Department of Physics Research Assistant Professor (Ref. 180001V6)
The Department of Physics invites applications for a position of Research Assistant Professor in quantum sensing, starting as soon as possible. Applicants should have a PhD degree in physics or similar fields and have research experience in at least one of the following fields:
- spin control and detection; - quantum sensing; - nanomagnetism; - optical spectroscopy of nano-systems; - condensed matter physics
The appointee will work closely with faculty members in the Department in research on quantum sensing using optically detected magnetic resonance of color centers in diamond and similar materials and applications in nano-magnetism and bio-sensing studies. Information about relevant research in the Department can be found in http://www.phy.cuhk.edu.hk. The appointee will be expected to demonstrate a strong record of research accomplishments, potential for establishing externally funded research programmes, and undertake light teaching duties at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Appointment will initially be made on contract basis for up to three years, renewable subject to mutual agreement. Applications will be accepted until the post is filled.
Application Procedure Applicants should submit an online application and attach a full resume, a brief research statement (not longer than three pages), copies of academic credentials, a publication list and/ or abstracts of selected published papers, together with names, addresses and e-mail addresses of three referees to whom the applicants' consent has been given for their providing evaluation letters.
The University only accepts and considers applications submitted online for the post above. For more information and to apply online, please visit http://career.cuhk.edu.hk.
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