Our Research Group
Julia A. MundyAssistant Professor of Physics
Charles M. BrooksResearch Associate
Dionne ClarkeLaboratory Administrator
Qi SongPostdoctoral Associate
Grace PanGraduate Research Fellow
Postdoctoral FellowsThe Mundy group currently has one opening for a postdoctoral fellow starting in January 2019 or thereafter. We are particularly interested in prospective members with strong experience in (oxide) molecular-beam epitaxy, synthesis of quantum materials by other techniques and/or analytical electron microscopy. Please send an email to Prof. Mundy with your CV, a statement of research interests/proposed work in our group and the names of 2-3 potential references (letters need not be provided at this time).
Graduate StudentsCurrent Harvard Graduate Students (or students admitted to the PhD program):
We currently have an opening for a graduate student. Students in physics, applied physics or related fields are encouraged to email Prof. Mundy to set up a time to discuss potential projects.
Prospective Harvard Graduate Students:
We will be accepting students into the group following the 2018-19 admissions cycle. If you are interested in our work, we encourage you to apply to the graduate program in either Physics or Applied Physics (SEAS). Prof. Mundy can answer specific questions regarding research in our group however please note all admissions decisions are made by committee. Prospective students should refer any admissions related inquiries to the department page.
Undergraduate StudentsThere will be openings for dedicated Harvard undergraduate students starting in Fall 2018. Students in physics, chemistry and physics, engineering sciences and related fields are welcome. Please email Prof. Mundy to set up a time to discuss opportunities.
Harvard is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.