Postdoctoral Research Associate - Experimental Physical Chemistry
July 2, 2018
Princeton, New Jersey
The Department of Chemistry has an opening for a postdoctoral research associate or more senior position in experimental physical chemistry at Princeton University. The successful applicant should have experience in the following:
- personally built or modified a single-molecule microscope from scratch, and/or personally set up a ultrafast spectroscopy instrument from scratch; - extensive experience in LabView and Matlab programming (optional C programming); - extensive experience in time-correlated single-photon counting (TCSPC) instrumentation including the use of NIM bin modules; - strong background in fundamental chemical physics, including statistical thermodynamics; - proven track record of productivity; - Ph.D.
Education Required - Doctorate Degree in Physical Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, or related areas And optionally,
- knowledge and/or bench-top experience of biochemistry and cell biology; - protein mutation, expression, purification, and labeling; - nano-materials functionalization; - numerical methods; - fluid dynamics; - nano-optics
This position is for one year with the possibility of renewal pending satisfactory performance and continued funding. This position is subject to the University's background check policy.
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