Postdoctoral Appointment – Emerging Materials Group
- Argonne National Laboratory
- Location: Argonne, IL
- Job Number: 7113974 (Ref #: 414278)
- Posting Date: Oct 19, 2022
- Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
The Materials Science Division has an opening position for a postdoctoral appointee. The research project aims at the study of new quantum materials such as superconductors which involves significant effort in exploratory synthesis and crystal growth in a wide range of material systems and characterization by structural, optical, magnetic and electrical property measurements. The candidate is expected to independently conduct research in a highly interdisciplinary environment of chemists, physicists, and materials scientists.
Ph.D. in chemistry, physics, materials science, degree level with 0 to 3 years of experience or equivalent
(Essential) primary major in high temperature synthesis and crystal growth solid state bulk materials in the area of chalcogenides, pnictides, oxides, halides, and intermetallic alloys
Must have a strong track record of solid-state synthesis and single crystal characterization of new compounds
A strong experimental and theoretical background in crystallography, magnetism, transport property measurements, and electron microscopy
Good written and oral communication skills
The candidate is expected to think and work independently and conduct research in a highly interdisciplinary environment of chemist, physicist and materials scientists
The following majors are NOT considered for this position: nano science, thin films, and organic or bio-related materials
Job FamilyPostdoctoral Family
Job ProfilePostdoctoral Appointee
Worker TypeLong-Term (Fixed Term)
Time TypeFull time
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