Job Opening: Postdoctoral position in neutron scattering from confined and driven quantum materials

A postdoc position is available in a project that will probe static and dynamic properties of confined and driven quantum materials through materials synthesis and neutron scattering. This work will be supervised by Collin Broholm and Satoru Nakatsuji at the Institute for Quantum Matter at the Johns Hopkins University. A PHD in physics is a requisite and experience in thin film synthesis or neutron scattering will be advantageous. 

Applications, including CV, a list of publications, and 3 references should be sent to Review of applications will commence immediately and continue until the position is filled. 

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JHU Dept of Physics and Astronomy

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