Postdoctoral Researcher Position in Magnetic Materials at National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan
Project Description: The applicant would be required to do Atomistic model study on the mechanism of coercive force in permanent magnets in cooperation with the center members.
More importantly, analysis of magnetization reversal dynamics (nucleation, depinning, domain wall motion, etc) by applying statistical physical simulations (stochastic Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert eq., Monte Carlo methods, etc.) and development of large-scale simulation methods in cooperation with NIMS principal researcher, Dr. Masamichi Nishino.
Position is offered as Full-time (Nontenured).
Research Areas: All disciplines of Mathematical and physical sciences.
- A PhD degree.
- Knowledge of magnetic theory and magnetic properties and experience of computational simulation study are desired.
How to Apply:
Candidates should send the following documents by e-mail in Word or PDF format to email@example.com
a. CV (with photo)
b. List of publications
c. Reprints of three selected papers
d. Brief summary of past accomplishments
e. Names and e-mail addresses of two references
- Documents submitted will not be returned.
- Web application is not available
Arrival Time: April or later (negotiable), 2017
Work location: Kanto district – Ibaraki
Work Place: NIMS Sengen site
Work Hours: 7 hours 45 minutes a day (negotiable as the flex-time system)
Holidays: Saturdays, Sundays, and National Holidays
Duration: 1 year (optionally renewable contract)
Salary: As per NIMS regulations
|Organization||NIMS (National Institute for Materials Science)|
|Fellowship Level||Post doc|
|Subject Areas||Mathematical and Physical sciences|
|Fellowship Amount||As per NIMS regulations|
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The research carried out at NIMS has two aspects, science and engineering. The goal of engineering research is to find ways to produce useful materials, while scientific research seeks to discover the physical principles underlying the properties of matter. NIMS specializes in carrying out research on materials. Our materials research is managed with the perspective of the next generation, in line with our theme “Materials research for creating tomorrow”.
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