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August 17, 2007; Postdoctoral Fellowship: Mechanics of Nanostructure Forming

Cross Laboratory CRANN Nanoscience Institute and School of Physics Trinity College Dublin, Ireland Available for immediate filling: A postdoctoral position in the area of mechanical nanostructure forming and nanoimprint of soft condensed matter and glass forming systems.

Postdoctoral Fellowship
Mechanics of Nanostructure Forming

Cross Laboratory
CRANN Nanoscience Institute and School of Physics
Trinity College
Dublin, Ireland

Available for immediate filling: A postdoctoral position in the area of
mechanical nanostructure forming and nanoimprint of soft condensed matter
and glass forming systems.

The successful candidate will be responsible for managing several projects
including fundamental studies of soft matter deformation, stress state
influence on transport in planar devices, and investigations of surface
force and pattern influence on the transport, orientation, and sorting of
nanoscale objects. Laboratory work will include nanoimprint stamp
fabrication on novel surfaces such as silicon spheres and diamond films,
and developing novel forming techniques with a variable temperature vacuum
press for massively parallel nanostructure fabrication.

Candidates should have or be close to completing a Ph. D. in condensed
matter physics or related engineering field. Expertise in material
mechanics and polymer physics would be an asset. Experience in
nanolithgraphical processing including focused ion beam milling, electron
beam lithographic processing and/or nanoimprint is highly desirable. The
position has one year tenure with extension possible depending on funding
availability.

The Cross laboratory includes a dual-beam focused ion beam milling system
and field emission electron source (FEI), variable temperature
nanoindentation and instrumented imprint, atomic force microscopy, wide
area, vacuum imprint tool, as well as full access to the facilities of the
CRANN Nanoscience Institute in a state of the art new laboratory facility
in the downtown Dublin Trinity College campus.


Salary: US$ 87,600 per annum

Contact: Dr. Graham Cross

Graham.Cross@tcd.ie

+353 1 896 3024

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