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Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute seeks multiple Postdoctoral Fellows

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The newly established Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute
(HEMI) at Johns Hopkins University invites applications for Postdoctoral
Fellowships in the general areas of mechanics and materials across a wide range
of lengthscales and timescales, with a particular interest in materials
subjected to extreme dynamic environments. Applications are sought from
individuals with demonstrated strength in the areas of advanced experimental
methods (particularly at high strain rates and in situ measurements), advanced
materials characterization techniques, or modeling and simulation across
multiple scales.

The Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (www.hemi.jhu.edu) addresses the fundamental
science issues associated with materials under extreme conditions. Our emphasis
is on the development of the strongest possible science team through structured
collaborations with other universities, national laboratories and industry. Collaborations
in the areas described herein are with Caltech, Rutgers University, University
of Delaware and the Army Research Laboratory, as well as joint research
programs with UC Santa Barbara, Washington State, Purdue and Lawrence Livermore
National Laboratory.

Successful candidates will have a doctorate in
relevant fields and strong communication skills. All applications should be
submitted electronically (before December 1, 2012) as a single PDF document to
ebieluc1@jhu.edu. Electronic applications should include a cover letter
describing the principal expertise of the applicant, a statement of research
interests and experiences, a complete resume, and the names of at least three
references.  The University is committed to building a diverse
environment; women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. The Johns
Hopkins University is an EEO/AA Employer.

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