Quantum Technologies Collaboration - Open Positions
We always welcome applications or expressions of interest from talented researchers. Please contact any member who you interested in working with.
Postdoc position - Mesoscopic physics of quantum materials
For the Research with Neutrons and Muons Division we are looking for a Postdoctoral Fellow in mesoscopic physics of quantum materials
- Explore quantum and topological effects in bulk, thin films and devices of quantum materials via microscopy, magnetic, electrical and X-Ray measurements
- Growth of epitaxial thin films and microfabrication of devices
- Electrical/thermal transport measurements using cryostats including a dilution fridge
- X-Ray scattering, ARPES, XMCD-PEEM and RIXS at large scale facilities
For more information see official posting or contact Dr Yona Soh, phone +41 56 310 32 81.
Postdoc position - Resonant Inelastic X-Ray Scattering in Topological Ferromagnets
For the Research with Neutrons and Muons Division and the Spectroscopy of Novel Materials Group at the Photon Science Division we are looking for a Postdoctoral Fellow in Resonant Inelastic X-Ray Scattering in Topological Ferromagnets
- Your research activity will focus on the magnetic properties in topological magnets with Resonant Inelastic X-Ray Scattering RIXS. RIXS as a photon-in/photon-out spectroscopic method gives direct access to low energy excitations of a solid
- In your research projects you will use the state-of-the-art RIXS spectrometer at the Advanced Resonant Spectroscopies ADRESS beamline at the Swiss Light Source SLS as well as other instruments at SLS and other facilities for advanced spectroscopic investigations
- In addition, you will be responsible for the development, testing, and characterization of sample holders with permanent magnets optimized for RIXS experiments in collaboration with the Insertion Device group
- You will also assist in the development, support, and maintenance of specialized measurement equipment at the beamline
- You will support and be involved in the experiment of external users.
For more information see official posting or contact Dr Thorsten Schmitt, phone +41 56 310 37 62