universities with input from international academic institutions and industrial partners.

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Faculty Openings

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Resources

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