The Physics of Electronic Materials Branch at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, DC, seeks an exceptional theoretical/computational scientist with a demonstrated record of creativity and productivity in solid state physics, materials science, optical properties, quantum information, biophysics, and/or related fields. This position is in a group that performs basic research on a broad range of electronic materials with the aim of impacting long-term scientific and technical problems of interest to the Department of the Navy. The successful applicant is expected to perform innovative work of relevance to electronics and/or optoelectronics. Areas of current interest include quantum information technology, computational material science, neuromorphic computing, bioelectronics and novel electronic materials. We seek an applicant with broad capability and interests, who has the ability to initiate and conduct strong independent research programs and to work collaboratively with experimental scientists in interdisciplinary projects. Developing new programs, organizing competitive proposals, and attracting funding support are important for long-term success in this position. We will consider applicants at any level from early career to senior-level scientists. The ability to obtain a security clearance is required. A CV and a one page proposed research agenda at NRL should be sent to Code6870firstname.lastname@example.org. The Naval Research Laboratory is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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