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[SA_Scat] Open post-doc position at the University of Minnesota

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  • Subject: [SA_Scat] Open post-doc position at the University of Minnesota
  • From: <stephen.king@stfc.ac.uk>
  • Date: Tue, 17 Mar 2015 09:26:04 +0000
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The Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science at the University of Minnesota, USA, has an open full-time post-doc position in the area of materials science / materials physics. The position will focus on complex magnetic oxide materials, in both bulk and thin film / heterostructure form. Neutron scattering will make up a significant part of the work. The appointment term will be 12 months, but can be extended based on performance and availability of funds.
Required qualifications: PhD in Materials Science, Physics, or a related field. Preferred qualifications: Prior experience with X-ray or neutron scattering; experience with magnetism and materials synthesis.
Interested candidates should first contact Chris Leighton at "leighton@umn.edu".
For more information about the Department see: www.cems.umn.edu For more information about the specific research group see: www.cems.umn.edu/about/people/faculty.id20233.html
Sincerely,
Chris LeightonUniversity of Minnesota
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