Positions in theoretical physics and biophysics

18th November 2017 : PhDs in Soft Matter simulations at Bristol

Dear colleagues,
we currently have two PhD positions in Soft Matter theory and simulation
available at the School of Mathematics, the University of Bristol (UK).
The students will work under the supervision of Dr. John Russo on
understanding the thermodynamic and dynamic properties of materials with
tetrahedral interactions, such as water, silicon, and carbon. The
positions are funded through an ERC Starting Grant. Within the Institute
of Applied Mathematics, additional PhD positions are available to work
on related Soft Materials  topics under the supervision of Profs. Tannie
Liverpool, Andy Hogg and Jonathan Robbins and Drs. Diki Porter, Isaac
Chenchiah and Valeriy Slastikov so we encourage interested students to
express their interest too.

Applicants should have a good background in Physics, Chemistry, Applied
Mathematics or related subjects, and some experience in computer
programming is welcome, and are expected to start their PhD early in 2018.

The school of Mathematics offers a stimulating working environment,
alongside a structured supporting program.

Applications should be sent to:

john.russo@bristol.ac.uk

Thanks,
John

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Dr. John Russo
Lecturer in Applied Mathematics and Royal Society University Research Fellow
School of Mathematics, University of Bristol
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18th November 2017 : Postdoc, Theory and Simulation, University of Pittsburgh

Dear All:
Please find below an advertisement for a postdoctoral position at the
University of Pittsburgh:
____________________________________________________________________________
Looking for a postdoctoral researcher with a background in theory and
simulation to carry out analytical and computational studies on the
behavior of complex fluids and polymeric materials. In particular, the
focus of the research group encompasses modeling the following
phenomena: flow of multi-phase fluids in confined geometries,
bio-inspired materials, self-propelled soft materials, chemo-mechanical
behavior of polymeric gels and nanocomposites, mechano-mutable
materials, structurally tailored gels, programmable materials, active
and adaptive materials, interactions between simple cellular objects,
and self-healing materials. The candidate must have a background in
theory and simulation, and knowledge of either statistical mechanics,
fluid dynamics, mechanics of solids or polymer physics is highly
desirable.  Position is available immediately. Please send resume to
Prof. Anna C. Balazs, Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Department, 313
Schenley Place, 4420 Bayard Street, University of Pittsburgh,
Pittsburgh, PA 15213. Prefer to receive information by e-mail. E-mail
address is: _balazs@pitt.edu_
____________________________________________________________________________
Best regards,
Dr. Anna Balazs
Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering
John Swanson Chair in Engineering
Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, 15213
E-mail: _balazs@pitt.edu_
Phone: 412-648-9250
Fax:    412-624-9639


