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Two Postdoc positions in condensed Matter Theory
CNRS and Universite P. et M. Curie, Paris, France
Title: Optical, Transport and superconducting properties in 2D materials
We are offering two postdoc positions (two years positions each) at the University P. et M. Curie in Paris. The positions are available from now and have to be filled within October 2015. The candidates will join the team "Theorie Quantique des Materiaux" at the Institut de Mineralogie et de Physique des Millieux Condendensees, CNRS and Universite P. et M. Curie in Paris.
The candidates will work in the field of 2D materials composed by few atomic layers such as graphene and transition metal dichalcogenides. They will carry out first principles and analytical calculations to understand the physical properties of these materials, including understanding of optical data, investigation of charge density wave, superconductivity and metal-insulator transition.
Ideally, the candidate should have a solid background in condensed matter physics and a good experience in electronic structure calculation. One of the candidate should have experience in GW and Bethe-Salpeter calculations and possibly should be a developer of existing GW/BS codes. In general, experience in methodological developments of first principles approaches is highly appreciated.
Interested candidates can apply electronically (CV including full publication list and references) by sending an e-mail to:
A decision will be taken most likely before the end of the summer.
Publications related to the subject:
Universal Increase in the Superconducting Critical Temperature of Two-Dimensional Semiconductors at Low Doping by the Electron-Electron Interaction
M. Calandra, P. Zoccante, F. Mauri, Phys. Rev. Lett. 114 , 077001 (2015)
Two-Dimensional Analysis of the Double-Resonant 2D Raman Mode in Bilayer Graphene
F. Herziger, M. Calandra, et al. Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 187401 (2014)
Electron-Phonon Interactions and the Intrinsic Electrical Resistivity of Graphene
C.H. Park, N. Bonini, Th. Sohier, et al., Nano Letters 14, 1113 (2014)
First-principles theory of field-effect doping in transition-metal dichalcogenides: Structural properties, electronic structure, Hall coefficient, and electrical conductivity
T. Brumme, M. Calandra, F. Mauri, PHYSICAL REVIEW B 91 , 155436 (2015)
Phonon-mediated superconductivity in graphene by lithium deposition,
G. Profeta, M. Calandra, F. Mauri, Nature Physics 8, 131 (2012)
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