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New funding from The Office of Naval Research Global

last modified Mar 26, 2018 08:55 PM
We are pleased to announce funding from The Office of Naval Research Global for a 3 yr. funded program for a postdoc to work on Nanostructured Metamaterials for High-Tc Superconductivity.

We will work with Dr. Mike Osofsky at the Office of Naval Research in Washington DC and Collaborators at Towson University (TU)  and Univ. of Maryland. The teams will characterize thin film composite samples made in Cambridge using optical and other measurements and will model them using a theoretical description of metamaterial superconductors. 

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