Applications are being accepted for an experimental postdoctoral research associate at the Laboratory for Physical Sciences (www.lps.umd.edu, http://www.physics.umd.edu/~kosborn/), in College Park, at the University of Maryland. LPS contains a class-10 clean room for device fabrication and several dilution refrigerators for device measurement. Research will be performed in the area of superconducting quantum computing and extend recent work on two-level system defects in novel quantum circuits and elastic fluxon scattering in reversible logic gates(https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=pq5dvoIAAAAJ). The associate will have the opportunity to benefit from seminars at the Joint Quantum Institute (http://jqi.umd.edu/) and the Center for Nanophysics and Advanced Materials (https://cnam.umd.edu/). Interested candidates are expected to collaborate with researchers from nationally-recognized institutions as well as with other members of the group. Experience is sought from a recent Ph.D. graduate in superconducting device fabrication, custom electronic measurements at cryogenic temperatures, data acquisition and analysis, and single-flux quanta circuits. The elastic scattering fluxon project will additionally require theoretical studies with field equations. Interested candidates are invited to contact Dr. Kevin D. Osborn (email@example.com), with a statement of interests and CV. The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity employer.
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