Physics: Atomic and Molecular, Physics: Optics and Laser, Physics: Semiconductor
Seeking a Ph.D to support research projects at the University of Notre Dame in nanobiotechnology related to single molecule spectroscopy performed with scanned force or ion conductance microscopy and/or optical tweezers, in conjunction with nanopores and picopores in solid-state membranes, for applications in sequencing DNA, protein and single cell analysis. The successful applicant must have completed a Ph.D. preferably in physics, biophysics, electrical engineering, bio-engineering or a closely related discipline, with a proven capacity for world-class research that is reflected in a publication record. Extensive experience in a subset of the following disciplines is mandatory: atomic force/scanning probe/ion conductance microscopy; free-space laser optics and preferably optical tweezing; transmission electron microscopy; micro- and nanofluidics; molecular and cell biology; semiconductor processing; low-noise, phase-sensitive lock-in measurements; and a facility for programming in MATLAB and LABVIEW, C++, Python and Igor. For more information, candidates should refer to the web site: http://www3.nd.edu/~gtimp/. Interested applicants should send a detailed CV, along with a list of publications, and arrange to have at least three letters of recommendation sent via email directly to Prof. Gregory Timp (firstname.lastname@example.org). In the cover letter, delineate specifically how your skills can be applied to the work in this lab.
Gregory Timp 316 Stinson-Remick Hall Notre Dame Avenue University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN 46556 Phone: (574) 631-1272 EM: email@example.com
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