Postdoc Position at UNC on Hybrid Magnonics

A postdoctoral position is available at the Physics & Astronomy Department of University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. The research involves the study hybrid magnonics in materials and devices including, but not limited to, organic-inorganic hybrid perovskite, chiral molecules, and metallic/insulator heterostructures, with applications to quantum signal transduction and sensing. The candidate will be able to learn state-of-the-art synthesis and characterization techniques, including high-speed/frequency microwave and optical spectroscopies, and experience a highly collaborative academic environment, both internally and externally, in particular with the UNC’s Chapel Hill Analytical and Nanofab Lab (CHANL: ), the Duke’s Materials Instrumentation Facility (SMiF: ), and NCSU’s Organic and Carbon Electronics Lab (ORaCEL: ).

Qualifications: Ph.D. in Physics, Materials Science, or Electrical/Mechanical Engineering. Skills and knowledge that are particularly helpful, though not necessary, for research in our group include:

  1. Cryogenic techniques;

  2. Optics;

  3. Microwave frequency electronics; Micro- and nano-fabrication skills.

About UNC-Chapel Hill

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was established in 1789 and is a public research university in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. It is the flagship of the University of North Carolina system, it is considered a Public Ivy, a public institution which offers an academic experience similar to that of an Ivy League university.

About NC Research Triangle Park

The city of Chapel Hill sits in the famous NC Research Triangle Park (RTP). The RTP region is a growing high-technology community includes companies such as IBM, Lenovo, SAS Institute, Cisco Systems, NetApp, Red Hat, EMC Corporation, and Credit Suisse First Boston. In addition to high-tech, the region is consistently ranked in the top three in the U.S. with concentration in life science companies, and is also home to two other major universities, NCSU (in Raleigh) and Duke (in Durham).

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