A new Energy Frontier Research Center for the study of Fluid Interface Reactions, Structure and Transport (FIRST) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (http://www.ornl.gov/sci/first/index.shtml) is seeking a post-doctoral associate to work on a research project in Scanning Probe Microscopies of electrochemically-active materials. The research will
involve electrochemical and electromechanical studies of kinetics, thermodynamics, and mechanisms of local electrochemical processes at conducting and semiconducting surfaces in ambient environment, aqueous
and non-aqueous solution. The research will be conducted in collaboration with other members of the FIRST Center in which experimental studies will be integrated with theory, modeling, and simulation. The expected product of this research is a spatially resolved picture of electrochemical process in real space, which then both serve as an input for macroscopic studies, and allows to link defect and microstructure to functionality on mesoscopic and atomic levels. The research will take advantage of unique set of SPM tools developed at ORNL for the characterization of electrical, transport, and dynamic properties of materials, including band excitation scanning probe microscopy and multimodal switching spectroscopy measurements. The ORNL group has a strong publication record including multiple publications in high-profile journals, and offers an interdisciplinary and exciting atmosphere of scientific discovery and exploration in the area of nanoscale phenomena and functionality by SPM.

For more information about this position please contact Dr. Sergei V. Kalinin (sergei2@ornl.gov ). Please reference this position title in your correspondence.


Sergei V. Kalinin
co-Theme Leader for Functional Imaging on the Nanoscale
The Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences
and Materials Sciences and Technology Division
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge, TN 37922

Adjunct Associate Professor,
Department of Materials Science and Engineering,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Phone: (865) 241-0236

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