Engineering and Technology: Computer, Physics: Quantum, Physics: Sensors
The Helen Diller Quantum center at the Technion is seeking applications for faculty appointments at all levels (Assistant/Associate/Full Professor) in experimental condensed matter or atomic, molecular and optical physics with an emphasis on quantum science and technologies including quantum computing, quantum simulations, quantum communication and quantum sensing. Our ambition is to attract top talent from all over the world in this exciting field to newly created faculty positions across various departments at the Technion. We offer a stimulating and interdisciplinary collaborative environment across our departments of science and engineering, excellent students, and affiliation and generous funding opportunities with our newly established Helen Diller Quantum Center.
The successful candidates will have demonstrated excellence in research and present a clear vision for advancing the field with the experimental platform of their expertise.
The review of applications will begin on November 1st and continue until the positions are filled. Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, description of research plan and goals, and provide names of at least five references.
Applications and recommendation letters should be sent to Meirav Sondak-Minikes at firstname.lastname@example.org or through https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo.
Inquiries should be direct to Distinguished Professor Moti Segev, at email@example.com
About Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
The Technion - Israel Institute of Technology - is the leading engineering school in Israel. It has 560 faculty members, and 13,500 undergraduate and graduate students. Its new Center in Quantum Science, Technology and Materials is currently the Technion's top priority in all exact sciences and engineering.
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