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Research Assistant Position: van der Waals heterostructures for advanced electronics and spintronics

Job Purpose

Professor Barbaros Özyilmaz group is opening a Research Assistant position to support advanced electronics and spintronics research based on 2D materials. Our group is at the forefront of 2D materials-based spintronics research and we are exploring exotic Majorana bound states in van der Waals heterostructures for topological quantum computation.

Your role will be to fabricate van der Waals heterostructures devices by exfoliation, characterisation and transfer of 2D materials. You will also have the opportunity to develop new processes for more reliable exfoliation and optical determination of 2D materials thickness. You will be able to participate in authoring scientific manuscripts.

For a better understanding of our group, please visit: http://graphene.nus.edu.sg/barbaros.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Exfoliate various 2D crystals including graphene, boron nitride, black phosphorus, etc.
  • Transfer atomic layers of 2D crystals on top of another using motorised transfer stage
  • Characterise 2D materials using atomic force microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, fluorescence microscopy, etc..
  • Fabricate nano devices using electron beam lithography and thermal evaporator.
  • Develop new processes for reliable exfoliation and optical determination of 2D materials thickness.
  • Procurement of equipment and consumables
  • Manage and maintain stock for key consumables and chemicals.
  • Perform routine equipment testing and maintenance.

Requirements 

  • Great hands-on working skills. 
  • B.E., B.Sc. or equivalent degree in Engineering / Science fields or higher. (Experienced in thin film fabrication and characterisation tools relevant to the field of interest is an advantage.)
  • High fluency in English with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Able to work independently without direct supervision.
  • Strong drive and motivation to excel.
  • Strong sense of responsibility and works well with other lab members.

Please send your application, CV and contact details to barbaros@nus.edu.sg

Post-Doctoral Position: Majorana Bound States in van der Waals Heterostructure

Introduction

Prof Barbaros Özyilmaz’s group at the National University of Singapore (NUS) is looking for a Post-Doctoral researcher to explore Majorana Bound States (MBS) in van der Waals heterostructures consisting of 2D materials such as graphene, black phosphorus, boron nitride, 2D ferromagnetic insulators (Cr2Ge2Te6, CrI3, etc.) and 2D superconductors (NbSe2, BSCCO, etc.). Your role will be to investigate these building block materials, study the interfacial effects when these materials are brought into proximity and eventually assemble them together to realize MBS, the ingredient for topological qubits.

Motivation

The realization of MBS in semiconductor-superconductor nanowire heterostructure was a breakthrough in the experimental implementation of topological quantum computation. However, braiding operation of MBS, which is the basic operation of a topological quantum computer, requires a branched junction that is extremely challenging to realize in nanowire-based devices. Extension to 2D semiconductor heterostructure (2DEG) is a natural direction. However, 2DEG is buried between buffer layers and as a result, proximity effect is very weak. Here, van der Waals heterostructures offer unique advantages. The interface between 2D materials in a van der Waals heterostructure can be atomically clean, leading to much stronger proximity effects. The recent emergence of 2D ferromagnetic insulators open new doors to engineer MBS without external magnetic field. This greatly relaxes the design constraints and vastly expands the choices of allowed material combinations. Ultimately, the combination of superior properties of 2D materials and strong interactions may enable the demonstration of braiding operation and stable topological qubits with long decoherence time.

Our related works in this area:

  1. O’Farrell, E. C. T., J. Y. Tan, Y. Yeo, G. K. W. Koon, B. Özyilmaz, K. Watanabe, and T. Taniguchi. "Rashba Interaction and Local Magnetic Moments in a Graphene-BN Heterostructure Intercalated with Au." Physical Review Letters 117, no. 7 (2016): 076603.
  2. Avsar, Ahmet, Jong Hak Lee, Gavin Kok Wai Koon, and Barbaros Özyilmaz. "Enhanced spin–orbit coupling in dilute fluorinated graphene." 2D Materials 2, no. 4 (2015): 044009.
  3. Avsar, A., Tan, J. Y., Balakrishnan, J., Koon, G. K. W., Lahiri, J., Carvalho, A., Rodin, A. S., Taychatanapat, T., O'Farrell, E. C. T., Eda, G., Castro Neto, A. H., and Özyilmaz, B. "Spin-orbit proximity effect in graphene." Nature Communications, 5:4875
  4. Balakrishnan, J., Koon, G. K. W., Jaiswal, M., Castro Neto, A. H., Özyilmaz, B. "Colossal enhancement of spin-orbit coupling in weakly hydrogenated graphene." Nature Physics 9.5 (2013): 284-287.

