The LATTE lab welcomes students at all levels: Ph.D., M.S., and undergraduates. The M.S. and Ph.D. degrees can be in either EE, MSE, or Physics.
Our lab focuses on novel electronic material and device theory and modeling. Useful qualities or experience for working in the lab are the following:
- Electronic solid-state device-physics
- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum chemistry
- Density functional theory
- Computational materials
- Parallel coding (MPI)
- C, C++, F90/95/77 Programming (F90)
- LINUX user
- LINUX administrator
Experience working in the LINUX or UNIX environment is needed. Since we maintain our own LINUX based computational clusters, LINUX admin experience is highly valued.
Undergraduates: There is funding available for both full time summer employment and also academic year employment at 10 hours/week.
Graduates: There are current and future positions for graduate students.
- Graduate Division: http://graduate.ucr.edu/grad_admissions.html
- Physics: http://www.physics.ucr.edu/graduate/
- MSE: http://www.mse.ucr.edu/prospectivegrads_welcomeoverview.html
- EE: http://www.ee.ucr.edu/prospective-students/graduate/
Contact: Roger Lake