UES, Inc. has an opportunity available for a Research Scientist to join our Photonics and Electronics Technologies Division, working at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, OH. The Research Scientist will address the development and use of molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) for growth of electronic or electro-optic materials of interest, possibly including gallium oxide or heterostructures based on this. High quality, single crystal oxide thin film synthesis will be investigated with an attempt at controlling impurity/doping using MBE or other suitable techniques. Material characterization shall be used to guide the synthesis of the thin film and to demonstrate its quality. These characterization methods could include XPS, XRD, AFM, SEM, and magneto-transport measurements. Primary functions will include: • Development and use of molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) for Ga2O3 • Film synthesis with impurity/doping control • Material characterization • Analyze and communicate results
• Ph.D. in Physics, Material Science, Chemistry or a related field is required. • Must have experience with molecular beam epitaxy (MBE). • Position may require travel depending on equipment needs. • This position is working within a government facility and requires U.S. Citizenship.
Founded in 1973, UES, Inc. is an innovative science and technology company that provides its government and industry customers with superior research and development expertise, world class support, and value-added management services. We take great pride in our developments for DoD applications and our ability to transition innovations for commercial applications.
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