Single Molecule Conductance
Nanotechnology research in our laboratory is focused on understanding how charge flows through different families of molecules and across the metal-molecule interface. We measure single molecule conductance in molecular junctions experimentally and use computational modelling of analogue systems to aid our understanding of nanoscale charge transport.
The ideal candidate is a Physics or Chemistry major (or undecided but leaning toward one of those disciplines) who is interested in fundamental scientific research, dedicated to her/his work, persistent in the face of challenging situations and adversity, and intellectually curious.
Job Responsibilities: TBD
Year in Program: Any
Position Title: Undergraduate Researcher
Hours per Week: 10-12
Type of Position: Unpaid
Position Status: Open
Interested in this Job?
If you are interested in this research opportunity, contact Gina Florio at [email protected]