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Washington Nanofabrication Facility

Molecular Analysis Facility


  • Photolithography Equipment Engineer: This position is a service-oriented position that requires performing a variety of tasks in support of a diverse Department of Defense (DoD) research environment within a nanofabrication cleanroom facility. This position supports internal and external user research, process development, and device fabrication in the Specialty Electronic Materials and Sensors Cleanroom (SEMASC) at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory.
  • Intel is hiring LTD (Logic Technology Development) PhD graduates with technical, science and engineering backgrounds that are interested in working in semiconductor technology development – tools/equipment development and process development. If interested please contact Imola Zigoneanu
  • The Global Quantum Leap (GQL) is an NSF-sponsored program coordinated by the University of Minnesota that forms a “network of network” between international research networks on quantum information sciences and nanotechnology. As part of our mission to foster deeper connections between our partner networks we run two exchanges with our international partners: 
     — ARIM through The National Institute for Material Science (NIMS) in Tsukuba, Japan (
    — ML4Q through RWTH Aachen in Aachen, Germany (
    We will be seeking 4 undergraduate students for each program (8 total). Students should have previous lab research experience (such as an REU program). A strong background in quantum physics and/or materials science is needed for these programs.  Each exchange lasts approximately 10-12 weeks with travel, housing, and stipend provided by the GQL. Students will be able to choose from a group of projects when they apply and will work in research groups at their host institution. If you are interested in applying and wish to receive application materials, please request an application by sending an email to Steven Koester, Jordan Schwed or Lynn Rathbun at: Applications will be sent out starting at the end of October, and applications will be due by November 22, 2023.
  • The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Guangzhou) is hiring tenure-track faculty in device and fabrication, circuit technology, design automation, architecture and systems with highly competitive salaries in the world and cutting-edge research facilities. More information about the faculty is here. If interested, here is the contact information.
  • The Cavendish Laboratory at the University of Cambridge is searching for a new faculty in the broad area of ‘Physics of Life’. The Physics of Life theme at Cambridge is active across a wide range of biological and biomedical physics research and has a growing presence in biomedical optics, supported by a number of new investments in preclinical and clinical research imaging infrastructure and recent hires. Contact Professor Sarah Bohndiek for informal queries or introductions prior to application. Apply by September 17.
  • The Ultrafast Nano-Optics Lab within the PML is seeking a postdoctoral researcher. The candidate will assist in design, nanofabrication and/or measurements of integrated nanophotonic and metasurface devices operating in the visible and infrared spectral range for a range of applications. Prior experience in the field of ultrafast and nonlinear optics, metasurfaces, integrated nanophotonics, and/or nanofabrication is a plus.
    • The candidate will have opportunity to work in a lively and stimulating state-of-the-art scientific environment at the beautiful NIST campus in the Washington DC metro area. More information can be found at:




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