Post-doc positions: X-ray scattering of nonequilibrium systems at Arizona State University, Phoenix metropolitan area, USA

The Department of Physics and the lab of Dr. Teitelbaum invites applications for a full-time, benefits-eligible Postdoctoral Research Scholar position using free electron lasers and other femtosecond x-ray sources to investigate condensed matter systems far from equilibrium. The scholar will be working with international collaborative teams on federally funded projects to use x-rays to explore the properties and dynamics of hard and soft condensed matter systems. Preference will be given to those candidates with expertise and strong interests in nonequilibrium physics of hard condensed matter or soft matter systems and experience with either femtosecond laser systems or bright x-ray sources such as synchrotrons and free electron lasers.

All positions will involve extensive use of x-ray user facilities (synchrotrons and free electron lasers) such as LCLS, NSLS-II, European XFEL, and APS, as well as opportunities to be involved with the CXFEL project (biodesign.asu.edu/cxfel/).     

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