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Joint Faculty and Research Scientist Position in Theoretical/Computational Quantum Condensed Matter and Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics
Location: New York, NY
Open Date: Nov 29, 2018
Deadline: Dec 15, 2018 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time
The Department of Physics at New York University, jointly with the Center for Computational Quantum Physics (CCQ) of the Simons Foundation’s Flatiron Institute, invites applications for a position in the general area of theoretical/computational quantum condensed matter and atomic molecular and optical physics. The position is a 50-50 joint appointment between New York University and CCQ, with the appointee spending half of her or his effort in each place. At NYU the opening is at the tenure track Assistant Professor level and, at CCQ, it is at the Associate Research Scientist level. The position is based at the Simons Foundation and NYU offices in New York City. It is expected that, subject to satisfactory progress in research, the Associate Research Scientist Appointment will continue for the duration of the NYU untenured faculty appointment.
A Ph.D. in physics or a closely related field is required, and candidates will typically have 1-6 years of postdoctoral research experience, although more senior candidates may be considered in exceptional circumstances. The responsibilities for this joint position include but are not limited to: establishing a leading research program with a significant computational component; teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels at NYU; contributing to the scientific activities at the Flatiron Institute by assisting with the organization of CCQ-related conferences, workshops group seminars and summer programs, and to supervise research conducted by Flatiron Research Fellows and summer interns.
The holder of this joint appointment may be eligible for consideration for promotion to a full time NYU tenured professorship according NYU's standard policies and procedures. A part time CCQ appointment might also be possible post NYU tenure.
More information about NYU Physics Department’s research programs can be found at http://physics.as.nyu.edu. The Faculty of Arts and Science at NYU is at the heart of a leading research university that spans the globe. We seek scholars of the highest caliber, who embody the diversity of the United States as well as the global society in which we live. We strongly encourage applications from women, racial and ethnic minorities, and other individuals who are under-represented in the profession, across color, creed, race, ethnic and national origin, physical ability, gender and sexual identity, or any other legally protected basis. NYU affirms the value of differing perspectives on the world as we strive to build the strongest possible university with the widest reach. To learn more about the FAS commitment to diversity, equality and inclusion, please read here. EOE/Affirmative Action/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.
Directed by Antoine Georges and co-directed by Andrew Millis, the CCQ is a leading international center for the study of quantum physics and its applications to condensed matter physics, materials science, chemistry and related fields. The development of the concepts, algorithms and code libraries needed to advance the field is fundamental to the work of the center. The CCQ is expected to grow to about 50 staff members, comprising scientists at various career stages, from recent Ph.Ds. through senior scientists, software engineers and support staff. The institute has a vigorous visitor program and interacts strongly with scientists from neighboring institutions. Additional information about CCQ is available at https://www.simonsfoundation.org/flatiron/center-for-computational-quantum-physics/.
The Simons Foundation’s Diversity Commitment:
Many of the greatest ideas and discoveries come from a diverse mix of minds, backgrounds and experiences, and we are committed to cultivating an inclusive work environment. The Simons Foundation provides equal opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, age, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic disposition, neurodiversity, disability, veteran status or any other protected category under federal, state and local law.
- A successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in physics or a related discipline. One or more years of postdoctoral research experience is desirable.
- Demonstrated abilities in establishing a leading research program in theoretical quantum condensed-matter physics, atomic, molecular, and optical physics or a related field, embracing the opportunities offered by a joint position between NYU Physics and CCQ. This research program should include a significant computational component.
- Ability to teach effectively at both the undergraduate and the graduate level.
- A record of excellence in scientific publication
Application Instructions In order to be considered for this joint appointment, candidates must submit their application in two places :
The application materials should include a letter describing current and planned research and teaching activities, a curriculum vitae, list of publications. The NYU application should include the names and contact information of three references. The candidate should also have these three references letters emailed directly to CCQ at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Because diversity is important to our institutions, the letter describing research and teaching activities, should include a brief paragraph telling us how diversity figures into the applicant’s past and present teaching, research, community engagement, and/or life experience, as well as how the applicant would bring issues of diversity to bear on the teaching and programming of NYU's Department of Physics.
Review of applications will begin on or about December 15, 2018.
Faculty Position in Quantum Condensed Matter and Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics
The Department of Physics at New York University invites applications for a faculty position in the general area of quantum condensed matter and atomic molecular and optical physics, including research that explores connections to quantum information. The position is part of an initiative for further significant growth in these areas in the Center for Quantum Phenomena in the department.
The openings are for an experimental physicist at the tenure track Assistant Professor level, but more senior candidates may also be considered under exceptional circumstances. A successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in physics or a closely related field and is expected to establish a leading research program in his/her field, as well as teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The positions can begin as early as September 1, 2019, pending administrative and budgetary approval.
Interested candidates should apply online with a letter describing current and planned research and teaching activities, a curriculum vitae, list of publications, and the names of three references. As diversity is an important part of the NYU mission, in the letter describing your research and teaching activities, we ask you to provide a brief paragraph telling us how diversity figures into your past and present teaching, research, community engagement, and/or life experience, as well as how you would bring issues of diversity to bear on the teaching and programming of NYU's Department of Physics.
Review of applications will begin on November 5, 2018. More information about department’s research programs can be found at http://physics.as.nyu.edu.
