Postdoctoral Position at Los Alamos National Lab.

Wei Bao wbao at
Wed Oct 25 14:00:34 CDT 2000

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Applications are invited for a PostDoctoral Research Fellowship 
in the Condensed Matter and Thermal Physics Group, Los Alamos 
National Laboratory to work on magnetism in correlated electron 
systems, such as novel heavy fermion superconductors [see, e.g., 
Phys. Rev. Lett. vol 84, 4986 (2000)] and transition metal oxides 
[see, e.g., Phys. Rev. Lett. vol 84, 3978 (2000)]. The primary 
research tool is neutron scattering, to be performed at domestic 
and international user facilities. The central research theme is 
the relation between magnetism and superconductivity. Influence 
of high pressure and magnetic field at low temperature is explored. 
The successful applicant will have a PhD in physics or in related 
fields, and experience in magnetism and/or correlated electron 
physics. Expertise in neutron scattering is desirable, but not 
essential. The ability to work creatively and independently, but 
within a team environment, is important.

Los Alamos provides a very stimulating atmosphere for motivated 
young scientists. The postdoc project will be carried out in close 
collaboration with materials synthesis, characterization and theory 
groups. The position is normally for two years, renewable for a 
third year.  U. S. citizenship is not required.

Applicants should send a resume, with list of publications, and three
referee letters to 
	Dr. Wei Bao 			
	MST-10, MS K764	
	Los Alamos National Laboratory		
	Los Alamos, NM 87545, USA 	
	email: wbao at		

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