Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, as a premiere research center at National Taiwan University, has immediate openings for tenure-track faculty positions. Rank of faculty positions will match the candidate qualifications. Applicants with excellent credentials in cutting edge condensed matter research fields, such as emerging materials, and advanced spectroscopic/ microscopic techniques, in both fundamental and applied aspects will be considered. Applicants should send resume, publication list, research plans, and three letters of recommendation to:
Director, Prof. Michitoshi Hayashi
Center for Condensed Matter Sciences,
National Taiwan University
Taipei 106, TAIWAN
Center Assistant: Ms. Wei-Lin Chou
Closing date for applications is Nov. 30, 2020
About Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, National Taiwan University
The objectives of the Center for Condensed Matter Sciences (CCMS) in National Taiwan University (NTU) are to provide an environment and facility for frontier research in basic and applied areas related to condensed matter sciences, and to develop interdisciplinary curriculum in order to cultivate new generations of innovative researchers. By promoting collaborative research among different departments and colleges, the Center aims to make significant contributions towards the advancement of scientific and technological levels of this country, on a par with the most advanced laboratories in the world.
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