More information about the project, the lab and facilities can be found at the group website: https://graphene.nus.edu.sg/barbaros/

Job Description

  1. Nanofabrication of devices (thin film deposition, electron beam lithography, etching)
  2. Magnetotrasport measurements (high magnetic fields and low temperatures)
  3. Data analysis and physical understanding of the results

Eligibility

In this frame, we are looking for a highly motivated candidate holding (or about to hold) a PhD in Physics, Material Science, or related disciplines. The ideal candidate is expected to demonstrate:

  1. Proven track record of excellence in experimental research and list of publications in international journals.
  2. Experience in using low-temperature facilities, other techniques to characterize superconductors
  3. Experience in the following areas will be a bonus:
    1. Experience in Majorana experimental research based on nanowire or 2DEG.
    2. Experience in using Dilution fridge
    3. Experience in superconductor research
    4. Experience in a.c. Josephson effect measurement
    5. Experience in fabrication of heterostructures made of 2D materials and familiarity with preparation of samples in a glove box with inert atmosphere

How to apply

Please send your Cover Letter, CV (with publication list) and contact details to barbaros@nus.edu.sg

Prof Barbaros is featured in FoS Research

Prof Barbaros is featured in the latest newsletter of Faculty of Science, on "Two-dimensional materials for wearable electronics"! Click here for the pdf version.

High crystallinity combined with atomic thinness unlock some unique applications for two-dimensional (2D) materials in the field of human-machine interfaces and flexible electronics.

"Gate-tunable black phosphorus spin valve with nanosecond spin lifetimes" Published in Nature Physics

Although graphene is very promising for spin communication due to its extraordinary electron mobility, the lack of a bandgap restricts its prospects for semiconducting spin devices such as spin diodes and bipolar spin transistors. The recent emergence of black phosphorus, a high-mobility two-dimensional semiconductor, could help overcome this basic challenge. In this letter we report an important step towards making two-dimensional semiconductor spin devices. We have fabricated a spin valve based on ultrathin (~5 nm) semiconducting black phosphorus (bP), and established fundamental spin properties of this spin channel material, which supports all electrical spin injection, transport, precession and detection up to room temperature. In the non-local spin valve geometry we measure Hanle spin precession and observe spin relaxation times as high as 4 ns, with spin relaxation lengths exceeding 6 μm. Our experimental results are in a very good agreement with first-principles calculations and demonstrate that the Elliott–Yafet spin relaxation mechanism is dominant. We also show that spin transport in ultrathin bP depends strongly on the charge carrier concentration, and can be manipulated by the electric field effect.

We're hiring!

Want to work on high-impact research with a team of dedicated and passionate scientists? Our group is currently looking for new Post-Doctoral Researchers and Research Assistant to join our team. The detailed descriptions are in the links below and if you think you are a good fit for the job, please send your CV to Prof. Barbaros at phyob@nus.edu.sg.

  1. Post-Doctoral Position: Majorana Bound States In Van Der Waals Heterostructure
  2. Post-Doctoral Position: Black Phosphorus Spintronics
  3. Post-Doctoral Position: Towards Commercialization Of Graphene And Other 2D Materials
  4. Post-Doctoral Position: Energy Storage
  5. Research Assistant Position: Van Der Waals Heterostructures For Advanced Electronics And Spintronics
  6. Research Assistant Position: Towards Commercialization Of Graphene And Other 2D Materials

Post-Doctoral Position: Spin Transport studies in Black Phosphorus heterostructures

One post-doctoral research fellow position in the group of Prof Özyilmaz is available at the Centre for Advanced 2D Materials at National University of Singapore to study the spin based devices in two dimensional materials. Our lab is the first in the world to achieve electrical spin injection, transport and detection in few-layer black phosphorus­ (BP), a two-dimensional semiconductor [1]. In our BP experiment, we demonstrated long spin lifetime of up to 4 ns and long spin diffusion length of a few microns, which is comparable to the best reported values in graphene spintronics devices. Non-local spin signal observed in our BP spin valves are > 100 Ω, significantly higher than graphene spin valves (~2.5 Ω), metallic spin valves (~20 mΩ), as well as bulk semiconductor spin valves (~ 20 mΩ). We also demonstrated electron doping of BP by few-layer boron nitride/Co tunnel contacts and by Cu adatoms [2]. Large spin signal, intrinsic bandgap, and ability to dope to both p-type and n-type in BP enables many novel semiconductor spintronics devices, including bipolar spin diodes, magnetic bipolar transistors, spin transfer torque devices. The ultimate goal of the spintronics in Özyilmaz group is to employee 2D semiconductor to achieve useful spin device that integrate information processing and data storage. The candidate is going to focus on:

1) Deep understanding of spin transport properties in BP, such as optical spin injection, anisotropy and proximity effect.

