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Post Doctoral Research Opportunities

Materials Measurement Science Division Headaquarters

Fate and Behavior of Engineered Nanoparticles in Saltwater Ecosystems

Fracture of Nanomaterials

Nanomechanics of Nanomaterial Surfaces and Interfaces

Nanoscale Stress Mapping Using Confocal Raman Spectroscopy and Electron Back Scattered Diffraction

Microscopy and Microanalysis Research Group

Atom Probe: Improving the Accuracy and Precision of 3D Atom Probe Analysis

Biological 3D Correlative Microscopy

Compressive Sensing Methods for Electron Microscopy and Microanalysis

First-Principles Modeling of Electronic Structure and Near-Edge X-Ray Spectroscopy

High-Resolution X-Ray Spectroscopy Using Microcalorimeter Detectors

Super-Resolution Chemical Imaging Microscopy

Nano Materials Research Group

Advanced Regulatory Science for Nanotechnology

Chemical and Physical Metrology for Micro- and Nanoplastics

Elucidating Factors Contributing to Sustainability and Efficacy of Nanomaterials in Complex Systems

Improving Efficacy through New Measurements and Classical Design

Enabling Advanced Functionalities in Photonics using Low-Dimensional Semiconductors

Metrology for Nanomaterial-Based Non-Biological Complex Drugs

Separation of Small Molecules and Polymers through Nanochannels

Surface Chemical Imaging of Commercially and Biologically Relevant Materials for Quantitative Analysis

Surface Metrology of Nanomaterials

Materials for Energy and Sustainable Development Group

Adsorption Science to Enable Sustainable Development

Analysis of Individual Atmospheric Particles to Understand Aerosol Effects on Climate

Combinatorial Methods for Thin-Film Functional Materials and Devices

Electronic Structure of Organic Interfaces

Machine Learning for High Throughput Materials Discovery and Optimization Applications

Materials for Sustainable Development

Materials, Standards, and Data for Energy Conversion Applications

Optical Thermal / Thermodynamic Measurements.

Thermoelectrics and other Energy Conversion Materials

X-Ray Metrology and Standards

Surface and Trace Chemical Analysis Group

Desorption Mass Spectrometry of Biological and Nanoscale Materials

Forensic Trace Evidence Analysis and Standards

Mass Spectrometry Metrology for Trace Detection and Chemical Imaging

Microbeam Mass Spectrometry

Synchrotron Science group

Speciation and Related Chemical Information from X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy

Synchrotron Methods: Extended X-Ray Absorption Fine Structure

Synchrotron Methods: Variable Kinetic Energy X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy

X-Ray Science with Superconducting Sensors

Materials Structure and Data Group

Atomic-Resolution Chemical Imaging of Individual Nanostructures in an Aberration-Corrected STEM/TEM

Carbon (CO2) Capture and Selective Gas Sorbent Materials

Computational Studies of Functional Oxide Materials and Devices

Computational Studies of Nanoporous Solids

Four-Dimensional (4D) Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy

Integration of High-Throughput Experimentation and Physical Property Data Bases

Microstructure of Energy Conversion, Storage, and Additive Manufacturing Materials

Nano- and Atomic-Resolution Electron Microscopy of Three-Dimensional Structures

Nanoscale Structure in Nanomaterials

Nanomechanical Properties Group

Nanoscale Randomness in Surfaces and Solid Defects

Security Technologies Group

Hierarchical Structures for Multifunctional Composites, Textiles, and Elastomers

Life Cycle Assessment of Renewable Materials through Small Volume Mechanical Testing

Long-Term Performance of Textiles, Nanocomposites, and High Strength Fiber

Next Generation Materials and Metrologies for Impact Mitigation




Materials Measurement Science Division

Created January 4, 2017, Updated May 29, 2020