18th November 2017 : Junior Faculty Positions at UCSB

> Dear Colleague,
>
> I am writing to bring to your attention two  Junior Faculty searches
> at UCSB. These searches are unusual, as they target interdisciplinary
> fields of interest (Quantitative Systems Biology in one case and
> Neuroscience in the other) without specifying the department within
> the Division of Mathematical, Life and Physical Sciences.  The
> appointments will be made in the department best suited for the
> qualifications of the successful candidates. I would be grateful if
> you could bring these opportunities to the attention of all
> potentially interested parties.
>
> Advertisements for the open positions are enclosed and copied below.
>
> With best regards
>
> Boris Shraiman
>
> _________________________________________________
> Susan F. Gurley Professor of Theoretical Physics and Biology
> Permanent Member, Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics
> Kohn Hall, rm 2317
> University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106
> t. 805-893-2835
>
> ________________________________________
>
>
> *Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Position in Quantitative Systems
> Biology**
> *
>
> **
>
> The University of California Santa Barbara invites applications for a
> tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level. This
> position is a part of a multi-year, multi-departmental initiative to
> establish an interdisciplinary program in the area of Quantitative
> Systems Biology, emphasizing quantitative experimentation and
> theoretical analysis in the study of living systems. Subjects of
> interest include, but are not limited to: quantitative studies of
> development, microbial biology and ecological and evolutionary
> dynamics, genomics and population genetics. While faculty may be
> associated with more than one department, the primary appointment
> would be in the academic unit most closely corresponding to the
> candidate’s research focus and teaching qualifications. Preference
> will be given to candidates with broad scientific interests, a record
> of research excellence and creativity and a strong commitment to
> undergraduate and graduate teaching. Interdisciplinary educational
> background combining biology with physical and mathematical sciences
> and/or a strong record of active interdisciplinary collaboration will
> also be valued. Candidates must possess a Ph.D. in an applicable field
> of study by the time of application. Appointment may start as early as
> July 1, 2018.
>
> Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement
> of research, statement of teaching interests, and arrange for three
> letters of recommendation to be submitted on their behalf. Materials
> should be submitted electronically via
> *https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/apply/JPF01124*. Applications received on
> or before Dec 1, 2017 will be given full consideration. Applications
> will be accepted until the position is filled.
>
> The University is especially interested in candidates who can
> contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community
> through research, teaching and service as appropriate to the position.
>
> /The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
> Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration
> for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual
> orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status,
> protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law./
>
> /
> /
>
> *Three Faculty Positions in Neuroscience at UCSB*
>
>
> https://jobs.sciencecareers.org/job/462185/three-faculty-positions-in-neuroscience-/
> **
> The University of California Santa Barbara is hiring three junior
> faculty in various areas of neuroscience.
> One position will be within the Division of Mathematical, Life and
> Physical Sciences; the host department will be determined based on the
> applicant's research area (see website: **
> *http://www.science.ucsb.edu/programs*
> for the 9 MLPS departments). We also anticipate two positions in the
> department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. This represents the
> fourth year of expansion at UCSB in neuroscience. We continue to seek
> new faculty members committed to multidisciplinary, collaborative
> research that is visionary and will transform neuroscience.
> Applications will be accepted after *September 22, 2017*. See website:
> **
> *https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/apply*
> for details. Questions can be emailed to **
> *queenan@brain.ucsb.edu*.

See Attachement : UCSB Neuro Hires 2017-1.pdf

See Attachement : QBio 2017-18 Recruitment Ad.pdf


16th November 2017 : Fwd: poste MCF à Tours




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> Un poste de Maître de conférences en 29ème Section

>

> (avec possibilité d'interface avec la 25ème Section) est
à pourvoir en 2018

>

> au Laboratoire de Mathématiques et Physique Théorique de
Tours (LMPT).

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> Le profil de ce poste est indiqué sur:

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> http://www.lmpt.univ-tours.fr/offres

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> Nous vous remercions de diffuser largement ce message.

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> Bien cordialement,

>

> Michael Volkov



15th November 2017 : poste MCF à Tours

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From: Michael Volkov
Subject: poste MCF à Tours

Chers Collègues,

Un poste de Maître de conférences en 29ème Section 

(avec possibilité d'interface avec la 25ème Section) est à pourvoir en 2018

au Laboratoire de Mathématiques et Physique Théorique de Tours (LMPT). 

Le profil de ce poste est indiqué sur:

http://www.lmpt.univ-tours.fr/offres

Nous vous remercions de diffuser largement ce message.

Bien cordialement,

Michael Volkov

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LMPT CNRS - UMR 7350, Université de Tours,
Parc de Grandmont, 37200 Tours,
FRANCE
Phone: +33-02-47-36-69-40
Fax: +33-02-47-36-69-56
Email: volkov@lmpt.univ-tours.fr
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15th November 2017 : PhD position available on TeraHertz quantum simulation of displacement current




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Subject: PhD position available on TeraHertz quantum simulation
of displacement current
Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2017 11:45:07 +0000
From: Xavier Oriols Pladevall <Xavier.Oriols@uab.cat>
To: Xavier Oriols Pladevall <Xavier.Oriols@uab.cat>


Dear colleagues,

 

Please forward this message to potential
candidates interested in a PhD position (sorry for multiple
emails).

 

Thank you in advance,

 

All the best,

 

Xavier Oriols

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Subject: TeraHertz
quantum simulation of displacement current

We are seeking
candidates for a PhD position between physics and
computational electronics. The PhD student will work on the
simulation of displacement current in many-body quantum
systems through the use of Monte Carlo quantum (Bohmian)
trajectories. The results of the simulation will be used to
design novel TeraHertz electronic devices.

