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Graduate Research Assistant
Posted September 19, 2013

The Extreme Light Laboratory, in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, has multiple openings for a graduate research assistant.  Opportunities are available to actively participate in ongoing experimental research, numerical modeling, and simulation. A successful candidate will be able to work collaboratively on a cross-functional research team, demonstrate a willingness to learn from a variety of team members, and effectively exercise oral and written communication skills.  A bachelor’s degree in Physics or a related field is required. For more information view our website at http://www.unl.edu/diocles.

Interested candidates should email a resume or C.V. and a research statement to Neelee Glasco at nglasco2@unl.edu.
NOTE: This is a paid RA position.

Graduate Student Positions
Static and Dynamic Properties of Ultrathin Multiferroic Structures at the Nanoscale and Thermoelectric Properties of Electroactive Polymers
Posted Summer 2013

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: alexei_gruverman@unl.edu 
Telephone: (402) 472-4788

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