A postdoctoral position is available in the research group of Katherine Aidala, in close collaboration with Alexi Arango, in the Physics department at Mount Holyoke College. The lab focuses on electrical scanning probe techniques to complement traditional transport measurements to better understand the movement of charges in organic semiconductors and related materials. Existing collaborations also enable applying these electrical scanning probe techniques to MoS2 and other 2D materials. The position is a one-year grant funded appointment supported through the Center for Integrated Quantum Materials.
The qualified applicant will have a Ph.D. in physics, materials science, electrical engineering, or a related discipline. Previous experience with transport measurements, device fabrication and characterization and/or scanning probe microscopy is preferred. Apply online at https://careers.mtholyoke.edu. A review of applications is ongoing. The position can begin immediately, and start dates through the end of September will be considered.
About Mount Holyoke College
Mount Holyoke College is a selective liberal arts women's college in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts, under two hours by car from Boston. Mount Holyoke is a member of the 5-College Consortium along with Smith, Hampshire, and Amherst Colleges and the University of Massachusetts, providing a vibrant community of scholars and scientists and local access to advanced instrumentation and facilities.
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