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- Seeking a highly motived postdoctoral research fellow to lead experimental studies of nanomagnetism and spintronics in Prof. Kai Liu’s group. The position is currently available, and the starting date is negotiable.
- Current interests in the group include magneto-ionic materials, aiming to develop mechanisms and heterostructures where magnetic properties can be manipulated through controlled motion of an ionic species in solid-state devices, as well as novel spin textures that exhibit topological characters for information storage.
- Interested applicants should send curriculum vitae with a list of publications and contact information for three professional references to Prof. Kai Liu (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position in Prof. Alexey Kovalev’s theory group at University of Nebraska – Lincoln. He is looking for a candidate with experience in spintronics, magnetism, quantum materials, or non-equilibrium transport phenomena.
- Some of the research topics pursued by his group are related to skyrmions, topological magnons, magnetic insulators, and spin transport in the context of quantum materials. The detailed descriptions of research interests can be found on the group website
- The starting date of the position is flexible. Candidates should have a Ph.D. degree in physics or closely related fields before the beginning of the position.
- Candidates are expected to send a CV and a brief research statement to email@example.com.
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).
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- Postdoc Position with University of Delaware Quantum Materials Engineering Group
- The candidate should have a Ph.D degree in physics, materials science or engineering, or a related discipline. Experience in quantum systems (NVs, atoms/ions, quantum dots, etc.), optics, condensed matter systems (especially 2D materials), cryogenic experiment, and/or nano-fabrication is advantageous. The successful candidate should be able to independently formulate research direction and methodology and work collaboratively in a team.
- Interested candidate should submit a curriculum vitae and a list of three references to Mark Ku (firstname.lastname@example.org). Application is open until the position is filled.
- University of California, Los Angeles: Faculty Position in Physics and Astrophysics
Final date: Wednesday, Jun 30, 2021 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time) Applications will continue to be accepted until this date, but those received after the review date will only be considered if the position has not yet been filled.
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