Research Fellow, Spintronics
A Research Fellow position is currently available in the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. The job involves deposition and development of thin film stacks and the development of lithography process for applications in neuromorphic computing.
- Deposition and development of magnetic thin films stack
- Development of lithography processes
- Fabrication of micrometer/nanometer sized devices
- Characterization of magnetic materials by various techniques
- Characterization of devices using electrical/magnetic testing
- Micromagnetic Simulation and physical modeling
- Mentoring of PhD and Masters/undergraduate students
- Develop proposal based on the results of this project for external grant
- PhD in Physics
- Should have worked on the spin-orbit-torque, including deposition of ultra-thin films, characterizations of such films, fabricating magnetic heterostructures, and related testing and measurements
- Highly motivated in multidisciplinary research.
- Experience in spintronics research
- Able to operate sputter deposition systems, AFM, MFM, XRD, VSM, SEM, MOKE, lithography tools, etching tools, optical microscope, probe station, and several other required for electrical and magnetic measurements of spintronic films and devices and related data analysis
- Make regular progress report to Principal Investigator
- Have published papers in international journals
- Participated in internationally known conferences and presented papers
- Good communication and writing skills
The College of Science seeks a diverse and inclusive workforce and is committed to equality of opportunity. We welcome applications from all and recruit on the basis of merit, regardless of age, race, gender, religion, marital status and family responsibilities, or disability.
We regret to inform that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
Hiring Institution: NTU