The Department of Energy's Institute for Nuclear Theory, on the University of Washington campus, invites applications for one "INT Fellow" position starting November 2019. "INT Fellow" carries the rank of Research Assistant Professor within the Physics Department, with which the INT is affiliated. University of Washington faculty engage in teaching, research and service. This is a full-time, 12-month position and is not tenure eligible. Opportunities are available for teaching and graduate student supervision. The INT's local research interests include QCD, lattice gauge theory, quantum computing, many-body theory, nuclear astrophysics, effective field theory, weak interactions and symmetries, relativistic heavy ion physics, high energy nuclear physics, and nuclear structure. The Institute hosts approximately 450 visiting scientists each year, representing all areas of nuclear physics as well as its intersections with neighboring subfields.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. (or equivalent degree) and a strong record of published research in high energy nuclear theory and the theory of superdense matter.
Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of future research interests, and three letters of reference. Applications received by May 3, 2019, will receive full consideration. Inquiries should be directed to Prof. Larry McLerran: email@example.com.
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