- Postdoc positions – LPS currently has multiple postdoc opportunities for candidates who hold, or anticipate earning, a doctorate with research experience in the areas of solid-state physics, quantum physics, integrated photonics, radio frequency electromagnetics, novel materials / devices for high performance computing, and novel materials / devices for advanced sensing. To apply, please send your curriculum vitae or resume to email@example.com. U.S. citizenship is not required.
- Permanent positions – LPS is currently interviewing highly qualified candidates for permanent employment in the areas of quantum systems for sensing and/or transduction; electromagnetics engineering to enable high-performance wireless communications; integrated photonics for High Performance Computing (HPC); and, active devices for beyond Moore’s law computing and cryogenic logic. If interested, please go to the website: https://apply.intelligencecareers.gov/job-description/1148740. For more information or to provide a resume, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. U.S. citizenship required.
- NRC Research Associateships – In addition to traditional postdoc opportunities, LPS is currently seeking candidates for a limited number of highly competitive postdoc positions available through the NRC Research Associateship Program. (Please go to http://nrc58.nas.edu/RAPLab10/Opportunity/Opportunities.aspx?LabCode=36 for more information.). U.S. citizenship is not required.
Since 1956, the Laboratory for Physical Sciences, in partnership with the University of Maryland, has advanced the physics and engineering behind information science and technology. A unique organization where university, industry, and federal government scientists collaborate on research in advanced communication, sensing, and computer technologies, the LPS currently houses four main divisions: Solid-State and Quantum Physics, Optical and RF Innovations, Microelectronics Integration, and Advanced Computing Systems.
The Laboratory for Physical Sciences is located in the Washington DC Metropolitan area. Home to many commercial collaborators, universities, government laboratories, and sponsors, the D.C. Metropolitan area is not only a great place to live, but an ideal place for a young scientist to launch a career. LPS also offers good benefits and a competitive salary.