|NCMN Members Celebrate Research Breakthroughs in Materials and Nanoscience !|
|....at the Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience|
Post-Doctoral - POSITION OPENINGS
Postdoctoral Research Associate & Graduate Student Associate Positions Available - in the research of organic solar cell and organic thin film transistors in the “Organic electronics and nanoelectronics lab” at Dr. Jinsong Huang’s lab, University of Nebraska Lincoln. Postdoc applicants should have a Ph.D. degree in the field of solid state electronics. Applicants with a strong background in the experiment aspects of any of these fields: OFET, photovoltaic, photodetector, pyroelectric or thermal electric devices are strongly encouraged to apply. Interested applicants should send a copy of CV and cover letter to Dr. Huang via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Graduate student candidates with background in physics, chemistry, materials are encouraged to apply.
Postdoctoral Position in Thermoelectric Properties of Polymers - Research in the field of nanoscale studies of thermoelectric phenomena in electroactive polymers is available in the group of Prof. A. Gruverman, University of Nebraska, Lincoln (http://physics.unl.edu/~agruverman/index.shtml). Research will be focused on the pyroelectric, thermoelectric and photovoltaic properties of a variety of technologically polymer materials, including ferroelectric, by scanning probe microscopy (SPM). Research will also involve fabrication of polymer nanostructures and modeling of their thermoelectric and photovoltaic behavior. The successful candidate will be a highly motivated individual with good communication skills. Interested applicants should send a copy of CV, cover letter and a list of at least two references to Prof. A. Gruverman (Email: email@example.com Tel: +1-402-472-4788).
Graduate / Undergraduate Student - POSITION OPENINGS
Static and Dynamic Properties of Ultrathin Multiferroic Structures at the Nanoscale and Thermoelectric Properties of Electroactive Polymers - If you are interested in cutting edge research in the physics of oxide materials and electroactive polymers and would like to pursue studies aimed at understanding the nanoscale ferroelectric and thermoelectric phenomena, a ferroelectric group at the Department of Physics and Astronomy has two graduate student positions. We are searching for enthusiastic candidates with interest in controlling and characterizing condensed matter materials at the nanoscale level using advanced scanning probe microscopy (SPM) techniques. The students will have access to state-of-the-art SPM equipment, collaborate with internationally recognized researchers, and develop contacts with the national research community. If you want a career in this hottest area of condensed matter science and nanotechnology, our group is for you! Graduate student candidates with background in physics, chemistry, materials science, bioengineering, mechanical engineering are encouraged to apply. If you are interested or would like more information, please contact Prof. A.Gruverman (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel: +1-402-472-4788).
Undergraduate Education/Outreach Nanoscience Fellowship
Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
NCMN is looking for looking for an Undergraduate Education Outreach Assistant will take part in communication of the principles and applications of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology to the public as part of a multidisciplinary team of University of Nebraska faculty, students, and staff. The education and outreach activities will involve making presentations to people outside of the university, such as schools, museums, public events, shopping malls, and fairs. The education and outreach activities will involve making presentations to people outside of the university, such as schools, museums, public events, shopping malls, and fairs.
The requirements for the position are: current enrollment in a science, engineering, education or journalism undergraduate program; energy and enthusiasm. All necessary training will be provided as part of the program. The position pays approximately $10 per hour. Hours will vary, but expect to work 3-8 hours per week during the semester and possibly more hours during breaks and the summer. Please fill out the application form, attach a résumé or curriculum vitae, if available, and send your application to Terese Janovec (email: email@example.com/ phone (402) 472-2716).