We are hiring!

If you are interested in condensed matter physics, materials science, device physics, and applications of quantum materials you are in the right place! We are actively seeking motivated undergraduate and graduate students to work on experimental projects related to the fabrication of van der Waals heterostructures, quantum transport measurements on 2D materials, scanning probe projects, as well as applications of 2D materials as devices and sensors.

For graduate students, we offer both GRA and GTA sponsorships at the University of Kansas. There will be opportunities to work on a variety of fellowship applications together with Dmitry.

For undergraduate students, we offer various forms of support. The immediate undergraduate research projects are related to devices based on transition metal dichalcogenides, 2D magnets, and 2D ferroelectrics.

Maybe you are interested in the engineering aspect of things? We are currently building our lab, so there are a lot of fun projects exploring how to build and control state-of-the-art fabrication and measurement tools.

Feel free to approach me to discuss various aspects of undergraduate research possible in my lab. No specific prior experience is required!

Please send your questions to Dmitry at d.ovchinnikov@ku.edu or knock on the door at Gray-Little Hall, 2114.