The ESR-STM lab at QNS is looking for several postdoctoral candidates. One opening is focused on revealing the spin structures of molecules and nanostructures with sub-nm resolution using the recently developed ESR-STM technique based on a Unisoku 3-He STM. QNS is one of the few labs around the world that have demonstrated ESR STM at the single atom level. In this project we want to utilize ESR-active atoms on surfaces as quantum sensors to detect the magnetic properties of nearby ‘unknown’ species.
A second and possibly third postdoctoral position is available utilizing home-built ESR STM systems. One system is built inside a dilution fridge which operates below 10 mK and a second one in a closed-cycle Joule-Thomson system. These two systems will offer temperatures from 10 mK to 40 K as well as magnetic fields in several vector geometries. Candidates for these positions should have some experience and a strong interest in developing home-built instrumentation. The research goals include ESR STM as well as quantum-coherent manipulation of spins on surfaces for possible quantum computing applications.
• Ph.D. in Physics, Chemistry, or Material Science or related areas
• Excellent experimental skills
• Strong communication and interpersonal skills for interacting with a diverse group of researchers and technical staff
• Experience with SPM (STM, AFM)
• Experience with programming languages such as MATLAB or Python
• Experience with high frequency measurements
• Surface science sample preparation and characterization
• Interest in living in the Sinchon area in Seoul, an amazing metropolis at the heart of Asia
Yearly renewal contract
Applications:CV should be sent by email to Jihee Min at email@example.com