Prof. Karl K. Berggren
This page outlines the currently available positions in our group. Potential students and employees should subscribe to our RSS News Feed or check this page frequently, as new positions will be posted on the RSS feed and on the news page of this site when they arise.
Post-Doctoral Research Associates
Interested candidates may apply at http://goo.gl/forms/mleVXYlfWydeymej2. If this link is unavailable to you for any reason (some geographic locations block google forms), you may contact Dorothy Fleischer (email@example.com) for assistance in completing the form. Applications will be evaluated as received, with a candidate selection and appointment expected in the Fall of 2016.
Electron Optics and Nanofabrication
We do occasionally have unadvertised opportunities arise. Please apply via this form, with a text only CV.
Graduate Research Assistants
We are looking for a graduate research assistant (must be an admitted MIT graduate student) to develop novel quantum sensors, logic devices and digital circuits based on superconducting nanowires. Present projects can support students to develop their skills from designing and fabricating electronics to constructing working systems, which are aimed to various applications, such as quantum information science and energy-efficient classical computation. The initial emphasis of the work will be on the investigation of working principles of superconducting nanowires and development of superconducting circuits based on the nanowire-based electronics.
Interested candidates may apply at http://goo.gl/forms/mleVXYlfWydeymej2.
Undergraduate Research Assistants
We continuously consider applications for undergraduate research assistant positions through the undergraduate research opportunities (UROP) program. The position would require a commitment of ~ 10 hours per week, and full-time employment during IAP and the summer. Please submit a your CV as text in the body of your application email, a list of courses taken and grades, major or intended major, and a cover letter stating your interest in the position to our administrative assistant. All this should be submitted as text in a single email, no attachments please.
Non MIT students seeking a summer or other research position, you should (1) have your own funding (e.g. through an NSF REU program); and (2) apply in the early spring by filling out this form. All materials should be submitted as text in a single email, no attachments please. We will not be able to respond to requests that do not adhere to these formatting requirements.
Administrative and Technical Staff
We are not currently hiring administrative or technical staff, however interested potential candidates should subscribe to our RSS News Feed or check this site frequently, as new positions will be posted on that feed and on the news page of this site when they arise.
Visiting Researchers and Students
We host extended visits by researchers from academia or industry or by students enrolled at other educational institutions. Generally, visits from students that last for fewer than 6 months will not be considered, while the most productive visits last at least a year.
If interested, apply via this form. In planning a visit to MIT, you may also find the information at the international student’s office and the international scholar’s office to be helpful. We will not be able to respond to requests that do not adhere to these formatting requirements.