Nominations are invited for the 23rd annual MICHELSON POSTDOCTORAL PRIZE LECTURESHIP, to be held Fall 2019, in the Dept. of Physics at Case Western Reserve University. This prize will be awarded to a junior scholar active in any field of physics. The winner will spend one week in residence at Case and deliver 3 technical lectures and a colloquium. The lectureship carries an honorarium of $2500 plus travel expenses.
Eligibility: Nominees must have been awarded a Ph.D. between 8/1/2011 and 8/31/2018, and as of 5/3/2019 may not hold any tenured, tenure-track or equivalent position.
Requirements: One letter of nomination and two letters of support from ineligible scientists, at least one employed at an institution other than the nominee's. The letters should address the nominee's scientific accomplishments, promise, and ability to communicate effectively. Nominees should submit a CV and an outline of their talks.
Application submissions may be emailed to Ellen at email@example.com. Inquiries may be made by phone: (216) 368 4257 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for receipt of all materials is May 3, 2019.
About Case Western Reserve University
Case Western Reserve University is a private research university in Cleveland, Ohio, with 5000+ undergraduates and 6000+ graduate students. The Department of Physics has 25 full-time faculty, conducting research in a variety of areas including: cosmology, astrophysics, particle physics, condensed matter, optics, materials, biophysics and medical imaging physics.
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