Available Positions

Developing a new microscopy method which will give chemical sensitivity at the low nanometer scale. Students with a background in engineering are also encouraged to apply.

4.5 
Year(s)
Rotation: 
Area: 
Chemistry
Physics
Monday, October 1, 2018

One of the main barriers in surface characterization is the absence of suitable techniques that can chemically identify a wide range of materials at the lower nanometer scale without spectroscopy coupling. In this project, we aim to achieve this by developing a new methodology based on classical mechanics and forces. Once the technique is developed, it will be used to characterize various transition metals, semiconductors, and metal/oxide interfaces under various ambient conditions and light illumination. Students with background in physics, electronic engineering, mechanical engineering, or a related field are encouraged to apply.

Using new microscopy and spectroscopy techniques to characterize the atomic, electronic, and chemical structure at the solid/gas and solid/liquid interfaces.

4.5 
Year(s)
Rotation: 
Area: 
Chemistry
Physics
Monday, July 1, 2019

We are looking for students with background in solid-state physics, physical chemistry, or electronic / mechanical engineering.