Materials Scientist

Title: Materials Scientist

Job Duties:

  • The candidate will be mainly working in Japan and China. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who enjoys traveling and would like to spend time and gain experience working in Asia.

  • Assist the R&D team to fabricate and characterize metal thin films & carbon related nano-materials 

  • Assist the R&D team to operate and maintain the Vacuum systems including Sputtering systems, PVD and CVD, etc. 

  • Support the implementation of experimental parameters and maintenance of production system. 

  • Work with the R&D team on assigned tasks and ensure safe and effective operation of the equipment

Minimum Requirements:

  •  Master degree or PhD in Materials Science, Material Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Physics or other related Engineering / Science majors

  •  Must have a solid background in the operation and maintenance of the Vacuum systems including Sputtering, PVD, CVD and so on. 

  •  Candidates with work/research experience on carbon nanotubes or graphene are preferred. 

  •  At least three year experience in thin film depositions, carbon-nanomaterials or other nano-composite materials. 

  •  Materials characterization experience with electron microscopies, mechanical properties and element analysis (SEM, TEM, Tensile Test, XRD and/or XPS) is a plus. 

  •  Must be a team-player and willing to learn 

  • Must have good problem solving and communication skills 

  •  Be able to follow directions and get along well with others. 

  • Set and manage multiple priorities.

Please send resume to if interested in the position.

Materials Scientist – Super C (Newark, DE):

Assist the Research and Development (R&D) team to fabricate and characterize metal thin films and carbon related nano-materials. Duties include: use a highly sensitive and accurate vacuum sputtering system for the development and manufacture of metal thin films with precise thickness control; use a low pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) system to deposit atomically thin films of carbon and graphite nano-materials onto the metal thin films; use advanced characterization equipment (SEM, TEM, AFM, etc.) to test and verify the nano-material properties; and ensure safe and effective operation of the highly technical equipment during the research processes. Requires a Master’s degree in Materials Science or a related field and 1 year of related experience. Experience must include: controlling thin film depositions, operating vacuum sputtering systems, and working with characterization equipment and techniques (SEM, TEM, AFM, XRD, EDX and Raman spectroscopy) for material analysis. International travel required (30% - 40%). To apply, send an email to