Well, it seems we're in a boom... I post another one taken from LindekIn:
This work involves theoretical understanding of quantum effects in 22 nm scale devices; these include carrier transport, geometry and material dependent and structure calculations, role of metal and high-k material
interfaces, role of high-k on bandstructure and related phenomena to enable
development of 22 nm scale devices.
Candidates to be considered for this area are required to have a strong understanding of semiconductor physics and quantum effects in nanodevices.
The candidates are also expected to have a strong background in devices
physics, electronic structure methods, numerical programming, hands on
experience with ab-initio modeling tools, and computer programming in mixed language environment.
Should have Ph.D/MS in Physics, Electrical Engineering, Applied Physics, Computer Science, or Theoretical Materials Science.
For more details, visit the page where the offer is posted.... and polish your CV!