 

The most relevant
details of the grant are the following:

1.- The PhD position
will be funded by the EC’s Horizon 2020 Marie
Skłodowska-Curie: “Doctoral Training Network in
Terahertz Technologies for Imaging, Radar and
Communications Applications”

2.- The PhD grant will
start as soon as possible after
January 1st , 2018.

3.- The PhD is granted
for  36 months and the language is
English.

4.- The PhD will receive
a gross salary of  ≈
2.500-3.000 € / month (depending on family
situation).

5.- The candidate
must be in the first four years
of their
research careers and  without a doctoral degree.

6.- The candidate
must NOT have resided in Spain
for more than
12 months in the 3 years  prior to their recruitment.

Those interested
please send a detailed CV as soon as possible to Xavier
Oriols by  E.mail
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See Attachement : PhD_offer.pdf


13th November 2017 : Institut Convergence / biophysique ou math-info / Marseille

Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2017 13:48:04 +0100
From: Alain Barrat

http://centuri-livingsystems.org/

C'est financé par l'idex et l'ANR, qui regroupe pas mal de labos avec
l'idée que les projets sont interdisciplinaires entre bio+physique ou
maths ou info. Il va y avoir bientôt un appel d'offres postdoc, et il y
aura au printemps un appel d'offres "PI" (un peu comme une chaire), et des
bourses de thèse pour la prochaine rentrée. Des formations
interdisciplinaires au niveau master sont aussi en train d'être mises en
place.

--
Alain BARRAT
Alain.Barrat@cpt.univ-mrs.fr  
Centre de Physique Theorique,
Campus de Luminy, Marseille, France
http://www.cpt.univ-mrs.fr/~barrat/


13th November 2017 : Condensed Matter Theory postdoctoral & PhD position in Grenoble, France




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Subject: Condensed Matter Theory postdoctoral & PhD position
in Grenoble, France
Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2017 17:26:22 +0100
From: Julia Meyer <julia.meyer@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr>
To: HOUZET Manuel 163546 <manuel.houzet@cea.fr>

Dear Colleague:

I would like to inform you about the opening of both a
postdoctoral position and a PhD position in Condensed Matter
Theory in Grenoble, France. I would be very grateful if you
could bring the announcement below (see also the attached
poster) to the attention of qualified candidates.

___________________________________________________________

Postdoctoral position in condensed matter theory - Grenoble,
France

Applications for a postdoctoral opening in condensed matter
theory are requested. Preference will be given to candidates
with expertise in the quantum aspects of condensed matter
physics and research interests in the general area of
superconductivity, mesoscopic physics, electron correlations,
and disordered systems. The position is for two years. It is
funded through an ANR project on the electrodynamics of
disordered superconductors.

Grenoble offers a great research environment with a number of
strong theoretical and experimental groups. The postdoctoral
work will be guided by Manuel Houzet ( href="http://inac.cea.fr/Pisp/manuel.houzet/"
moz-do-not-send="true">http://inac.cea.fr/Pisp/manuel.houzet/)
and Julia Meyer ( moz-do-not-send="true">http://inac.cea.fr/Pisp/julia.meyer/)
at INAC/PHELIQS, Université Grenoble Alpes and CEA Grenoble.
Collaborations with experimentalists and other theorists are
expected and will be encouraged.

Applicants should send a CV including a publication list and a
brief summary of research interests by email to href="mailto:julia.meyer@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr"
moz-do-not-send="true">julia.meyer@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr.
Selected preprints or reprints may also be included. Electronic
submission in a single pdf file is strongly preferred. In
addition, each applicant should arrange for two letters of
recommendation to be sent.

For full consideration please apply before January 15, 2018 –
though later applications are possible until the position is
filled.

___________________________________________________________

PhD position on "Quantum transport in voltage-biased
topological Josephson junctions"

Applications for a PhD position in condensed matter theory are
requested. The PhD work will be guided by Manuel Houzet ( href="http://inac.cea.fr/Pisp/manuel.houzet/"
moz-do-not-send="true">http://inac.cea.fr/Pisp/manuel.houzet/)
and Julia Meyer ( moz-do-not-send="true">http://inac.cea.fr/Pisp/julia.meyer/)
at INAC/PHELIQS, Université Grenoble Alpes and CEA Grenoble. It
is funded through a joint ANR-NSF program on the transport
properties of superconducting hybrid structures.

