Frederick, MD: SAIC is looking for a Ph.D. chemist with experience in analytical chemistry and/or material science to characterize nanomaterials. Sounds futuristic.
North Brunswick, NJ: Chromocell Corporation is looking for a M.S./Ph.D. flavor chemist with 5+ years in the field.
Annadale, NJ: ExxonMobil's research arm is looking for a Ph.D. chemist for a postdoctoral position in, well, you look:
Candidates are sought to fill a research position in the area of nanomechanical characterization with scanning probe microscopy (SPM) based methods. The candidate will conduct research with state-of-the-art SPM instrumentation (including nanoindentation) to develop novel methods in quantitative and semi-quantitative characterization of elastic and viscoelastic materials. The position is primarily experimental-based but will also include simulations of tip-sample interactions and incorporate use of contact mechanics modeling to improve data interpretation.
A Ph.D. in materials science/applied physics/physical chemistry/ materials or mechanical engineering and a demonstrated ability to perform independent research is required. A strong background in scanning probe microscopy with a proven track record in research is essential. Experience in advanced scanning probe methods and theory including multifrequency, dynamic methods, nanoindentation, advanced image analysis, nanothermal analysis methods, tip-sample interaction simulations and continuum contact mechanics is strongly desired. Excellent collaboration and communication skills are required.