2) Demonstration of bipolar spin diodes and magnetic bipolar transistor based on BP.

Facilities

The project will mainly leverage on a UHV-MBE chamber specifically designed for the growth of MgO tunnel junctions and ferromagnetic contacts. This UHV system is integrated with a glove box and hence allowing a complete fabrication of BP-based spin valve without exposing the surface of crystal to air. The glove box is equipped with an auto-transfer stage for creating two dimensional heterostructures. The group has already extensive experience in the fabrication of BP-based heterostructure devices and their charge and spin transport characterization. Measurement systems in the group include one 16T VTI (2K-400K) and a dilution refrigerators (10mK-400K) with a 7-2-2 T vector magnet. Information about lab and facilities can be found at the group pages.

Application Instructions: 

Candidates must hold a PhD degree or provide evidence of its completion in the near future preferably in physics or a closely related field. The candidate should have a proven track record of excellence in experimental research, preferably experienced with low temperature physics and the measurement.  Experience in the fabrication of 2D heterostructures and their basic characterizations will be an added advantage. The position is available for 1 year with possible extension to 2 years, or longer, salaries are internationally competitive and depend on experience.

Application Procedure: 

Please send your resume and cover letter to Prof. Barbaros Özyilmaz (barbaros@nus.edu.sg).

Referencre:

[1] Avsar A, Tan J Y, Kurpas M, et al. Gate-tunable black phosphorus spin valve with nanosecond spin lifetimes, Nature Physics, 2017.

[2] Koenig S P, Doganov R A, Seixas L, et al. Electron doping of ultrathin black phosphorus with Cu adatoms, Nano letters, 2016, 16(4): 2145-2151.

Post-Doctoral Position: Superconducting 2D Heterostructures

A post-doctoral position is available in Prof. Barbaros Özyilmaz’s group at the National University of Singapore (NUS) to investigate the transport properties of heterostructures made of layered superconductors such as BSCCO, NbSe2, and other two-dimensional (2D) materials such as BN, graphene.

Moivation

van der Waals heterostructures made from the assembly of individual layers of 2D materials opens up a number of opportunities to control band structure of new artificial materials and provides an unprecedented control of their electronic properties. 2D heterostructures are sensitive to an applied electric field, which is an alternative way, besides chemical doping, to drive the electronic system throw superconducting phase transition. The effect of high temperature superconductivity (HTS) is still lacking an explanation creating a major challenge for this field. In the strong two dimensional limit quantum fluctuations are strongly enhanced giving rise to unconventional phases, such as superconductivity with spatially fluctuating order parameter [1]. Additionally heterostructures of superconducting materials can be fabricated to enable proximity interactions and the breaking of spatial inversion symmetries.

A number of specific projects are available in this area:

  • Electric field effects and thermal transport in high temperature cuprate superconductors;
  • Spin transport in superconductors;
  • Proximity induced superconductivity in transition metal dichalcogenides.

The candidate will work at the Centre for Advanced 2D Materials in the National University of Singapore. The Centre is equipped with state-of-the-art clean room facilities and specially designed for the fabrication and characterization of 2D materials. Information about lab and facilities can be found at the group pages.

  1. L. J. Li, E. C. T. O’Farrell, K. P. Loh, G. Eda, B. Özyilmaz & A. H. Castro Neto Controlling many-body states by the electric-field effect in a two-dimensional material. Nature 529, 185–189 (2015).

Eligibility

In this frame, we are looking for a highly motivated candidate holding (or about to hold) a PhD in Physics, Material Science, or related disciplines. The ideal candidate is expected to demonstrate:

  1. Proven track record of excellence in experimental research and list of publications in international journals.
  2. Experience in using low-temperature facilities, other techniques to characterize superconductors and other 2D materials like Raman, AFM.
  3. Experience in fabrication of heterostructures made of 2D materials and familiarity with preparation of samples in a glove box with inert atmosphere would be an advantage.

