A postdoctoral research associate position is available in the Smalyukh Research Group, Department of Physics, MSE and RASEI, University of Colorado Boulder: http://www.colorado.edu/soft-matter-physics/ This opening is for a postdoctoral researcher position with a research focus on the development of super-resolution optical imaging techniques for the experimental studies of soft condensed matter and biological systems. Prior research experiences in one or more of the following research directions will be considered valuable: (1) development and use of super-resolution imaging techniques such as STED, PALM and STORM; (2) Nonlinear optics and imaging techniques like CARS, transient absorption microscopy and SRS imaging; (3) Pump-probe techniques; (4) Experimental study of liquid crystals, colloids, bacterial biofilms and other soft matter and biological systems using optical techniques. The position is initially for one year starting from October 1, 2018, but can be potentially extended for up to three additional years.
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The candidates are required to have PhD in physics or related fields. The candidates must be self-motivated and responsible, as well as have significant prior research accomplishments, such as first-author publications. For the initial consideration, the interested candidates should submit a single pdf-file containing cover letter, CV and names and contact information of 3 or more references. The review of application will start immediately and will continue until the position is filled. See details of the job posting and apply at CU Careers.
Organization: *B0001 -- Boulder Campus
Title: Research Associate
Requisition ID: 13028