Posting Number: req18857
Location: Main Campus
Address: Tucson, AZ USA
The successful candidates will perform an attosecond electron microscopy imaging experiments (1) measuring the attosecond electron pulses, and (2) imaging the electron dynamics in DNA and cable bacteria.
Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!
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Duties & Responsibilities
The candidate utilizes knowledge and experience in attosecond electron microscopy to develop, design, set-up, and conduct imaging experiments. This includes:
- Building the polarization gating optical setup, overlap between two interferometer arms, and send it to the microscope. Make sure the two beams overlap in time and space.
- Measuring the PINEM spectrum and then measuring the cross-correlation electron PINEM spectra measurements.
- Utilizes specialized in-depth knowledge to perform the data analysis from the cross-correlation electron PINEM spectra measurements and retrieve the attosecond pulse temporal profile of the gated electron pulse.
- Assist the PI in overseeing day-to-day operation of the moderately complex attosecond electron microscopy research project. This includes direct supervision of 2 graduate (Ph.D.) students and supervisory support of the remaining project team. Build and deliver training to lab members to ensure accuracy and compliance. Participates in team meetings, monitors progress of the team, and develops progress reports to the PI. Is the subject matter expert for communication with PI and others associated with the experiment.
- Lead and collaborate in publishing peer-reviewed journal articles and present the results at conferences with or without PI. Participate in the acquisition of research funding and working with PI on writing grant proposals as needed.
- Bachelors in Physics, or related topics.
- Minimum of 5 years of relevant work experience, or equivalent combination of education and work experience in ultrafast science.
- PhD in physics or related field.
- Five years of postdoc experience.
- Experience in attosecond electron microscopy field.
Full Time/Part Time: Full Time
Number of Hours Worked per Week: 40
Job FTE: 1.0
Work Calendar: Fiscal
Job Category: Research
Benefits Eligible: Yes - Full Benefits
Rate of Pay: $59,404 - $74,254
Compensation Type: salary at 1.0 full-time equivalency (FTE)
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Number of Vacancies: 1
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Documents Needed to Apply: Resume and Cover Letter
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