Application Procedure

Please send your resume and cover letter to Prof. Barbaros Özyilmaz (phyob@nus.edu.sg).

The call will remain open until suitable candidates are identified. http://staff.science.nus.edu.sg/~barbaros/open.html

Post-doctoral Position: Energy Storage

One (1) post-doctoral position is available in Prof. Barbaros Özyilmaz’s group at the National University of Singapore (NUS) to advance on the project that focuses on synthesis of novel foam structures, suitable for many different applications. Our research team’s principal goal is to specifically target the scientific and technological bottlenecks which are preventing most.

Motivation

Despite having several applications, a fully accessible pore structure with high surface area and material density has been very difficult to achieve. There is always a tug of war between material density and accessible surface area, which has been so far the biggest obstacle in obtaining high volumetric surface area. Volume/size matters the most, as that defines the compactness. This has remained as a challenge, because of lack of control in spatial arrangements of nano particles. Porous materials mainly end up either with the following combinations; either high surface area with poor density or dense material with poor accessibility.

In our lab, we have developed a bottom-up approach to synthesise novel nano-structures, leading us to a unique, controlled spatial arrangement of nano-particles, which in turn has provided us the key to achieving the highest volumetric surface area reported so far for carbon. This approach enabled us to create carbon foams to target very specific applications and tailor material properties accordingly. For example, these carbon foams as ultra-thick electrodes for supercapacitor applications resulted in very high energy density and high power devices, thanks to the hierarchical structure of the pores made by nano-particles of specific aspect-ratios. Also, in the electrode developed for Si-based battery anodes, by introducing a novel elastic material, we have obtained excellent structural stability under high lithiation rate. Simultaneously, we are in collaboration with a key industry player in supercapacitors, muRata Manufacturing Co. Ltd.

We are now using this unique technique with other 2D materials, and we’re now synthesising unique porous materials out of them, which would open up potential new applications. such as solar steam generation, hydrogen evolution, hybrid-supercapacitors, Li-air batteries, carbon capture and storage (CCS), water disinfection and desalination applications.

In this frame, we are looking for a highly motivated and creative researcher with experience in energy storage applications (supercapacitors/batteries), characterization nano-porous structures, nanocarbon material synthesis.

Eligibility

In this frame, we are now seeking for candidates holding (or about to hold) a PhD in Physics, Material Science, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology or related disciplines. The ideal candidate will demonstrate:

  1. Proven track record of excellence in experimental research, preferably experienced with supercapacitors/batteries characterizations and related material development/synthesis and characterizations.
  2. Experience in using multiple techniques to characterize porous structures including BET surface area measurements.

Application procedure

Informal enquiries may be directed to Prof. Barbaros Özyilmaz barbaros@nus.edu.sg.

Formal submissions should include: Cover letter, Curriculum Vitae, the contact details of three potential references. (Potential candidates will be contacted by phone and invited for an interview.)

The position is available for 1 year and can be extended based on performance. Selected candidate will receive a salary package and globally competitive benefits (health insurance, housing, travel, and relocation allowance). Salary will be decided depending on previous experience.

The call will remain open until suitable candidates are identified. We also welcome qualified candidates to conduct 4 year PhD degree research program (http://staff.science.nus.edu.sg/~barbaros/open.html)

Post-Doctoral Fellows - Towards Commercialization of Graphene Technologies

Four (4) Post-doctoral positions are available in Prof. Barbaros Özyilmaz’s group at the National University of Singapore (NUS) to advance on the growth, transfer and processing of graphene, MoS2 and other 2D materials, and to explore novel applications of such materials. Examples of applications that we are already targeting include flexible touch sensors and electronics, increasing data density in magnetic media storage and the use of graphene as a mechanical and chemical barrier. Processing of 2D materials by the scotch-tape-like or by scooping based methods are only valid at a single or few device scale level, they result in defects that hinder the characteristics of the devices and are a bottleneck towards real applications. Novel paradigms are required for reliable processing, to maximize device characteristics, and to unlock applications.