Topological phases of matter have attracted much interest in
recent years. Topological superconductors are of particular
interest because they may host Majorana bound states. Josephson
junctions have been proposed as probes of topological
superconductivity, and possible signatures of such Majorana
bound states in topological Josephson junctions have indeed been
observed. However, important aspects related to the effect of
the environment on the properties of the junction are still not
fully understood. The aim of the PhD work is to make progress in
the understanding of quantum transport in voltage-biased
topological Josephson junctions in the presence of an
electromagnetic environment. More information can be found here:
href="http://inac.cea.fr/Pisp/julia.meyer/Sujet2018-Majorana.pdf"
moz-do-not-send="true">http://inac.cea.fr/Pisp/julia.meyer/Sujet2018-Majorana.pdf

Interested candidates should have a good basis in quantum
mechanics, statistical physics, and condensed matter physics.
Applicants should send a cover letter, a CV, as well as Master's
and Bachelor's transcripts by email to href="mailto:julia.meyer@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr"
moz-do-not-send="true">julia.meyer@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr.
Electronic submission in a single pdf file is strongly
preferred. In addition, each applicant should arrange for two
letters of recommendation to be sent.

The search will be continued until the position is filled.

___________________________________________________________

Thanks a lot and best regards,

Julia

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See Attachement : CMT Openings Grenoble.pdf


10th November 2017 : Postdoc au CEA / Lemarchand

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Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2017 19:27:27 +0100
From: LEMARCHAND Claire
Subject: Re: Offre de postdoc au CEA

Bonjour,

Merci de trouver ci-joint une offre de postdoc au CEA.

Le sujet de ce postdoctorat est une etude par dynamique moleculaire de polymeres
a l'equilibre et sous choc. Dans un premier temps, la reponse du polymere pur fondu au choc sera etudiee. Dans un second temps, la reponse d'un systeme contenant une interface entre un polymere
et un cristal moleculaire sera examinee. Pour ces etudes, le candidat pourra utiliser le code developpe par le CEA et capable de generer des systemes contenant de longues chaines polymeres ainsi
que de simuler un choc dans un tel systeme.

Ce postdoc est finance par le Plan d'Investissement d'Avenir SMICE (Simulation de Materiaux pour L'Industrie par le Calcul Exaflop) pour une duree d'un an, renouvelable une fois pour un an.

Pourriez-vous faire circuler ces deux offres dans vos laboratoires et les transmettre a des candidats potentiels ?

Les candidat(e)s interesse(e)s peuvent contacter Nicolas Pineau (nicolas.pineau@cea.fr) et Claire Lemarchand (claire.lemarchand@cea.fr).

Merci par avance pour votre aide.

