Internship: Nano-particle Properties

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States · EC · 1189 expand job description ↓

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MERL is searching for a graduate student to work on properties of nano-particles. Ideal candidates will have a strong background in physics modeling, particularly for hysteresis phenomena. Experience on Ab Initio computations (including density functional theory for material properties or finite-difference-time-domain for optical property) is a plus but not required. The intern is expected to explain experimental measurements. The expected duration is 3 months starting in summer 2018. Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please see our website http://www.merl.com for information relating to our research, and http://www.merl.com/publications/ to explore our publications.



Research Area: Electronics & Communications

Contact: Chungwei Lin

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