Post Doctoral Research Fellow in Electronic Properties of Atomically Thin Materials
Faculty / Portfolio:
Faculty of Science
School of Physics and Astronomy
12 month fixed-term appointment
$62,271 - $84,513 pa Level A
(plus 9.5% employer superannuation)
- Postdoctoral research position in electronic properties of atomically thin materials
- Innovative and creative research environment
- Perform world-class research in one of the top universities of Australia
If you're after a rewarding career, Monash University can help make it happen. With leading academics and world-class resources, combined with a ranking in the top 100 universities worldwide, we offer all you need to build a brighter future.
We are seeking a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to study the electronic properties of novel atomically thin materials. The position is funded as part of the ARC Laureate Fellowship programme of Professor Michael Fuhrer.
The successful candidate will be expected to:
- synthesize novel materials, fabricate nanoelectronic devices, and characterize devices using advanced electrical, optical, and scanning probe techniques
- publish research outcomes in high-impact peer-reviewed journals, present at major international conferences and workshops
- work with technical staff, PhD and Honours students associated with the facility and assist in the supervision of students
The successful applicant must hold a PhD in experimental condensed matter physics, materials science, or a closely related field. Research experience in atomically thin materials, advanced materials synthesis (CVD, MBE, van der Waals heterostructures, etc.), micro or nano-electronic device characterization, optical characterization, scanned probe characterization, and/or ultra-high vacuum surface science techniques is desirable.
This role is a full-time position; however, flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.
Your application must address the selection criteria. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash Jobs"
Professor Michael Fuhrer, +61 3 9905 1353, Michael.Fuhrer@monash.edu
Thursday 10 November 2016, 11:55pm AEST