Physics: Applied, Physics: Instrumentation and Measurement, Physics: Nanotechnology
NanoMagnetics Instruments Ltd. is one of the world leading companies in the field of Scanning Probe Microscopes (SPMs) and state of the art physical property measurement systems. We have 3 vacant R&D Positions in our R&D Centre at Ankara, Turkey. Successful candidates will be responsible for development, application & testing of high speed AFMs operating at 1,000 lines/s, Low and room temperature SPMs, AFM/STM Controllers, Electrical & Magnetic Measurement and Characterization Systems. PhD or M.Sc. degree in Physics or related fields & experience in one or more of the following fields is required: SPM, Cryogenics, Magnetism, instrumentation, FPGA, LabView, C# programming, Analog Electronics.
Internal Number: 3R&D
About NanoMagnetics Instruments Ltd.
NanoMagnetics Instruments is one of the leading companies in the world in Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) and Electrical & Magnetic property measurement systems. SPMs are engineered and manufactured to work under various atmospheric conditions from milli Kelvin to room temperatures. NanoMagnetics Instruments employs people from different backgrounds & nationalities: mechanical engineers, electronics engineers, computer engineers, chemists, biologists and physicists. Variation in the professions of our employees gives us the interdisciplinary way of approach to the design challenges. NanoMagnetics also encourages its employees to take part in M.Sc. and PhD programs. The activities of the company are focused on research, development and manufacturing of SPMs and physical property measurement systems including their mechanical parts, control electronics and the software.
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