Postdoctoral Scholar Position in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics
The Center for Quantum Research and Technology (CQRT) at the University of Oklahoma invites applications for one postdoctoral scholar position in Theoretical Condensed Matter physics, starting in the summer or fall of 2021. The successful candidate will work primarily in the group of Prof. Bruno Uchoa, and will interact with other members of the CQRT in the areas of Condensed Matter and Atomic, Molecular and Optical physics. Primary areas of interest include but are not limited to twisted graphene bilayers, topological phases of matter, and strongly correlated quantum systems. For more information, please visit: https://ou.edu/cqrt
The position is expected to last for two years, with a possible extension for a third year upon availability of funds. Candidates should send a CV (pdf file) containing a list of publications, a description of main research achievements and arrange for three reference letters to be sent to email@example.com. Applications received by December 31, 2020 will receive full consideration. The position will remain open until filled.
The University of Oklahoma is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
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