Electronic Materials Synthesis and Plasma Processing Lab

Chang Lab Info

Research activities are focused on the synthesis and patterning of multi-functional complex oxide films with tailored electronic, chemical, thermal, mechanical, and biological properties. Experimental and theoretical studies are combined to understand the process chemistry and surface kinetics in atomic layer deposition, plasma etching and deposition processes, and gas-phase surface functionalization processes. Novel devices including advanced microelectronics, optoelectronics, and chemical sensors are realized at nano-dimensions as the technologies become more enabling based on these fundamental studies.   


[Postdoctoral Researcher Position Opening] Posted – February 8, 2013. 

Two postdoctoral research positions are available in the area of materials processing and synthesis, characterization and device fabrication and testing. Candidates should have background and expertise in gas-phase material synthesis, surface characterization, and device testing. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in physics, chemistry, material science, chemical engineering or related areas and be skilled in technical writing. These positions are renewable on a yearly basis, for up to three years. Qualified candidates should send their resume, and phone numbers and email addresses of three references to Professor Jane P. Chang at jpchang@seas.ucla.edu


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