Correlated Electrons at the Nanoscale
The Hoffman lab combines molecular beam epitaxy and scanning probe microscopy to understand and control the nanoscale electronic and magnetic properties of exotic materials.
Postdoctoral positions available
- Development of a Scanning 4-Probe Microscope (details)
- Launch of an Ultra-Low-Temperature Scanning Probe Microscope (details)
- Fellowships to explore quantum materials & phenomena (due Nov 30, 2018):
- John Harvard Distinguished Science Fellowship
- Postdoctoral Fellowship in Quantum Science and Engineering
- Fellowship to explore energy-related materials (due Jan 16, 2019):
Some materials we study...
Interested in this work?
- Harvard undergrads: contact Prof. Hoffman any time with the following information
- Harvard graduate students (or admitted prospectives) should talk to Prof. Hoffman and visit the lab.
- Visiting students: prospective summer interns should submit all information by March 15 to ensure full consideration, but requests are welcome any time. Most decisions will be made by the end of March.
- Prospective graduate students: see Harvard's admissions information.
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