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TU Graz - Universitätsassistent/Universitätsassistentin ohne Doktorat

Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Geodesy

A PhD position for four years (Universitätsassistent/Universitätsassistentin ohne Doktorat) starting around December 1st, 2022 is open at the Institute of Theoretical and Computational Physics

Terms of Admission:
Candidates must have obtained a degree equivalent to a University master in physics or similar.

Desired Qualification:
Experience in the field of strongly correlated quantum many-body systems out of equilibrium. Programming experience (preferably C++, Python). Knowledge in the field of Green’s functions out of equilibrium and/or open quantum systems would be an advantage.

The candidate is expected to achieve a Phd degree during the  employment. The position is associated with teaching duties within the field of technical physics.

Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply.


Closing date of applications: Wed, September 28, 2022

Applications together with a curriculum vitae as well as names and email-addresses of potential referees should be sent preferably per email only to the dean of the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics
and Geodesy:

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Jussi Behrndt,
Petersgasse 16, A-8010, Graz
Required per email to bewerbungen.mpug@tugraz.at

Subject (mandatory):
PhD Position at ITPCP, identification number: 5150/22/015
“Mrs/Mr First name (middle) LAST NAME”

Please notice:
Applications will be considered only if they arrive no later than 11:59 PM CEST on the closing
date).

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Universität Jena - Professor (W3 or W2 with Tenure Track to W3) in Optical System Design and Simulation

The faculty of Physics and Astronomy at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena invites applications for the position of Professor (W3 or W2 with Tenure Track to W3) in

Optical System Design and Simulation

to be filled in 2023.

The successful candidate (m/f/d) should have a scientific focus on design and simulation of optical systems, covering conceptual layout, design, optimization, physical simulation as well as tolerancing. This includes excellent research work in one or several of the following areas: modern optical components, aberration theory, digital imaging and metrology of systems, imaging and illumination applications and physical simulation of the various effects in real optical systems. One of the most important goals in this research area is the development and investigation of novel methods and algorithms in optical design in the field of optical instrumentation. Thereby, a holistic approach and conceptual system thinking considering classical and modern approaches as well as technological aspects of realization are expected.

A strong application related approach in close cooperation with the other research groups of the University and thematically related institutes and companies within an existing and growing network is expected. Active contributions to the university‘s profile line Light are
desired. Involvement in academic self-administration is expected. Teaching should cover especially the design of optical systems within the curricula in physics and in particular photonics, whereby the courses are to be held in English and German.

Prerequisites for the employment are a relevant university degree, pedagogic skills, a pertinent dissertation and a habilitation or equivalent achievements in the subject area. Experience in the acquisition of research funds, project acquisition and in the implementation of third-party funded projects as well as leadership skills are highly appreciated. In case this is the first professorial position of the candidate, the appointment is intended to be initially on the W2 level and limited to six years. In this case, the transition to a W3 professorship without renewed announcement is envisaged based on a positive tenure evaluation, at the latest after six years.

The Friedrich Schiller University wants to promote women in science and education and is particularly looking forward to receive applications from female researchers. Applications of handicapped people will be given preference in the selection among equivalently qualified competitors.

Applications in German or English with the usual documents such as curriculum vitae, copies of certificates and diplomas, list of publications and lectures, list of courses, teaching evaluation, list of third-party funds acquired, research and teaching concept should be sent electronically via the appointment portal of the University of Jena at
www.berufungsportal.uni-jena.de no later than 15.10.2022 to:

Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena,
Faculty of Physics and Astronomy
Dean
Max-Wien-Platz 1
07743 Jena, Germany
email: dekanat-paf@uni-jena.de


For further information for applicants, please also refer to https://www.uni-jena.de/stellenmarkt (in German) Please also note the information on the collection of personal data at https://www.uni-jena.de/en/job-market#dataprotection

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Uni Wien - 14 fully funded PhD fellowships

Are you eager to

  • Work in a unique research environment, in teams of renowned physicists?
  • Tackle challenges at the forefront of physics?
  • Benefit from a broad international network?
  • Hone your transferrable professional skills?
  • Enjoy the City of Vienna, famous for leading the Quality of Living Ranks?

 

The Vienna Doctoral School in Physics (VDSP) at the University of Vienna is a vibrant community 

  • Of more than 140 capable, creative and critical young researcher personalities,
  • Embedded in more than 50 scientific teams,
  • With innovative experimental, theoretical and computational capabilities.

 

We are offering 14 PhD positions in a large diversity of research fields.

For detailed information about projects and procedures, please see: 

vds-physics.univie.ac.at and https://vds-physics.univie.ac.at/open-calls/

Online applications are accepted until 05 September 2022 19. September 2022.

We look forward to receiving your application!

 

Kind regards,

The VDSP Faculty

 

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