Postdoctoral Scholar in Semiconductor Nanostructures, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

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The department of Electrical Engineering at UCLA has a Postdoctoral
Scholar position available in the Terahertz Devices and Intersubband
Nanostructures Laboratory for research on low-dimensional semiconductor
nanostructures for optoelectronic and nanophotonic applications. This
project will involve the study of engineered one- and zero-dimensional
devices based on semiconductor heterostructures.

The candidate should have a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering or
related physical sciences. Relevant experience includes: fabrication or
characterization of semiconductor nanowires, quantum dots, or other
nanostructures, quantum cascade lasers, intersubband/level transport
and modeling, characterization of nanostructures with optical
spectroscopy or scanning probe techniques, micro and nanofabrication,
terahertz or other ultrafast spectroscopy.

UCLA offers many opportunities for collaborative research, both
inside the EE department, and across disciplines. The department offers
world-class fabrication facilities in the UCLA Nanolab and UCLA is home
to the interdisciplinary California NanoSystems Institute, a newly
opened center focusing on the convergence of nanotechnology (-fluidics,
-photonics, -mechanics, -electronics) and biotechnology.

Please send a cover letter with a brief summary of you research
experience and interests, along with your CV, list of publications, and
names and contact info of 3 references to:

Prof. Benjamin Williams
Dept. of Electrical Engineering
68-117 Engineering IV
Box 951594
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1594

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