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Postdoctoral Research Position: Simulations of Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Materials

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Seeking a postdoctoral candidate with experience in atomistic/molecular simulation for a two-year position. 

Areas of investigation will include:

 

1. The simulation and characterization of novel solution processed oxides based on beta-alumina compounds. These materials are typically used as ionic conductors, but we are exploring their potential to serve as dielectrics in organic electronic  applications.  This work is being undertaken in conjunction with Howard Katz, a leader in the organic electronics area and Fellow of AAAS and APS.  

 

2. Developing novel approaches to simulation and theory of deformation and failure in nanocrystalline and amorphous solids.

 

Applicants must have earned a Ph.D. in materials science and engineering, physics, chemistry or a closely related field prior to the date of hire.  Postdoctoral researchers in my group are also expected to be pursuing their own research interests.  Travel funding will also be available for attendance at conferences and training in advanced computational methodologies.

 

Please send CV, copies of transcripts and a list of at least 3 references to:

 

Prof. Michael L. Falk

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD 21218

mfalk@jhu.edu

http://materials.jhu.edu/index.php/people/faculty/falk/

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