Outstanding candidates are sought for a unique anticipated experimental postdoctoral opportunity to characterize and understand phase formation in bulk ferromagnetic alloys. The successful candidate possesses a doctorate degree in Physics, Materials Science or a related field and has knowledge of magnetism, metallurgy and nanoscience. It is required that he or she possess expertise in a majority of the following areas: magnetometry, kinetics of phase
transformations, force microscopy, x-ray diffraction, thermal analysis. Experience with facilitybased scattering probes is a plus.
In addition to experimental research and analysis, key responsibilities include oversight of graduate and undergraduate students, interdisciplinary interaction with collaborators, and preparation of research results for peer-reviewed publication and presentations at domestic and international conferences. Founded in 1898, Northeastern is a private research university located in the heart of Boston, and a leader in experiential learning, urban engagement, and in interdisciplinary research that meets global and societal needs. It is located in the heart of Boston in close proximity to worldrenowned research hospitals, academic research institutions, and historical arts and music landmarks of the city.
Interested and qualified candidates should email a CV and a cover letter describing their expertise, scientific interests and future plans to:
Laura Henderson Lewis, Ph.D.,
College of Engineering, 313 Snell Engineering Center
360 Huntington Ave Boston MA 02115
Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA