Argonne National Laboratory has an immediate opening for a postdoc in the area of nearfield acoustic holography and acoustic metamaterials to work on two projects: SonicLQ and NanoHeatBlock. SonicLQ – The Sonic Leak Quantifier is a technology for locating and quantifying the size of building envelope air leaks through measurement of sound leaks. Experience in acoustic measurement is necessary and experience with nearfield acoustic holography or similar acoustic imaging methods is desired. The NanoHeatBlock project is developing a transparent nanofoam insulator for improving thermal performance of windows. We also hope to make it a “mild” acoustic metamaterial to improve the acoustic performance of windows. Experience in metamaterials is desired, but not necessary. The ideal candidate would have experience in both measurement and metamaterials, but just having a desire to learn about metamaterials will suffice. The position will initially be for 1 year renewable up to 3 years.
The position will be in the Building Energy Decision and Technology Research Program in the Center for Energy, Environmental, and Economic Systems Analysis, in the Energy Systems Division at Argonne.
For more information contact Dr. Ralph T. Muehleisen at email@example.com, and to apply please see https://www.anl.gov/careers/apply-job/postdoctoral-applicants referring to Req. Number 403618.
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