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Date: Mon Oct 19 12:57:25 2020
Subject: 20.10.19 Postdoc: Defects in SiC for quantum information science, Virginia Tech
The Physics Department at Virginia Tech invites applications for 
a postdoctoral research associate position in theoretical condensed 
matter in the group of Prof. Kyungwha Park, with a focus on electronic 
structure and magnetic properties of point defects in different silicon 
carbide polytypes within and beyond density functional theory. Such defects 
in silicon carbide have been shown to be useful for applications in quantum 
information science, similarly to nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond. 
The position is available starting from Fall/Winter 2020 or later, 
and is renewable for one additional year after the first year, upon mutual 
agreement. The position is open until filled. Collaborations with theorists 
and experimentalists at Virginia Tech and different institutions are 
expected. The successful applicant must have a Ph.D. in theoretical 
condensed matter physics or theoretical chemistry or closely related field, 
and have knowledge in electronic-structure calculations, spin-orbit 
coupling, magnetism and ab-initio methods beyond density-functional theory. 
Experience in code development is desirable. 

Interested candidates must electronically submit online application, 
curriculum vitae, a brief description of their research interests 
(up to 2 pages), and the names of three references (including contact 
information) at http://www.jobs.vt.edu, referring to position number 
514275. Virginia Tech is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

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