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Postdoctoral Fellows (microelectronics radiation effects)

Indiana University Bloomington / Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering
Indiana University - Bloomington, Indiana
Date posted
May 10, 2024

The Center for Reliable and Trusted Electronics at the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering in Bloomington, Indiana is accepting applications for two full-time postdoctoral fellow positions to start July 1, 2024 (negotiable) for research on microelectronics radiation effects.




The Postdocs will join a dynamic and interdisciplinary team that includes engineers, physicists, computer scientists, and policy experts. The postdocs will work with Prof. Daniel Loveless on various areas of research, including radiation and reliability effects in emerging semiconductor technologies, modeling and simulation, integrated circuit design, development of radiation mitigation solutions, and radiation testing.




Minimum Qualifications:  A PhD in one of the following or another related area is required: engineering, computer science, or physics. The position requires semiconductor modeling, simulation, and integrated circuit design (VLSI) experience.




Preferred Qualifications:  Knowledge of microelectronics radiation effects mechanisms is desired, but not required. Experience with instrumentation and programming with Python is a plus.




Appointment Type:  Twelve-month full-time non-tenure track appointment with potential to be extended annually for a maximum term of 4 years, subject to satisfactory performance and funding; Positions are currently funded for two years. The positions are not eligible for sponsorship of a work visa.




Postdoc Salary:  $65,000




Postdoc Benefits:




Application Instructions:  Review of Applications will begin May 24, 2024; however, the search will remain open until suitable candidates are found. Interested candidates should review the application requirements, learn more about IU and The Luddy School, and apply online at: 




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