Fellowship and Employment Resources

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Employment and Fellowship

Graduate Opportunities

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Undergraduate Opportunities

  • Marine Phsyical Laboratory Summer Internship Program at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla, California.
    • Inquisitive and motivated undergraduates with exceptional aptitude for quantitative science, majoring in engineering, physics, chemistry, biology or geology, are encouraged to apply for a summer research internship in marine science and technology. This ten- week summer internship program offers qualified students the opportunity to work with some of the most notable scientists in the world while earning a modest salary.
    • For more information, visit their website or see this flyer.
  • 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

  • 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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