: Aerospace Systems
: United States-California-Redondo BeachUS Citizenship Required for this Position
: Relocation assistance will be available
Students must be enrolled in, or accepted into a doctoral program. Students must demonstrate their potential to contribute to the Advanced Nanotechnology Laboratory research via enrollment in a highly relevant degree program, such as materials science or mechanical engineering.The candidate should have acquired familiarity and skills that demonstrates working knowledge in the following areas:
- · Carbon nanotube material growth and physical and thermomechanical characterization
- · Coating and deposition techniques for metallizing vertically align carbon nanotube arrays
- · Experience with modern thermal analytical methods such as infrared thermometry and/or laser flash conductivity techniques for measuring and modeling thermal interface resistances is highly desirable
- · Familiarity with solder and adhesive bonding techniques for attaching semiconductor devices to thermal control surfaces
- · Understanding and some capability for predicting and modeling thermomechanical stress in semiconductor device structures
An educational background in chemical or mechanical engineering with some familiarity and work experience in material science and an interest in interdisciplinary research.
Northrop Grumman Corporation is a leading global security company providing innovative systems, products, and solutions in aerospace, electronics, information systems and technical services to government and commercial customers worldwide.
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