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Post-Doctoral Associate/Research Scientist Position in Advanced Materials at Rice University

 

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A postdoctoral associate/research scientist position in the area of advanced synthesis and characterization of materials and nanocomposites is available at Rice University. The successful candidates will work in a highly inter-disciplinary and stimulating environment.

 

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Research Scientist/Post-Doctoral Position in Advanced Materials at Rice University

Position Description: 

A research scientist/postdoctoral associate position in the area of synthesis and characterization of 2D materials and nanocomposites is available at Rice University. The successful candidates will work in a highly inter-disciplinary and stimulating environment.

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities: 

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Multiple Post-Doctoral Positions in Advanced Synthesis and Characterization at Rice University

Position Description: Multiple postdoctoral associate positions in the area of advanced synthesis and nano/micro-scale characterization of nanoparticles and nanocomposites are available at Rice University. Various techniques will be applied to synthesize and self-assemble size- and shape-controlled (calcium) silicate-polymer nanoparticles followed by nano- and micro-characterizations including a myriad of probes such as electron microscopies (TEM, XRD, SEM, AFM), ICP, XPS, NMR, porosimetry, dynamic mechanical analysis, nanoindentation, etc.

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Two Post Doctoral Positions in Advanced Synthesis and Characterization at Rice University

Position Description: Two postdoctoral associate positions in the area of advanced synthesis and nano/micro-scale characterization of nanoparticles are available at Rice University. Various techniques will be applied to synthesize and self-assemble size- and shape-controlled silicate nanoparticles followed by nano- and micro-characterizations including a myriad of probes such as electron microscopies (TEM, XRD, SEM, AFM), ICP, XPS, NMR, porosimetry, dynamic mechanical analysis, nanoindentation, etc.

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Two Post-doctoral Associate Positions Available at Rice University

Position Description: Two postdoctoral associate positions, one in computations and one in experiments, are available at Rice University. The first position is in the area of atomistic and molecular modeling of nanoscale defects, dislocations and mechanics of complex, low symmetry compounds. The computational techniques will be integrated to approaches from statistical mechanics and physical chemistry to provide quantitative predictions of properties of complex materials across different time- and length-scales. 

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Post-doc Position in Atomistic Modeling at Rice University

A postdoctoral associate position is available at Rice University in the
area of atomistic and molecular modeling of nanoscale friction and defects in an assembly of
nanoparticles. Computational techniques will be integrated to approaches from statistical
mechanics and physical chemistry to provide quantitative predictions of properties of complex
oxide materials across different time- and length-scales. The research will be carried out at Rice
University's Multiscale Materials Modeling Lab.

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PhD and Post-doctoral Associate Positions Available at Rice University

Ph.D and postdoctoral associate positions are available at Rice University in the broad area of atomistic, molecular and multiscale modeling of cement-based materials. The projects include carrying out bottom-up atomistic and microtexture predictive simulations. Computational techniques will be integrated to approaches from statistical mechanics and physical chemistry to provide quantitative predictions of properties of cementitious materials across different time- and length-scales. The research will be carried out at Rice University’s Laboratory for Multiscale
Materials Modeling.

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