Joint tenure-track professorship in computational physics: light/matter interactions or non-equilibrium quantum dynamics (UniFR/PSI/MARVEL)

This was published on December 7, 2021

The Faculty of Science and Medicine of the University of Fribourg and the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) jointly invite applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Computational Physics in the Department of Physics, and in the Scientific Computing, Theory and Data Division of the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI). The selected candidate must have an outstanding record of successful independent research in the field of light/matter interactions or non-equilibrium quantum dynamics. She/he is expected to build synergies with the Department of Physics in Fribourg and with the Paul Scherer Institute (PSI) and its various large-scale research facilities, in particular the Swiss Free Electron Laser. The candidate is expected to develop a vigorous, internationally recognized research program that is supported by a significant amount of external funding, and to lead the research activities of a group of graduate students/postgraduate researchers.

The future appointee is expected to participate in the teaching of theoretical physics courses in Fribourg (50% teaching load). The candidate should be able to teach in English as well as, at the Bachelor level, in one or both of the two official languages of the University, French or German (after an appropriate learning period, if necessary).

The University of Fribourg and PSI are equal opportunity employers and strive towards gender balance and diversity at all levels.

Having signed the DORA declaration, the University of Fribourg emphasizes qualitative assessment of academic achievement. 


Deadline: January 15, 2022.


More details: 

https://www.unifr.ch/scimed/en/assets/public/scimed/faculty/positions/Position_Light-Matter-Interations_%20UniFR-PSI.pdf



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