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Post-doctoral Fellow

US Army Research Laboratory


Location:
Adelphi, Maryland 20783
Date:
09/21/2017
2017-09-212017-10-21
Job Type:
Contract
Job Status:
Full Time
Shift:
1st Shift
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Job Details

Title of Research Opportunity: Chlorination studies on 2D material doping for electronic applications


A joint post-doctoral fellowship is available immediately for talented and motivated post-doctoral candidates with experience in 2-D materials, nanofabrication and device characterization. Familiarity with x-ray spectroscopy techniques is a plus. The candidate will be primarily located at the US Army Research Laboratory (ARL), 2800 Powder Mill Road, Adelphi, MD, 20783, with the ability to travel to/and from Columbia University in New York City. This is a two (2) year appointment with generous compensation, in the amount of at least $79,000 per year, as well as additional funding for relocation, health care coverage and a sizable travel budget.  The candidate must be a U.S. citizen capable of holding a DoD security clearance.

 

This program will review and study the effects of Cl plasma processes to dope 2D vdW materials and contact doping of monolayers in stacked heterostructures in order to modify the surface and tune the work function, enabling customization for specific device applications. Specifically, this technique could be used to reduce electrical contact resistance in electrical and optoelectronic devices, resulting in higher performance with reduced power consumption or dope 2D channels.  The fundamental science behind this process will also be investigated using a complementary suite of synchrotron-based x-ray spectroscopy and microscopy tools together with theoretical calculations, nanofabrication and device evaluation to demonstrate atomistic control of emergent optoelectronic properties in 2D vdW materials and heterostructures.


 

 

Please send resume/CV, three (3) reference names and a complete list of peer-reviewed publications by Nov. 1, 2017 to:

 

 

 

Mr. Matthew Chin

US Army Research Laboratory

Sensors & Electron Devices Directorate

2800 Powder Mill Road

Adelphi, MD 20783

matthew.l.chin2.civ@mail.mil

 

 

 

Profs. Theanne Schiros and James Hone

Columbia University

Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC)

530 West 120th Street

Schapiro CEPSR 1001

New York, NY 10021

ts2526@columbia.edu

jh2228@columbia.edu

 

 

*The US Army Research Laboratory is an Equal Opportunity Employer



Requirements

 

Basic Qualifications:

- Doctorate’s degree in electrical engineering, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, materials science, or physics

- Experience with 2D materials, cleanroom device fabrication, and circuit design

- Experience with publishing in technical journals

- Must be a U.S. citizen capable of holding a DoD security clearance

 

Desired Skills:

- Experience with plasma systems or plasma physics

- Experience with molecular modeling

- Experience with electrical and material characterization techniques

 

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