Applicants are invited for a postdoctoral position in theoretical and computational atomic, molecular, and optical physics or chemical physics. The candidate should have strong background in high performance computing. The successful candidate will conduct research in one or more of the following forefront areas: atomic and molecular multiphoton processes in intense laser fields, attosecond science, time-dependent density functional theory, coherent control, quantum computing, machine learning, artificial intelligence, etc. Applications including a c.v., list of publications, and at least three recommendation letters should be sent to: Center for Quantum Science and Engineering, Department of Physics, National Taiwan University, E-mail: email@example.com
About National Taiwan University, Department of Physics
The NTU Physics Department is among the most well-established department in the country. We strive to help cultivate the national growth in the physical sciences and we hope that more young people will join us in this effort. The aim of the department is to gain a more thorough understanding of nature and find technological applications from such effort.
At the present, Taiwan is undergoing further transitions into a technology based society. We need to develop our basic physics research to enhance technological research and development. In particular, since nanotechnology is and will be a major part of scientific and technological developments internationally, a strong physics program in Taiwan is vital to our nanotechnological effort.
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