- The Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials at Wake Forest University anticipates multiple postdoctoral openings for work in organic and inorganic solar cell technology. A PhD. in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science, or allied field is required. Experience in two or more of the following fields is required: Organic device fabrication, inorganic thin film solar cell fabrication using a-Si:H, inorganic thin film solar cell fabrication using CIGS, inorganic thin film fabrication of solar cells using CdTe, synthesis and processing of CZTS thin films, solar cell testing and quality evaluation, solar cell packaging and sealants, solar module design. A demonstrated scientific track record including publications and conference presentations is essential. Good communications skills and excellent lab skills are a must. Beyond the required expertise above, field experience, sputtering, MOCVD, PECVD, HWCVD, and microscopy experience a plus. Applicants should arrange to send two letters of recommendation plus a CV and one page statement of goals to Dr. David Carroll (email@example.com). Review of applications will begin 12/01/2011.
Wake Forest University is an equal opportunity employer.
- To apply:
- Send CV and two letters of reference plus a one page statement of goals to Dr. David Carroll at firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials at Wake Forest University is a large, multidisciplinary research center that specializes in three areas of nanotechnology. The first area of speciality in the center is Organic Electronics such as photovoltaics, organic light emitting diodes, organic transistors, etc. The second focus area is nanomedicine. Near half of the activities within the center revolve around nanotechnology applied to cancer, wound care, antibiotics and orthopaedics applications. The thrid area is new nanomaterials synthesis. As the backbone for all of our nanotechnology efforts, our program is well equipped to synthesize and fully characterize an assortment of different types of nanomaterials.