Chapman University is seeking a Postdoctoral Researcher to work with us in search of room-temperature superconductivity at Advanced Physics Laboratory in Burtonsville, Maryland. Candidates who have experience in electron microscopy, microanalysis (EDX, WDX, EBSD), nanolithography (Nabity system), thin film deposition via magnetron (DC, RF, ion-assisted), e-beam, PLD based, laser processing and micromachining, may be considered. Experience with LabVIEW and COMSOL Multiphysics would be a plus. This 2 year position is expected to begin this fall, 2018, and extension is possible. Strongly motivated researchers should send their Statement of Interest, and a CV focused on relevant experience, to Dr. Armen M. Gulian (firstname.lastname@example.org).
About Advanced Physics Laboratory - Institute for Quantum Studies, Chapman University
Chapman University established Advanced Physics Laboratory (APL) in 2008, with support funding from the Office of Naval Research.
In 2012, APL officially became a satellite of the Institute for Quantum Studies at Chapman University. The partnership of APL with the IQS serves greater, global scientific purpose through collaboration on experimental and theoretical physics. The scholastic success of the university, combined with revolutionary advancements from the research lab, position both among peers at the forefront of academic and scientific communities.
APL is presently located in the Washington DC – Baltimore area, where our Nation's capital meets a thriving community of intellectual potential. Our neighbors include such institutions as Georgetown University, UM Baltimore County, UM College Park, Johns Hopkins University, US Naval Research Laboratory, National Institutes of Health, and NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.