Bien cordialement,

Claire Lemarchand et Nicolas Pineau

See Attachement : profilPostdocCEA_polymere.pdf


7th November 2017 : Tenure-track position in Biophysics at University of Alberta

> Assistant Professor in Biophysics
>
>
> SCI Physics Admin
>
> Competition No.  - *A107833883*
> Closing Date  - *Nov 15, 2017*
>
>
>
> The Department of Physics, University of Alberta
> (www.physics.ualberta.ca ) invites
> applications for a tenure-track faculty position in either
> experimental or theoretical biophysics. We primarily seek candidates
> at the Assistant Professor level, but exceptional candidates at a more
> senior level may be considered. Applicants must possess a Ph.D. in
> physics, biophysics, or an appropriately related field and have an
> excellent research record. The successful candidate will be expected
> to develop and maintain an internationally recognized independent
> research program. As a faculty member in the Department of Physics,
> the successful applicant is expected to obtain external funding,
> participate in departmental activities, mentor graduate students, and
> contribute to our educational responsibilities by effectively teaching
> undergraduate and graduate courses.
> The Department of Physics has 48 faculty with research interests in
> condensed matter physics, astrophysics, space physics, geophysics,
> particle physics and biophysics. Access to a wide range of
> infrastructure for biophysical research is available on campus, from
> laser spectroscopy labs and microscopy facilities to structural and
> chemical characterization labs, nano-fabrication facilities, molecular
> biology services, clusters for high-performance computation, and the
> Peter S. Allen Magnetic Resonance Centre. An extensive medical
> research and hospital complex at the University of Alberta offers many
> opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration, as does the
> Nanotechnology Initiative with the National Research Council.
> Initiatives by the Governments of Alberta and Canada provide
> exceptional opportunities for additional funding to establish new
> research programs at the University of Alberta. For example, several
> of our professors hold Alberta Innovates Technology Futures (AITF) Chairs.
> To apply, please:
> 1) Click APPLY ONLINE
> to
> submit a CV, a list of publications, a statement of research
> interests, and a summary of teaching interests (submit as one document).
> 2) Arrange for at least 3 referees to email confidential reference
> letters directly to: Suzette Chan > >, referencing Subject: Biophysics
> Competition #A107833883.
> The referees should address their letters to:
> The Selection Committee
> Department of Physics
> University of Alberta
> Edmonton AB
> Canada, T6G 2E1
> To assist the University in complying with mandatory reporting
> requirements of the /Immigration and Refugee Protection Act/ (R203(3)
> (e)), please include the first digit of your Canadian Social Insurance
> Number in your application. If you do not have a Canadian Social
> Insurance Number, please indicate this in your application.
> Applicant evaluation will begin on November 15, 2017. The anticipated
> start date is July 1, 2018.
>
>
> How to Apply
>
> *Apply Online*
>
> *Note:* Online applications are accepted until midnight Mountain
> Standard Time of the closing date.
> All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians
> and permanent residents will be given priority. If suitable Canadian
> citizens or permanent residents cannot be found, other individuals
> will be considered.
> The University of Alberta is committed to an equitable, diverse, and
> inclusive workforce. We welcome applications from all qualified
> persons. We encourage women; First Nations, Métis and Inuit persons;
> members of visible minority groups; persons with disabilities; persons
> of any sexual orientation or gender identity and expression; and all
> those who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas and
> the University to apply.


7th November 2017 : Assistant Professorship in Biophysics, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada CRC Tier II

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Tier II Canada Research Chair in Molecular Biophysics in Human Health

Concordia University seeks to appoint a Tier 2 Canada Research Chair
(CRC), a research intensive faculty position, in Molecular Biophysics in
Human Health. The selected candidate will receive a joint tenure-track
faculty appointment as a full-member of both the Department of Physics
and the Department of Biology in the Faculty of Arts and Science. The
ideal candidate will have experience with multidisciplinary research
involving biophysics and health science, an outstanding publication
record and experience in areas including, but not limited to biophysics,
biology, and physics.

Concordia University is a vibrant research and teaching environment,
with state-of-the-art research facilities. Concordia is located in
Montreal, Canada, which is a diverse and culturally rich city, offering
a high quality of life in North America. The Department of Physics has
strengths in human health bio-imaging, and in plant molecular
biophysics. The Department of Biology has substantial research strengths
in genomics, synthetic biology, bioinformatics and cell & molecular
biology, all of which contribute to human health research.

Qualified candidates will have a PhD in Biophysics, Biology, Physics or
an equivalent field, and relevant postdoctoral experience. The selected
candidate will be expected to develop a strong independent research
program, secure significant external funding and establish
collaborations with Concordia research centers such as the PERFORM
Centre, which is a multidisciplinary health research center interested
in further developing its biophysics research, the CMCI Centre for
Microscopy and Cellular Imaging, CERMM Centre for Research in Molecular
Modeling, or CASB Center for Applied Synthetic Biology. They are
expected to position Concordia to be an emerging leader in biophysics
and its application to critical issues in health, physics, and biology.
The candidate will be expected to teach in both the Departments of
Biology and Physics.

