Application Deadline: Open Until Filled.
The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (National MagLab) is recruiting a new Research Faculty member to be a part of the Millikelvin Facility team. The Millikelvin Facility is part of the MagLab's DC-Field Facility located in Tallahassee, Florida, which is home to the world's highest field DC-field resistive and superconducting magnets. The lab's mission is: "To provide the highest magnetic fields and necessary services for scientific research conducted by users from a wide range of disciplines, including physics, chemistry, materials science, engineering, biology and geology."
The successful candidate will be expected to work in collaboration with other MagLab scientists and technicians in the development and improvement of measurement techniques, sample holders and associated ultra-low temperature equipment needed for cutting-edge high magnetic field research into quantum matter. The successful candidate will also be expected to carry on an independent research effort, in parallel, that utilizes and improves upon the low temperature and high field measurement capabilities of the MagLab. The MagLab values a diverse workforce and is proactive in reaching out to under-represented groups in science.
This Research Faculty position will require a PhD in physics or engineering. Other combinations of education and experience will also be considered. This position will require working in both a supportive and collaborative mode with users from around the world who utilize the dilution refrigerators, 3He cryostats and variable temperature inserts housed in the various superconducting, resistive and hybrid magnets of the MagLab DC-Field Facility.
The MagLab is operated for the National Science Foundation by a collaboration of institutions comprising Florida State University, the University of Florida, and Los Alamos National Laboratory.
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