City University of Hong Kong is a dynamic, fast-growing university that is pursuing excellence in research and professional education. As a publicly-funded institution, the University is committed to nurturing and developing students’ talents and creating applicable knowledge to support social and economic advancement. The University has nine Colleges/Schools. As part of its pursuit of excellence, the University aims to recruit outstanding scholars from all over the world in various disciplines, including business, creative media, data science, energy and environment, engineering, humanities and social sciences, law, science, veterinary medicine and life sciences.
Applications and nominations are invited for:
Chair Professor/Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor Department of Physics [Ref. A/383/00]
The Department of Physics at City University of Hong Kong was officially launched on July 1, 2017, which builds on the excellent tradition of the physics faculty in the former Department of Physics and Materials Science. In the 2014 Research Assessment Exercise conducted by the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, CityU’s physics ranked 2nd amongst all eight universities in Hong Kong.
The Department of Physics aspires to become a leading physics department in the Asia-Pacific region. At present, the Department’s research focuses on the following thematic areas:
• Computational Physics and Theory • Spectroscopy and imaging • Low-dimensional Materials • Soft Matter and Biophysics • Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics
For more information, please visit the departmental website, http://www.cityu.edu.hk/phy.
Applications are sought in the broad research themes outlined above, especially in experimental physics. Candidates with different levels of experience are welcome, and the appointment will be made at a rank commensurate with the qualifications and experience. Potential candidates in under-represented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. The posts are substantiation-track positions.
Duties: Teach undergraduate and postgraduate courses, and conduct cutting edge research.
Requirements: A PhD in Physics or related disciplines, with a strong research record and promising teaching ability.
Salary and Conditions of Service Remuneration package will be driven by market competitiveness and individual performance. Excellent fringe benefits include gratuity, leave, medical and dental schemes, and relocation assistance (where applicable). Initial appointment will be normally made on a fixed-term contract.
Information and Application Further information on the posts and the University is available at http://www.cityu.edu.hk, or from the Department of Physics, City University of Hong Kong, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong (email : firstname.lastname@example.org).
City University of Hong Kong is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to the principle of diversity. Personal data provided by applicants will be used for recruitment and other employment-related purposes.
Worldwide recognition ranking 52nd, and 4th among top 50 universities under age 50 (QS survey 2020); 1st in Engineering/Technology/Computer Sciences in Hong Kong (ARWU survey 2016); and 2nd Business School in Asia-Pacific region (UT Dallas survey 2017).
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