The Department of Physics at KAIST (http://physics.kaist.ac.kr) invites applications for tenure-track faculty positions in the following areas of physics: Particle Physics, Astrophysics, and Condensed Matter Theory.
We seek candidates with significant research accomplishments and promise for outstanding future achievement at KAIST. Applicant must have Ph.D. in Physics or a closely related field, and some post-doctoral research experience is desirable. The successful applicant is expected to establish a creative, internationally recognized research program. The appointed professor will be committed to excellence in teaching undergraduate or graduate courses, and also to contribution towards other academic activities.
Applicants are required to submit the following materials (PDF file) first by email to the search committee via applyphysics at kaist.ac.kr : 1) a curriculum vitae including a publication list, 2) a list of three references (contact information), 3) PDF copies of five selected publications, and 4) a filled official application form with a statement of research interests (no more than 5 pages) and a statement of teaching plan (no more than 2 pages).
Applications completed by July 26, 2019 will be given full consideration, although the search will continue until the positions are filled. Late applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
If you have any further inquiry, please contact the Chair of Faculty Search Committee via applyphysics at kaist.ac.kr
KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) is one of most compatible institute for research in South Korea.
You can find detailed information by visiting website; https://physics.kaist.ac.kr
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