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  • Graduate Research Assistanship Positions in the nanoscience group at Emory University

    The nanoscience group is looking for motivated graduate students interested in one or more of the following: spintronics and electron spin physics, spin-waves and ultrafast dynamical phenomena in nanoscale magnetic systems, electronic and magnetic properties of nanoscale systems and devices, electron correlations at surfaces, electron-driven phase transitions in correlated electronic systems, scanning tunneling microscopy, nanoscale devices based on topological insulators, strongly nonequilibrum states of matter. If interested or for more details, please contact the group leader Prof. Sergei Urazhdin.

    Postdoctoral Position in Nanophysics at Emory University

    A postdoctoral researcher position is available immediately in the Nanoscience group, in the Department of Physics at Emory University. Among the available projects are studies of a novel two-dimensional spin glass system, scanning probe microscopy of electronic correlations at surfaces, electron spin physics in magnonic and spintronic nanostructures. Candidates with experience in e-beam lithography, magnetoelectronics, cryogenics, utlrafast and microwave techniques, and/or scanning probe microscopy are particularly encouraged to apply. PhD in solid state physics or related field is required. The position may be renewed annually for up to three years, contingent upon performance and funding. To apply, please send your CV and the contact information for at least two references by email to Prof. Sergei Urazhdin

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