Positions Available

WANTED: PhD graduate student interested in Experimental Chemical Physics of Technological Materials.
[Posted: Feb 1, 1999]

The Laboratory has one immediate opening for a Ph.D. graduate student to conduct experimental research in electron scattering and coincidence spectroscopies of technological molecules.  In addition to the opportunity to pursue exciting research in one of Canada's best chemical physics research environments, the candidate will be trained with intense highly marketable skills, involving electron optics, mechanical design, high speed electronics, computer interfacing, software engineering, analytical thinking and problem solving techniques, etc. 

The graduate program at the University of Waterloo is considered to be one of the best in Canada.  All of my former members have gone on to become successful materials scientists and engineers working for major international research corporations [including Nortel (Ottawa), HP (Oregon), Hyundai (California), Komag (California), etc.]   For admission into the graduate programs in Chemistry or Physics at Waterloo, the candidate must have a B+ average in the B.Sc. and have demonstrated an aptitude for research in M.Sc.  Waterloo has the only co-op graduate research program in Canada, which empowers our students with valuable work experience in industry for up to one year.  For further details, please e-mail me.


WANTED in Year 2000: PhD students interested in Experimental Surface and Materials Science.
 
[Posted: Feb 1, 1999]

The Laboratory will have two openings for graduate research to conduct experimental research in surface science of semiconductor materials.  In addition to the opportunity to pursue exciting research in one of Canada's premier materials research environments, the candidate will undergo intense training to acquire highly marketable skills including all common surface analysis techniques, mechanical design, high-speed electronics, computer interfacing, software engineering, analytical thinking and problem-solving techniques, etc.

The graduate program at the University of Waterloo is considered to be one of the best in Canada.  All of my former members have gone on to become successful materials scientists and engineers working for major international research corporations [including Nortel (Ottawa), HP (Oregon), Hyundai (California), Komag (California), etc.]    For admission into the graduate programs in Chemistry or Physics at Waterloo, the candidate must have a B+ average in the B.Sc. and have demonstrated an aptitude for research in M.Sc.  Waterloo has the only co-op graduate research program in Canada, which empowers our students with valuable work experience in industry for up to one year.  For further details, please e-mail me.


WANTED: Candidate for NSERC NATO Science Fellowship. 
[Posted Feb 1, 1999]

This year the Laboratory is seeking an individual with outstanding background in chemistry, physics, or surface/materials science to sponsor applications to the NSERC NATO Science Fellowship program.  If successful, the candidate will have a choice to work on a wide variety of projects available in the Laboratory, ranging from electron scattering, forbidden spectroscopies, surface chemistry of semiconductors, time-resolved studies of novel ultrathin films, etc.  Candidates must have a Ph.D. degree and certain conditions may apply.  Competitive supplementary support will be provided.  For further details, please e-mail me.