The Institute for Quantum Matter (IQM) at the Johns Hopkins University invites applications for the IQM Condensed Matter Theory Postdoctoral Fellow position sponsored by the DOE Energy Frontier Research Center. The postdoctoral fellow is expected to interact with faculty in condensed matter theory and conduct theoretical research on the frontiers in quantum matter, including but not limited to topological matter, unconventional superconductivity and other strongly correlated electron systems. Successful applicants are expected to demonstrate high aptitude for theoretical research as well as to establish connections with the IQM theoretical and experimental groups at Johns Hopkins, Cornell, George Mason, ISSP/U Tokyo, Penn State, Princeton and Rutgers (https://iqm.jhu.edu/people/principal-investigators/).
The position is for two years (renewed annually), subject to mutual agreement and the availability of funding. The appointment includes a competitive salary and benefits, and research/travel funds.
PhD in Theoretical Physics (or equivalent).
Applications should be submitted through https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/17640.
Application materials include
- A CV with a list of publications,
- A research statement of up to four pages,
- A minimum of three letters of recommendation.
- Up to three representative works (please combine them into a single pdf file),
Applications will be reviewed beginning November 25, 2020, and the position will remain open until filled. The start date is flexible and expected to be on or before Summer 2021. For inquiries about this position, please email email@example.com.
The Johns Hopkins University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from women and members of underrepresented groups.
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