Technion - Israel Institute of Technology is responsible for the academic management of this new university established in Shantou City, Guangdong Province, China http://www.gtiit.edu.cn/en. Guangdong Technion will follow the academic model of the campus in Haifa, Israel, dedicated to science and technology research and education. The language of instruction is English.
Tenure-track faculty position for exceptional candidates is now available in field of Physics/Astrophysics.
Guangdong Technion will offer generous start-up packages, fully-equipped research laboratories, modern infrastructure, and qualified research personnel. Successful candidates will be offered generous compensation, convenient housing and family care facilities in the beautiful and newly constructed campus.
Established research leaders in their fields will be provided with exceptional packages.
For more information on Physics/Astrophysics please contact Prof. Noam Soker - firstname.lastname@example.org / Ms. Jenny Leibovich - email@example.com
Please send CV, list of publications, a brief research plan and teaching statements to the Search Committee at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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