Dear Mr. Smith,
I am responding to your advertisement for an assistant professor in experimental condensed matter physics and have enclosed my CV, publication list, and statement of research interests for your review.
Some highlights of my research achievements include the following:
- Resolved a long-standing controversy about the nature of wide bands in rare earth -based, inter -metallic compounds by incorporating high -resolution photoemission, which was cited in multiple papers in professional journals, including Nature and Science.
- Mapped electronic and magnetic nature in Fe/Cr nanowedges by conducting depth -resolved hard X-ray standing wave spectroscopy with bright elliptically polarized light. This work decorated the front page of Science as the work of the year for 2007.
- Obtained the world record tunneling magnetoresistance and excellent thermal stabilities in metallic tunnel junctions by introducing a new type of deposition process and materials. This work is patented and appeared in Science and Physics magazines.
In my present position as a research associate professor at Cornell University, I have made several scientific and technological breakthroughs in the development of magnetic random-access memory devices. My work has not only made substantial contributions to the development of high-speed, high -density, low -power, and non-volatile magnetic devices, but also provided a fundamental understanding of the microscopic underlying mechanisms in the transport properties and the electronic structure of state-of-the-art magnetic nanostructures.
Thank you very much for your time and consideration. I look fonvard to discussing how my experience, credentials, and achievements meet your departmental needs. I will call to schedule an interview at your convenience.