The Department of Physics, Rutgers University-Newark invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position of theoretical physics in the area of materials discovery enabled by techniques of in-silico structure prediction, to start September 2021, or as negotiated. The successful candidate will be expected to establish an independent, externally-funded, and internationally-recognized research program, contributing to the growth of our department, and to teach physics courses at the undergraduate and graduate (M.S. and Ph.D) levels. The position requires candidates with an earned doctorate in Physics or related disciplines, at least 2 years of postdoctoral experience, and a body of work that includes strong peer-reviewed journal article publications.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Earned doctorate in Physics or related disciplines, at least 2 years of postdoctoral experience, and a body of work that includes strong peer-reviewed journal article publications.
Posting Number: 19FA2437
Location: Rutgers University-Newark
Internal Number: 105206
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