Start date: as soon as possible
The successful candidate will be expected to participate in several research projects focusing on phase transformations and deformation mechanisms in metallic alloys. These projects involve large interdisciplinary teams with collaborators across the United States.
Applicants must have extensive practical experience in electron microscopy techniques (including high resolution TEM, STEM, and EDS) and focused ion beam specimen preparation. A background in atom probe tomography is not required. At the time of appointment applicants should possess a PhD in materials science or a closely related subject such as engineering, materials chemistry, or physics.
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