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Job Opportunities

 

  • IonQ is currently in a big hiring push for Physicists whether they are AMO experimentalists, quantum computation/algorithm specialists, or cryogenic vacuum hardware specialists. Students are encouraged to look at a variety of postings as many positions are looking for PhD physicists, but are not titled Physicist positions.

    https://ionq.com/jobs#open-positions

 

  • Open-Rank Research Scientist in Ultrafast Laser Science at Arizona State University in conjunction with the Compact X-ray Free-Electron Laser (CXFEL) Labs.

    CXFEL Labs develops novel ultrashort X-ray light sources in the hard and soft X-ray regimes based on the combination of compact electron accelerators and next-generation high-intensity laser systems. These sources will form a user facility serving a broad research community in conducting advanced time-resolved and structural studies of biomolecular systems, AMO, and quantum materials and other areas.

    Please direct suitable candidates to this opportunity at: https://apply.interfolio.com/113008

    Application review is ongoing and occurs every two weeks, with applications received by October 31, 2022 being considered timely (and continuing after this date until the search is closed).

    In parallel, ASU is also seeking a postdoctoral scholar in ultrafast science, interested candidates should contact Robert Kaindl (kaindl@asu.edu) directly.

 

 

 

  • Optical Engineer at Folio Photonics: Click here for job posting.

Email a cover letter and resume to Irina.shiyanovskaya@foliophotonics.com.

 

Graduate/PostDoc Position Openings

  • CXFEL Labs (ASU) is seeking a postdoctoral scholar in ultrafast science, interested candidates should contact Robert Kaindl (kaindl@asu.edu) directly.

 

  • The Ultrafast Nano-Optics Lab within the PML is seeking a postdoctoral researcher. The candidate will assist in design, nanofabrication and/or measurements of integrated nanophotonic and metasurface devices operating in the visible and infrared spectral range for a range of applications. Prior experience in the field of ultrafast and nonlinear optics, metasurfaces, integrated nanophotonics, and/or nanofabrication is a plus.

    The candidate will have opportunity to work in a lively and stimulating state-of-the-art scientific environment at the beautiful NIST campus in the Washington DC metro area. More information can be found at: 

    https://www.nist.gov/pml

    Please send CV to Dr. Amit Agrawal at amit.agrawal@nist.gov

 

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