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  • IN SEARCH OF JOB OPPORTUNITY 
    S. A. Sergeev, PhD in math
    https://www.researchgate.net/profile/S_Sergeev2
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/serge-sergeev-3762a7126/
    He currently works in the Russian Academy of Science and does research in the field of semiclassical analysis and asymptotic for the linear theory of wave propagation (for example water waves or waves in crystals). Recently he added to his research some problems about asymptotic eigenfunctions of the Laplace operator for large eigenvalues.
    He is also an associate professor in Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology where he developed program for students of 2-nd and 3-rd grades about numerical analysis and computational Mathematics. Also he has read courses about complex-variable functions and calculus.
  • For various other job postings visit academickeys.com and https://facultyvacancies.com/
  • Postdoctoral Postions at JNCASR, Bangalore, India Applications are invited for postdoctoral positions in the group of S. Sastry at JNCASR. Ongoing research in the group focusses on yielding and memory formation in amorphous solids, glassy dynamics, jamming, self assembly, nucleation and related themes. http://www.jncasr.ac.in/sastry. Suitable candidates should have interests broadly in statistical mechanics and soft condensed matter physics, with experience in computational investigations in these fields. Applications including a CV, list of publications, research interests should be sent by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  • Postdoc positions 3D experiments on the collective behaviour of biological systems, at the Institute for Complex Systems of the CNR in Rome, Italy. We are looking for postdoctoral fellows interested in performing experimental research at the interface between physics and biology. The aim of our group is to study the collective phenomena of life through a close interplay between experimental data on biological groups in their natural environment and statistical physics methods. The candidates will conduct experimental data-taking campaigns in the field, on bird flocks and insect swarms. A strong emphasis will be put on the comparison between theory and experiments. The postdocs will join the COBBS Group in Rome (Collective Behaviour in Biological Systems), and work under the supervision of A. Cavagna and S. Melillo. The duration of the positions is two years, potentially extendable. The positions will be funded by the  ERC Advanced Grant RG.BIO to Andrea Cavagna. www.cobbs.it and erc-rgbio.eu. Applications should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a cv and the contact details of senior scientists who can provide recommendation letters (only upon our request).  Although there is no sharp deadline for these positions, earlier applications will be given higher priority.
  • Postdoc at Physics Dept., with D. Sivak,  Simon Fraser U, Vancouver, CanadaPostdoc in stochastic thermodynamics of molecular machines, developing theory and numerical simulation for the design, analysis, and interpretation of experiments probing the fundamentals of effective molecular-scale energy transduction, both in model biophysical systems and molecular machines. Within this broad research thrust there is ample freedom to pursue particular areas of personal scientific interest. Initial 1 year appointment; renewable with mutual agreement. Start date is flexible.http://davidsivak.com/postdocad.html
  • Department of Physics, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong is hiring an Assistant Professor .
    Job ad on Department of Physics:https://physics.hkbu.edu.hk/job-vacancies
    Job ad on Human Resources Office: https://hro.hkbu.edu.hk/index.php?page_id=6&job_id=6957&f=job_details
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  • University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)Faculty Position in experimental condensed matter or experimental quantum information physics The University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) Department of Physics invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position with a research focus in experimental condensed matter or experimental quantum information physics, to begin in or before August 2023. All research programs within these two fields will be given equal consideration, however complementing existing expertise in the department is desirable. Candidates are expected to contribute to the diversity and excellence of the department through research, teaching, and service. We seek candidates who have the capacity to establish a vigorous, externally funded research program and who are able to teach effectively across both the undergraduate and graduate physics curricula. A PhD in Physics or in a closely related field is required. UMBC is a dynamic public research university (R1) integrating teaching, research and service. It is located in the Baltimore suburbs, 15 minutes from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and 30minutes from Washington D.C., in an area with a high concentration of federal and private research laboratories and research universities. The Department of Physics currently consists of21 tenure-track and 6 research faculty, 3 full-time lecturers, 54 PhD students and 120undergraduate majors. The department offers a BS and BA in Physics, and PhD degrees in Physics and in Atmospheric Physics. Research expenditures currently exceed $6M per year. For more information, see http://physics.umbc.edu.UMBC and the Department of Physics are dedicated to creating an inclusive, collegial environment where all faculty members can achieve excellence. Thus, candidates from diverse backgrounds, including women and under-represented minorities, are particularly encouraged to apply. Interest and experience in working with a diverse student and faculty population is valued. The Department of Physics has an active Graduate Women in Physics group and an Undergraduate Women and Gender Minorities in Physics group, and has ties with the nationally acclaimed Meyerhoff Scholars Program. Information on faculty diversity initiatives and faculty groups is available at http://facultydiversity.umbc.edu, and information on the resources provided to help balance work and personal priorities are available at http://hr.umbc.edu/work-life-balance/. UMBC is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Interested candidates should upload an application letter, a CV, detailed research and teaching plans, a statement of commitment to inclusive excellence in higher education, and the names and addresses of at least three references on the Interfolio website athttp://apply.interfolio.com/110682. The inclusive excellence statement should include an explanation of the candidate’s commitment and demonstrated or potential ability to contribute to diversity, inclusion, and equity in teaching, mentoring, recruiting, and departmental climate. Applications will be received until a suitable candidate is identified. Applications submitted by November 15, 2022 will receive full consideration.