The Condensed-Matter Physics Laboratory
The Condensed-Matter Physics Laboratory, HSE, Moscow, Russia invites applications for postdoctoral research positions in the field of condensed-matter physics.
The job involves:
- joining one of the research groups in the laboratory
- the researcher is encouraged to pursue their own research in parallel with working on a research project of the Laboratory in the following areas:
o condensed-matter theory
o experimental low-temperature physics and nanophysics
o hydrodynamics and theory of turbulence
- writing research papers for international peer-reviewed journals
- participation in organization of the events and other contributions to the lab’s development
- public presentations of candidate’s own research to the researchers in the field and the broader academic community
- some teaching is encouraged, though not required.
- a PhD degree (or equivalent, incl. Candidate of Sciences degree) in physics from a research university, normally within the last 5 years
- established research record in condensed-matter physics
- for experimentalists experience in the following areas is desirable: ARPES, nanofabrication, low and ultra-low temperatures, graphene, topological insulators, RF-measurements; contact us for more information
- fluent English
General conditions for Post-Doctoral Research positions can be found here. The appointment is normally made for one year starting in September 2019 with the possibility of extension.
A CV and research statement with a publication list should be submitted via online application form and two letters of recommendation February 15, 2019. Please, note that direct applications to the hiring laboratory may not be reviewed.
Condensed-Matter Physics laboratory was established in 2016 and is conducting research in theoretical and experimental condensed-matter physics in close collaboration with researchers from such academic institutions as the Landau Institute for theoretical physics, Kapitza Institute for physical problems, Institute for solid-state physics, Institute of spectroscopy, Lebedev Physical Institute. For more information about our research activities and staff members, visit the web-site of the lab (where you can also find our contact details for specific questions concerning this announcement).
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