Faculty Position (Open Rank) in Condensed Matter Theory at NJIT
The Physics Department at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) is seeking candidates for a tenure or tenure track Faculty position with an open rank focusing on Condensed Matter and Quantum Materials Theory. Both theoretical and computational areas will be considered.
The successful candidate will develop an independent research program, will teach undergraduate and graduate materials science and physics courses, and will collaborate with other Faculty in the Department, some of whom utilize synchrotron and neutron facilities at the major national laboratories as well a major computational infrastructure. The candidate must have a strong track record of high impact publications, must have completed as least one postdoctoral position and be capable of attracting external funding.
The NJIT Physics department has six faculty members working in materials related areas, including two in synchrotron-related experiments, one in condensed matter theory, and one in topological phononics. The department has two strong graduate programs (applied physics program and interdisciplinary materials science program) with more than 70 graduate students working in areas including nanomaterials, complex oxides, and energy related materials systems.
Please submit all documents online before April 14th 2017 at https://njit.jobs (posting #0603814) with (1) a cover letter, (2) a current version of your CV with all publications, (3) research statement and research plan, (4) documentation of teaching experience and teaching statement/philosophy and (5) three letters of recommendation. Inquiries should be addressed to: Professor Andrei Sirenko, Chair, NJIT Physics Department (firstname.lastname@example.org).
To build a diverse workforce, NJIT encourages applications from individuals with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women. EEO employer.
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