Our research group studies the electrical transport properties of quantum materials and devices, such as superconductors, topological materials, semiconductor heterostructures, etc. Please find more in Research page and contact us for any questions and collaboration opportunities.
The Quantum Transport group in the University of Texas at Dallas is an active experimental group in the research on modern condensed matter physics. The group studies the low temperature electrical transport properties of quantum materials and devices, such as superconductors, topological materials, semiconductor heterostructures, etc. Research results have been published in top journals in the field, such as Nature Materials, Nature Physics, etc.
Currently, one postdoctoral researcher position is available. Applicant should be a PhD in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics or closely related fields. Applicant who has experience on any one or more of following fields will have higher priority. Prefered experience include: low-dimensional semiconductor system, superconductivity, low temperature physics (especially dilution refrigerator), clean room practice (especially e-beam lithography). A cover letter (intention letter of interest), CV, Statement of Research, a list of publication, and a list of three references will be required for consideration.
Any questions about this specific position, please contact Prof. Xiaoyan Shi at [email protected]. Please also find more about the group at http://www.utdallas.edu/~xshi.