The postdoctoral position in neutron scattering from quantum materials is currently filled . If a new opening becomes available, it will be advertised here in the first part of 2024.
As of May 2023, a joint postdoctoral position is open to work in molecular spectroscopy and magnetism with the groups of Prof. Henry La Pierre and Prof. Zhigang Jiang at Georgia Tech and in collaboration with Prof. Stephen Hill at Florida State University and the Nation High Magnetic Field Laboratory. More details can be found here.
In the academic year 2023-2024, the Mourigal Lab may recruit 1 graduate student, interested in all aspects of quantum materials research from neutron scattering and theory to materials synthesis and characterization. If you are admitted to Georgia Tech's graduate program in Physics (or if you are considering applying) and are interested in our group, please get in touch!
The Mourigal Lab has a track-record of traininghighly motivated undergraduate and summer students interested in neutron spectroscopy, materials synthesis and characterization, data analysis and/or modeling/teory of quantum materials. Do not hesitate to get in touch if you are interested to visit our laboratory.
Undergraduate researchers are recruited in a given Fall semester to start research in the Spring semester. First or second year undergraduate students are especially encouraged to reach out. The first semester of research in our laboratory is typically done in a voluntary basis and subsequent semesters are for pay or credit. Undergraduate researchers are especially encouraged to complement their research experience with placements at National Laboratories.
The next deadline to apply for undergraduate research in the Mourigal Laboratory is November 5, 2023 by email with title "Undergraduate Research Interest" with a CV and a motivation letter. Informal inquiries are also encouraged.
The Georgia Institute of Technology, a unit of the University System of Georgia, is an Equal Education and Employment Opportunity Institution. Applications from women and underrepresented minorities are particularly encouraged.
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