Research Fellow, Unconventional Magnetism and Magnetotransport in Chiral Magnets
The School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences is seeking a highly motivated Research Fellow to lead experimental efforts in low-temperature electrical magnetotransport of chiral magnets.
Qualities we are seeking for are creativity and high impact accomplishments in low temperature experimental condensed matter physics. Facilities for measurements (both in the Kelvin and millikelvin regime and in high magnetic fields) have been developed to support the experimental work of the Research Fellow.
The Research Fellow will be employed and stationed at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. The hire is part of the recently awarded research grant by the Ministry of Education “Unconventional magnetism and magnetotransport in chiral magnets”.
- Lead and conduct research on low-temperature electrical and thermal magneto-transport measurements
- Assist the fabrication, and testing of the devices
- Ph.D. degree in experimental condensed matter physics
- Demonstrated track record of research achievements in magnetism
- Demonstrated ability to publish high-tier research publications
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills (including scientific writing)
- Ability to work independently but also as part of a team
- Track record in electrical and thermal transport measurements at low temperatures, cryogenics handling and UHV
- Experience with running and maintaining superconducting magnets
Interested applicants should send their details (including CV, list of publications and contact information for three professional references) via NTU’s recruitment portal Workday.
We regret to inform that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.