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Doctoral Fellowships in the "Vienna Doctoral Program on Complex Quantum Systems"

The “Vienna Doctoral Program on Complex Quantum Systems (CoQuS)" is a graduate program funded by the FWF, and jointly hosted and supported by the University of Vienna and the Vienna University of Technology, Austria.

The CoQuS Program announces new openings for highly qualified doctoral/graduate students in experimental and theoretical quantum physics.

Applications should be submitted no later than December 11th, 2017.

For details please see the announcement or the CoQuS website.

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Doctoral Fellowships in "The Vienna Doctoral School of Physics"

The Vienna Doctoral School in Physics, VDS Physics, offers internationally competitive doctoral training across the key research areas of the Faculty of Physics at the University of Vienna. 

In 2016 UniPhyDocs was granted by the Rectorate of the University of Vienna to unify best practice models into a common frame work for the selection, training, monitoring and mentoring of the most promising young scientist in our fields.

In the VDS Physics we strive to generate added value by bringing together bright minds from complementary fields. 

The VDS faculty unites those research group leaders who are committed to excellence in research and to fostering the growth of research personalities, also by offering paid research opportunities in this program.  

The VDS fellows are selected according to their academic excellence, scientific achievements, expected potential for future research as well as their commitment to contribute to the scientific goals and the student driven activities in the school, independent of gender, race, religion or nationality. Doctoral fellows admitted to the VDS Physics have a regular employment at the University of Vienna. The VDS Physics will also provide support for travel, networking and soft skill Trainings.

Deadline for applications: December 11, 2017

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Position for a University Assistant with doctorate, with tenure track to a position as Associate Professor at TU Graz

One position for a University Assistant with doctorate, with tenure track to a position as Associate Professor in the area of Theoretical Biophysics/ Biophysical Modelling and Simulation, is open to be filled. The position, initially restricted to six years and offering the possibility of a qualification agreement for a tenured position, is 40 hours per week and it is expected to be filled from March, 1st 2018, at the Institute of Theoretical and Computational Physics.

Required academic qualification: PhD or equivalent in Theoretical Physics.

The successful candidate should also possess the following qualifications:

Research and teaching experience in theoretical and computational physics, with emphasis on biological applications. The key research area of the institute for theoretical and computational physics are quantum mechanical many-body systems in and out of equilibrium as well as fusions plasma physics. The institute will participate in the university wide LEAD project Mechanics, Modelling, and Simulation of Aortic Dissection.

The methodical focus lies in statistical and computational physics. The applicant should fit into the methodological focus of the institute and broaden the application in the direction of classical manybody systems with biophysical application.

Excellent skills of the English language are expected as well as the willingness to learn the German language.

The position will involve the following duties:

Research in Theoretical Biophysics/Biophysical Modelling and Simulation, teaching in theoretical and computational physics, cooperation with other
institutes of Graz University of Technology. Attract external project funding. Establishment and management of a research group.

Applications with relevant documents (Curriculum vitae (including copies of certificates and documents) with exposition of the scientific activities in teaching, research and in industry, an English summary of current research interests and research plans for the immediate future) should be submitted, by email, to bewerbungen.mpug@tugraz.at and should quote the position identification number.

Application deadline: Nov, 29th, 2017

Position identification number (mandatory): 5150/17/15

Applications including a Curriculum Vitae and further documents should be addressed to the Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Geodesy,
O.Univ.-Prof.Dr. Wolfgang Ernst, Petersgasse 16, A-8010, Graz. Applications per e-mail are preferred, please send to bewerbungen.mpug@tugraz.at (please notice: applications per e-mail will be considered only if they arrive here no later than Nov, 29th 2017 , 23:59 o´clock)

Contact at the Institute: UP Dipl.-Phys.Dr.rer.nat. Wolfgang von der Linden, Tel.: +43(316)873-8170, Email: vonderlinden@tugraz.at

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