We invite applications for two postdoctoral positions in broadly defined theoretical quantum physics, including condensed matter theory, cold atom physics, statistical physics, and quantum optics/information. We will offer an internationally competitive salary as well as travel support and a research budget. The start date is flexible from May to December 2019. The appointment will be two years, with one more year extension subject to mutual agreement.
Application materials including research statement, CV, and publication list, and three reference letters should be sent to Ms. Elaine Hu at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications before February 25 2019 will receive full consideration. Additional information about WQC research activities can be found at http://wqc.sjtu.edu.cn.
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About Wilczek Quantum Center, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Wilczek Quantum Center (WQC), initially founded at Hangzhou in 2014, moved to Shanghai Jiao Tong University to become a new center for theoretical physics in Summer 2017. The Center is a unit of School of Physics & Astronomy, and has a strong connection with Tsung-Dao Lee Institute (TDLI). Currently, WQC has 12 faculty members, including the Chief Scientist (Frank Wilczek), 2 full professors, 2 tenure track assistant professors, and 8 associate faculty members. The research areas of WQC are broadly planned, including theory of quantum matter, quantum optics, quantum information, and cold atom physic as well as statistical physics and quantum-related biological problems. WQC is striving to become a world class theoretical quantum physics center with top-level reputation.
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