*About the Canada Research Chair Program*

The Canada Research Chairs Program  is
a national strategy that invests approximately $265 million per year to
attract and retain the world’s most accomplished and promising minds.
The goal of the CRC program is to ensure that Canadian universities
"achieve the highest levels of research excellence to become world-class
research centres in the global, knowledge-based economy.” CRC positions
at Concordia offer an attractive salary, an annual operating research
fund, reduced teaching loads, and the opportunity to apply for research
infrastructure through the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) John
R. Evans Leaders Fund (JELF). Tier 2 CRCs are awarded for five years and
may be renewed. The successful candidate will be nominated to the Canada
Research Chairs Program

Candidates eligible for Tier 2 chair positions must be exceptional
emerging scholars within 10 years of their highest degree at the time of
nomination. Applicants who are more than 10 years from having earned
their highest degree (and where career breaks exist, such as maternity,
parental or extended sick leave, clinical training, etc.) may have their
eligibility for a Tier 2 chair assessed through the program’s Tier 2
justification process
.
Please consult the Canada Research Chairs website
 for
full program information, including further details on eligibility criteria.

*Application and Appointment Process*

Subject to budgetary approval, we anticipate filling this position at
the rank of Assistant Professor; however, appointments at the rank of
Associate Professor may be considered based on previous experience. The
expected start date for this position is August 1st 2018, and all
applications should be received by November 15th 2017 for full
consideration. Review of applications will continue until the position
is filled. The selected candidate will be required to work with the
Departments and the Faculty to prepare the formal CRC nomination
according to the CRC program guidelines. The University will submit the
nomination to the CRC Secretariat at the earliest opportunity.
Applications must consist of a cover letter, a current curriculum vitae,
copies of three (3) representative publications, a five page outline of
their proposed research program, a statement of previous
multidisciplinary research accomplishments, as well as a statement of
teaching philosophy/interests and evidence of teaching effectiveness (if
available). Candidates must also arrange to have three (3) letters of
reference submitted directly online by their Referees. Applications and
letters of reference must be submitted electronically via the site
AcademicJobsOnline.org ,
at the url:https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/9527

All inquiries about the position should be directed to Dr. Alexandre
Champagne  (Dept. of Physics, Chair)
or/and Dr. Alisa Piekny  (Dept. of
Biology, Assoc. Professor). For additional information, please visit our
web pages:

Department of Biology
Department of Physics
PERFORM Centre


6th November 2017 : PhD – machine learning and soft matter – Cambridge

Dear Colleagues,

My group based in the Department of Physics, University of Cambridge is
currently inviting application for a fully-funded PhD studentship in
machine learning and soft matter. Please find below a description of the
studentship. The studentship has no nationality restriction. I will be
deeply grateful if you could forward this to interested students.

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PhD Studentships in Machine Learning and Soft Matter: Department of
Physics, University of Cambridge

Dr Alpha Lee’s group in the Department of Physics, University of
Cambridge (www.alpha-lee.com ) aims to design
soft materials by combining physics with machine learning. Recent
research highlights include developing methods inspired by statistical
physics and random matrix theory to predict protein-ligand affinity,
inferring probabilistic models using a liquid state theory approach, and
deriving a scaling theory for the structure of battery and
supercapacitor electrolytes. Our group is interested in translating the
physics of soft materials into predictive quantitative
structure-function models using a data-driven approach. We also develop
novel machine learning methods using insights from statistical physics.
We believe that physics and machine learning are complementary strategies.

We are currently inviting application for fully-funded PhD positions for
UK/EU/International students on projects pertaining to computational
drug discovery, electrolyte design for supercapacitors and batteries,
automated inference of multiscale models, and predicting the outcome of
organic reactions.

Information about the studentship and how to apply can be found in:
http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/15587/ Interested candidates are more than
welcome to contact Dr Alpha Lee (aal44@cam.ac.uk
) to discuss the projects.
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Many thanks!

