The Electronic and Quantum Magnetism Unit currently searches for applicants in the following areas:
Our unit is looking for motivated graduate students who are interested in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Science and Engineering. We have multiple in-lab research directions and also participate in experiments at national/international user facilities, such as the Advanced Photon Source, the Spallation Neutron Source, and the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in USA. Our group utilizes a variety of probing techniques, covering essentially the full electro-magnetic spectral range in order to study correlated electrons and magnetism. The broad exposure of scientific research prepares students for future career opportunities in either academia or industry.
Postdoctoral Researchers and/or Staff Scientists
We currently have one postdoctoral/staff scientist position open along the directions of:
1) Microwave engineering and measurements.
2) Microfabrication and device engineering.
Senior postdocs with more than 5 years of research experience after Ph.D. can be considered in the rank of staff scientist. The initial appointment is one year which is expected to be continuously renewable up to three years. They are expected to be working closely with graduate students and other research specialists and collaborators.
We are currently looking for one technician who is an expert in any of the following topics: electronics, microwave instruments, mechancal design and construction, and optics.
OIST Rotation Students
Interested graduate students should contact the Unit head (Prof. Feng) directly. Currently one opening available is along the direction of materials science and single crystal development.
Research Intern Students
Our unit is capable to host 1-2 Research Intern students in the coming calendar year. Interested undergraduate students of various physical science majors from other universities should contact the Unit head (Prof. Feng) directly, in addition to the Graduate School through the web link.