Motivation

We were among the early groups to explore thermal release tape to transfer CVD graphene and have recently demonstrated methods for the mechanical and electrochemical transfer of graphene towards its use as an electrode layer in different applications. We are also renowned for the fabrication of 2D heterostructures and the evaluation of their transport characteristics, especially ultrathin black phosphorous devices. Among our challenges is now to develop proof-of-concept methods for the growth and the subsequent processing of these materials to demonstrate the viability for large area applications. We have identified four main topics listed below, and have four post-doc openings available to solve these specific challenges.

Available positions:

  1. Low Temperature Growth of Graphene and other 2D Materials

    With growing importance in low power CMOS technology, the tunnel field-effect transistor (TFET) is the most favourable device architecture due to its ability to work at low voltage and with a low Subthreshold Swing (SS). The ultimate atomic thinness and tunable bandgap of 2D materials renders it perfectly adapted for such sub-nanometer MOSFET, enabling potentially exceptional performance. The techniques use to grow large-scale 2D materials, such as Vapour Transport Epitaxy or Chemical Vapour Deposition, requires a high temperature at which the high vapour pressure of the chalcogen introduces strong points defects. There is a need for a low temperature growth directly on device compatible substrates for such applications. In this frame, we are looking for a highly motivated and creative researcher to develop novel growth techniques on a custom-built growth system to grow high quality graphene, MoS2 and others 2D materials in order to solve one of the main challenge of the scientific community.

  2. Low Temperature Growth of Reduced Functionality Graphene and other 2D Materials

    Graphene has so many amazing properties arising from its crystalline structure, such as high conductivities and a perfect barrier to most gases. However, in order to make graphene highly crystalline, there is a stringent temperature requirement and the crystals can only be grown on some select substrates. For most applications, these requirements cannot be met. Then we ask, is perfect graphene really needed? For some applications like coatings in magnetic hard discs, where a thin film coating is an enabler for increased capacity, the requirement can be met by an “imperfect” graphene. In fact, the current coating is completely amorphous. In our lab, we have developed a method to grow atomically thin “imperfect” graphene at low temperature and on arbitrary substrates.

    In this frame, we are looking for a highly motivated and creative researcher to continue to understand the mechanics of the low temperature growth of “imperfect” graphene on different substrates (including non-metal ones) and to extend these learnings on the growth of other 2D materials (e.g. MoS2). The candidate is also expected to contribute to our on-going efforts to build a long-lasting partnership with hard disc maker Fuji Electronics as well as find suitable applications and industry collaborators for these new class of materials. The successful candidate will have access to our state-of-the-art facilities including our custom built CVD-like chamber.

  3. Functional Transfer (van der Waals) of Graphene and other 2D Materials

    Transferring large area graphene or any other 2D material such as MoS2 or phosphorene from its growth surface to the device substrate is among the biggest challenges in the field and among the main bottlenecks towards applications. Current methods induce contamination and cracks that hinder the performance of the final device and they are not competitive from a technological point of view. Controlling the van der Waals (vdW) interactions between the substrate, the graphene and the transfer layer should be key to the direct peeling of the film and to overcoming the above limitations.

    In this frame, we are looking for a highly motivated and creative researcher to understand the vdW interactions and adhesion at the substrate-film interface and to explore novel methods towards dry, clean and high throughput transfer processes. The candidate will be able to use our graphene pilot-line to match these objectives and will also contribute to the group’s proof-of-concept demonstrators.

  4. Process Development which gives rise to Novel Functionalities

    Our novel approach towards growth and transfer has enabled 2D materials that meets the size, quality and functionalities required for commercial applications. This is immediately suitable for various applications like sensing and OLED. There is strong industry interest in our process and how the novel aspects adds new functionalities to the application performance. Demonstration of such applications with enhanced functionalities are essential for industry adoption.

    In this frame, we are looking for a highly motivated and creative researcher to drive the development of commercial applications for Graphene and Graphene-based materials, specifically in the field of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays and touch-based devices. The role provides the successful candidate the opportunity to collaborate on translational research projects with multinational industrial partners, as well as co-author in research publications and IP.

The candidate will work at the Department of Physics and at the Centre for Advanced 2D Materials at the National University of Singapore. He/She will also have the opportunity to work closely with our industrial partners on the development of the applications.

The postdoctoral fellow will be working in a highly international environment with state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. These include: a state-of-the-art clean room with different CVD and CVD-like systems to grow and evaluate 2D materials, state-of-the-art nanopatterning and fabrication facilities, transport measurement systems (10mK-400K; 9T), etc.

