Physics: Condensed Matter, Physics: Instrumentation and Measurement, Physics: Physics
We have a several AFM/SPM Scientist Positions for our Ultra Low Temperature, Ambient and Ultra Fast AFM development projects at our R&D Lab located in Ankara, Turkey. Requirements for the positions are as follows: •PhD or M. Sc. in Physics or related fields •Experience in AFM/SPM/STM •Experience in Labview/C++ etc. programming is prefered •Experience in Low temperatures is prefered •Experience in FPGA programming is prefered Contact : NanoMagnetics Boothjobs@nanomagnetics-inst.com
NanoMagnetics Instruments is one of the world leading companies in the field of Scanning Probe Microscopes (SPMs) and measurement systems for various field of science and technology. Founded in 1999, markets its products in the world.
Prestigious universities like Oxford, MIT, Kyoto, and Harvard research labs like, Los Alamos National Lab., Argonne National Labs, TATA- Institutes, government inst...itutes like NASA and companies like Seagate, Microsoft, and Samsung are among our customers. 6 universities in top 10 list and 24 universities in top 100 list are our customers.
A team, composed of various branches of science and engineering, gives us the expertise required for R&D and manufacturing. System design, development, manufacturing, assembly, integration and testing are done in house for mechanical, electronics and software requirements.
Our product portfolio is mainly composed of:
Ambient Scanning Probe Microscopes (SPMs)
Low Temperature Scanning Probe Microscopes SPMs
Controller & Standalone Electronics
Measurement, Characterization & Manipulation Systems
Custom Manufactured Systems & Parts
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