Research Scientist Position: Spectroscopic Studies of
Spin-Physics in Quantum Materials
Los Alamos National Laboratory
The Condensed Matter and Magnet Science group at Los Alamos National Laboratory seeks an outstanding scientist to lead the group’s efforts in spectroscopic studies of spin-physics in quantum materials. The successful candidate will be a member of the Strongly Correlated Electron Systems research team that focuses on discovering and understanding new phenomena in quantum materials. Correlated f-electron-based systems are a particular area of emphasis and studies of magnetism and spin fluctuations often play a crucial role in understanding novel states of matter, including (but not limited to) quantum criticality, topological matter, quantum spin systems, heavy fermion physics, low dimensional physics, spin-orbit coupled systems, and other new phases of matter that often emerge at low temperatures. As such, the preference is for a candidate with expertise in either neutron/x-ray scattering or NMR/NQR. The candidate will also contribute to ongoing technical work as well as to develop and prepare proposals for new research initiatives. The candidate should be able to work effectively as part of a dynamic, multidisciplinary research group, which includes sample growth, characterization, transport and thermodynamic measurements, device fabrication, and measurements under extreme conditions (high pressure, high magnetic fields, and low temperature) to explore new physics through new materials. Apply at LANL.gov/careers. For full consideration, applications should be submitted no later than December 15th. For questions contact Filip Ronning at firstname.lastname@example.org. Los Alamos National Laboratory is an equal opportunity employer and supports a diverse and inclusive workforce. All employment practices are based on qualification and merit, without regards to race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation or preference, marital status or spousal affiliation, physical or mental disability, medical conditions, pregnancy, status as a protected veteran, genetic information, or citizenship within the limits imposed by federal laws and regulations.
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