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We have multiple openings for Postdoctoral Researchers to work in our Micro & Nano Technology Section (MNTS). You will collaborate with a team of engineers and scientists to perform research and development projects in support of ongoing and future advancements in the topics & areas of micro/nano-fabrication processes, ranging from wide bandgap semiconductors, radiation detectors, electronic and optical devices, and integrated microsystems. These positions are in the Materials Engineering Division (MED), within the Engineering Directorate.
- Conduct research in and development of novel technologies in the context of wide bandgap semiconductors (gallium nitride, silicon carbide, and diamond), liquid semiconductors, silicon or germanium, CMOS devices, electronic and optical devices including electronic switches, radio-isotope batteries, radiation detectors, or other electronic devices.
-Design, implement, and analyze techniques to simulate charge transport in a variety of semiconductor materials and devices.
- Plan and execute experiments involving the fabrication and characterization of designed materials, devices and systems to validate the theory.
- Work within a dynamic team contributing to all aspects of device and system development.
- Organize, analyze, and present data from research.
- Document research and publish results in peer-reviewed scientific or technical journals and present results at external conferences, seminars and/or technical meetings.
- Pursue independent (but complementary) research interests and interact with a broad spectrum of scientists internally and externally.
- Perform other duties as assigned.