The Faculty of Arts and Science at NYU is at the heart of a leading research university that spans the globe. We seek scholars of the highest caliber, who embody the diversity of the United States as well as the global society in which we live. We strongly encourage applications from women, racial and ethnic minorities, and other individuals who are under-represented in the profession, across color, creed, race, ethnic and national origin, physical ability, gender and sexual identity, or any other legally protected basis. NYU affirms the value of differing perspectives on the world as we strive to build the strongest possible university with the widest reach. To learn more about the FAS commitment to diversity, equality and inclusion, please read here. (http://as.nyu.edu/content/nyu-as/as/administrative-resources/office/dean/diversity-initiative.html). EOE/Affirmative Action/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.
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Postdoctoral Associate on Antiferromagnetic Spintronics
Description: A postdoctoral position is available in Prof. Andrew Kent’s research group in the Center for Quantum Phenomena of the Department of Physics. The research focus is on antiferromagnetic spintronics, specifically spin-transport phenomena in thin films of antiferromagnetic insulators and at their interfaces with heavy metals, ferrimagnets and ferromagnets. The successful candidate will work within a multi-university and national lab team with expertise in thin film materials, magnetic imaging, measurement, nanofabrication and modeling. Experience with electronic transport and magnetic measurements, magnetic imaging (e.g. x-ray), thin film deposition, nanofabrication and magnetic characterization methods is desirable. Good communication, writing and interpersonal skills are essential.
Job Summary: Conduct research and perform experiments; analyze data; prepare and present reports of the results of your research and experiments; assist and supervise the work of other lab members.
Qualifications: Ph.D. in Physics, Applied Physics or Electrical Engineering, within 0-5 years of post- PhD training.
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James Arthur Postdoctoral Fellowships, The Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics (CCPP) at NYU
The Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics (CCPP) at NYU anticipates awarding a James Arthur Postdoctoral Fellowship to start in September 2018. James Arthur Fellows pursue independent research projects and work with others in the group as their interests dictate. Selection will be based on evidence of the potential to make important contributions in one or more of the following research areas: astrophysics (theoretical and observational), astroparticle physics, cosmology and particle physics. An emphasis will be on applications for individuals who can connect multiple areas of the CCPP. Submitted applications will be also considered for postdoctoral openings supported by individual faculty.
CCPP faculty members generally have broad interests. The following is a list of faculty and their current primary activity: Professors Y. Ali-Haimoud (cosmology), M. Blanton (observational astrophysics; SDSS), K. Cranmer (experimental particle physics; ATLAS), S. Dubovsky (particle theory and cosmology), G. Dvali (particle theory, black holes, cosmology), G. Farrar (particle physics, astrophysics, astroparticle physics, cosmology), G. Gabadadze (particle theory, gravity and cosmology), A. Gruzinov (theoretical astrophysics and cosmology), D. W. Hogg (cosmology, stars, exoplanets), M. Kleban (string theory and cosmology), A. MacFadyen (high energy astrophysics, numerical simulations), M. Modjaz (observational astrophysics, supernovae), M. Porrati (quantum field theory and string theory), A. Pullen (cosmology), J. Ruderman (particle theory), R. Scoccimarro (cosmology), J. Tinker (cosmology) and N. Weiner (particle and astroparticle theory, cosmology). The Center also has close ties with NYU’s Courant Institute and the Center for Data Science.
Postdocs benefit from the lively atmosphere of the Center and a vigorous visitors program. Members of CCPP have data access to the Sloan Digital Sky Survey IV, and the possibility of participating in certain projects of the Palomar Transient Factory collaboration. The Center also has close ties with NYU’s Courant Institute and Center for Data Science, as well as frequent interactions with researchers and visitors at the Simons Center for Computational Astrophysics.
Appointments are usually for three years. Exceptional candidates will be considered for longer term appointments. Those proposing to come with funding from outside fellowships will be eligible for continuation of their appointment. Your complete application must include a CV, publication list, statement of research interests, and three letters of recommendation; the names of the people who will be submitting letters of recommendation should be listed in the application. The application should be submitted via below CCPP Online Application System. If you have applied to this position through the Academic Jobs Online system, you don't need to apply here.
In addition to the James Arthur Fellowship, an additional appointment in particle theory, with an emphasis on phenomenology, may be possible, subject to funding.
CCPP strives to further NYU's mission as an institution that welcomes and embraces diversity, and encourages applications from diverse candidates.
Applications received by November 15, 2017 will receive full consideration.
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Data Science/SN postdoc position at (CCPP) at NYU
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral fellowship at New York University. The successful candidate will work with Prof. Maryam Modjaz and collaborators (including the group of Prof. David Hogg at NYU) on data science related aspects of supernovae data analysis, and will be also encouraged to pursue independent research on related topics. Applicants with previous experience in supernova science (spectroscopy & photometry) and/or in general spectroscopy and/or data science tools are particularly encouraged to apply. The supernova group is part of NYU’s Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics (CCPP). Members of the NYU SN group can participate in the Global SN project with the Las Cumbres Observatories, as well as in certain projects of the Palomar Transient Factory; in addition, they have data access to the Sloan Digital Sky Survey III and IV, enjoy collaborations with the NYU Center of Data Science (in which CCPP member Prof David Hogg is involved) and are in close proximity to the new Simons' Center for Computational Astronomy.
The appointment is for two years; renewal for a third year is subject to performance and availability of funds. The starting date will be on or before Sep 1, 2018 and requires the completion of a PhD.
Applications must be submitted via the CCPP Online Application System. Applicants should submit CV, publication list, short (2-3 pages) statement of research interests and the names of 3 letter writers, who will have to upload their letters to the CCPP system. Review of the applications will start on December 15, 2017, though the position will remain open until filled. NYU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and committed to excellence through diversity; thus, applications from members of underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged.
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NYU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.