The University of Tennessee is pleased to announce an immediate opening for a post-doctoral research associate in the area of (scanning) transmission electron microscopy (S)TEM. The candidate must have a demonstrated thorough experience in (S)TEM characterization, including various modalities (TEM, HAADF, EELS, etc.). Additional skills that are desired include: thin film synthesis, device fabrication, and electrical/magnetic transport measurements. Excellent written, as evidenced by a prolific publication record, and oral communication skills are necessary. A PhD in Materials Science and Engineering, Physics, Chemistry or a related field is also required. The candidate will be advised by Philip D. Rack at the University of Tennessee and the Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (https://www.ornl.gov/facility/cnms). Interested applicants should apply on the University of Tennessee Human Resources website: UTK Human Resources. Please attach a cover letter and a curriculum vita to the application for consideration.
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About University of Tennessee
The University of Tennessee at Knoxville is the state's flagship land grant University. The Materials Science and Engineering Department is a department of the Tickle College of Engineering and is ranked by US News and World Reports as 24th among public Materials Science and Engineering departments. MSE has current enrollment of approximately 200 students (120 undergraduate and 80 graduate) with 19 tenured/tenure-track faculty with over $11 million in annual research expenditures. More information about the Materials Science and Engineering department and the Tickle College of Engineering can be found at: http://www.engr.utk.edu/mse/.