Eligibility:

In this frame, we are now seeking for candidates holding (or about to hold) a PhD in Physics, Material Science, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Electronic or Chemical Engineering, or related disciplines. The ideal candidate will demonstrate:

  1. Proven track record of excellence in experimental research, preferably experienced with multiple methods of CVD graphene growth (e.g. thermal CVD, plasma-enhanced CVD, etc.) and knowledgeable on different growth mechanisms. Experience in low- temperature growth of graphene will be an added advantage.
  2. Experience in using multiple techniques to characterize graphene and other 2D materials like Raman, AFM, SEM, TEM, Hall measurements, etc.
  3. Experience in the transfer of CVD-like graphene or other 2D materials, in the fabrication of devices based on such materials, and/or on processes that relate to such methods.

Application procedure:

Informal enquiries may be directed to Prof. Barbaros Özyilmaz barbaros@nus.edu.sg.

Formal submissions should include: Cover letter, Curriculum Vitae, the contact details of three potential references. (Potential candidates will be contacted by phone and invited for an interview.)

The position is available for 1 year and can be extended based on performance. Selected candidate will receive a salary package and globally competitive benefits (health insurance, housing, travel, and relocation allowance). Salary will be decided depending on previous experience.

The call will remain open until suitable candidates are identified. We also welcome qualified candidates to conduct 4 year PhD degree research program (http://staff.science.nus.edu.sg/~barbaros/open.html)

Research Assistant Position: Towards Commercialization Of Graphene And Other 2D Materials

The group of Professor Barbaros Özyilmaz, in the Department of Physics and the Centre for Advanced 2D Materials in the National University of Singapore, has an opening for the position of Project Manager. This project, “Toward Commercialization of Graphene Technologies”, is funded by NRF’s Competitive Research Programme. The applicant is expected to manage procurement, lab operations, safety within the laboratory and to assist in operations and maintenance of research equipment.

There is the opportunity to collaborate on various industry relevant projects of this grant and be an author of research publications and invention disclosures. Being a big group, there are a lot of experienced individuals in fields ranging from electrical engineering, to material science to physics and chemistry to learn from. Since the lab works very closely with the Centre for Advanced 2D Materials, along with the experience, much exposure to cutting edge research and innovative science and technology can be gained.

Depending on the preference, it can be a good first step to landing a research job in an industry in Singapore or abroad or being admitted to a reputed graduate program.

Requirements:

  1. B.E., B.Sc. or equivalent degree in Engineering / Science fields or higher.
  2. High proficiency in general MS office applications important.
  3. High fluency in English with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  4. Able to work independently without direct supervision.
  5. Strong drive and motivation to excel.
  6. Strong sense of responsibility and works well with other lab members.

Application procedure: Informal enquiries may be directed to Prof. Barbaros Özyilmaz barbaros@nus.edu.sg.

Formal submissions should include: Cover letter, Curriculum Vitae, the contact details of three potential references. (Potential candidates will be contacted by phone and invited for an interview.)

Job Purpose

Do you want to develop the next amazing application in the field of advance materials?

Join us at the Graphene group in the Centre for Advanced 2D Materials.

Professor Barbaros Özyilmaz group is opening a Research Assistant position to support the commercialization of Graphene technologies. Your role will be to implement and work with large-scale prototyping equipment for applications in the fields of Smart Sensors, Functional Coatings, Energy Storage and Synthesis.

In addition, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with various industry partners that are working in these fields. 

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Setup and implement a large-scale prototyping system. This includes hands-on chemical work, process development and writing standard operating procedures. 
  2. Prepare, characterise and pack samples for industry relations.
  3. Develop new processes and testing methods for applications developed in the lab.
  4. Procurement of equipment and consumables required to deliver the projects. 
  5. Manage and maintain stock for key consumables and chemicals.
  6. Perform routine equipment testing and maintenance.

Requirements

  1. Eager to develop the next best application in the field of material science!
  2. B.Eng., B.Sc. or equivalent degree in Engineering / Science fields or higher. Experienced in thin film fabrication and characterisation tools relevant to the field of interest is an advantage.
  3. Great hands-on working skills.
  4. Proficiency in general MS office applications.
  5. High fluency in English with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  6. Able to work independently without direct supervision.
  7. Strong drive and motivation to excel.
  8. Strong sense of responsibility and works well with other lab members.

Application Procedure: 

Please send your resume and cover letter to Prof. Barbaros Özyilmaz (barbaros@nus.edu.sg).

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