Investigate new technologies aimed to develop computer systems operating based on spin of an electron for SMART center. It is also essential to characterize and understand intricate materials properties and device architectures. Advances analytical scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) measurements need to be performed for characterizations of the structures developed in the SMART center. Post-doctoral researcher is required for perform these challenging microscopy measurements.
Conducting TEM sample preparation (10%); Conducting STEM data acquisition (30%); Performing data analysis (30%); Writing manuscript (10%); Participation in project reviews and meetings (10%); Developing new STEM-based methods (10%)
Required qualifications: PhD in Materials Science, Chemical Engineering, Physics; High-level knowledge of Analytical Transmission Electron Microscopy; Knowledge of TEM sample preparation using FIB; Knowledge in electron energy-loss spectroscopy; Knowledge in high-resolution STEM image simulation
Preferred qualifications: Knowledge of Matlab; Ability to collaborate with others; Good communication skills; Good technical writing skills
Internal Number: 336431
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