The Faculty of Science at the University of Geneva, Switzerland has an opening for a position as
FULL or ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR in OXIDE INTERFACE PHYSICS
The Department of Quantum Matter Physics (DQMP) at the University of Geneva offers a highly dynamic and stimulating environment and is renowned for its research at the forefront of electronic materials.
The department is looking for a highly-qualified and strongly motivated scientist with the ambition to establish a world-class research program evolving around oxide interfaces with innovative electronic properties. The program should address both the growth of heterostrutures and the investigation of their physical properties by means of different techniques. The applicant is expected to have an interest in scientific exchange with other groups working in the field of electronic materials at the DQMP. The successful candidate will benefit from excellent starting conditions, including start-up funds and existing infrastructure and expertise for the growth and physical characterization of oxide heterostructures.
Applications should be submitted exclusively on-line at: https://jobs.unige.ch (Reference: 3839) before 15.1.2021.
Internal Number: 3839
About University of Geneva
The Department of Quantum Matter Physics at the University of Geneva is a major center for research on electronic materials in Switzerland.
The Department employs approximately 120 people organized in 12 research groups, various shared services, and an administration team.
Current interests of the research groups are described on the department website https://dqmp.unige.ch
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