With best regards,

Alpha Lee

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Dr. Alpha A. Lee
Winton Advanced Fellow (Group Leader and PI), Department of Physics,
University of Cambridge
www.alpha-lee.com


LPTMS PhD Proposal: Phase transition in Mean Field Games

Responsable: Denis ULLMO 01 69 15 74 76

Mean field games present a new area of research at the boundary between applied mathematics, social sciences, engineering sciences and physics. It has been initiated a decade ago by Pierre-Louis Lions (recipient of the 94 Fields medal) and Jean-Michel Lasry as a new and promising tool to study many problem of social sciences, and with an explicit mention of the influence of concepts coming from physics (the notion of “mean field approximation”). This field has since then grown significantly, and after a period where mainly stylized models where introduced, we witness now the appearance of (necessarily more involved) mean field game models closer to practical applications in finance, vaccination policies, or energy management through smart electronics. Up to now, the development of Mean Field Games has mainly originated from the mathematics and economic communities. Mean Field Games theory is, however, by essence a multi-disciplinary field for which the input of physicists is much needed. Indeed, as important as they are, the studies of internal consistency and the numerical schemes developed by mathematicians cannot replace the deeper understanding of the behavior of these models, obtained in particular through powerful approximation schemes, that physicists (and essentially only them) know how to provide.

In this general context, the goal of this internship will be to study "phase transitions" in MFG, that is a discontinuous changes of behavior as a parameter is varied.  During the internship, this study will be limited to a class of Mean Field Games for which there exist a formal, but deep, connection with the non-linear Schrödinger equation, which is making their analysis, and in particular the origin of these phase transitions, more transparent.


6th November 2017 : Faculty opportunity at CUNY (now with correct link)

Dear colleagues,

(apologies for error in previous message)

As some of you know, The Graduate Center of the City University of New
York has launched an Initiative for the Theoretical Sciences.  For many
years this Initiative has played host to seminars, workshops, and
visitors.  This Fall we welcomed our first permanent faculty member,
David Schwab, and we are searching for more.  In this first stage we are
focused on recruiting faculty working at the interface of physics and
biology.  There is a commitment to continue recruiting in subsequent
years, with the goal of having several small clusters of faculty with in
multiple fields - close enough to enjoy interacting, but different
enough to cover a broad range of topics.

I think that the GC provides a very special environment, and a congenial
home for lively and informal interactions.  Faculty joining the effort
certainly need to have some sense of adventure, since they will be
helping to build rather than joining something well established, but the
support from the senior administration is very strong.  In addition,
faculty working on problems at the interface of physics and biology will
have the opportunity to interact with our new Center for the Physics of
Biological Function, a joint effort of the GC and Princeton, recently
funded by the National Science Foundation.*

We have a soft deadline of Dec 1, at which point we start reading
applications, so it is useful if there is at least something on record
by then to be sure that candidates are given full consideration.  Please
help in bringing this opportunity to the attention of interesting
candidates.  If there are people whom you think I should specifically
encourage, please feel free to send me a note.  Finally, let me draw
your attention to the fact that this  search is “open rank,” and thus
could result in the appointment of senior as well as junior faculty.

The official application site is here (apologies for the length of the
link):

https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__goo.gl_EHURAV&d=DwIFaQ&c=8v77JlHZOYsReeOxyYXDU39VUUzHxyfBUh7fw_ZfBDA&r=xjpyt1qTQ59t4URU7WHSRHPcebVWOvF_q8Tx3s-MBHA&m=7jKH4PoiNa4vJvxUXWZ85HuTrHqlkuSpc17onQ0XByo&s=GxPkPGqajWieb_e2YxB_rqhsp1N6whZ-T8tq4_KhWE8&e=

Many thanks, and best wishes,

Bill

William Bialek
Visiting Presidential Professor of Physics, and
Director, Initiative for the Theoretical Sciences
The Graduate Center, City University of New York
John Archibald Wheeler/Battelle Professor in Physics, and
Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
Princeton University

—————

*For more information about the CPBF:
https://biophysics.princeton.edu[biophysics.princeton.edu]

https://www.princeton.edu/news/2017/10/02/new-princeton-cuny-program-bring-together-physicists-and-biologists[princeton.edu]

https://www.gc.cuny.edu/News/All-News/Detail?id=42207&utm_source=gcsite&utm_medium=news&utm_campaign=hpfeature


6th November 2017 : Faculty opportunity at CUNY

Dear colleagues,

As some of you know, The Graduate Center of the City University of New
York has launched an Initiative for the Theoretical Sciences.  For many
years this Initiative has played host to seminars, workshops, and
visitors.  This Fall we welcomed our first permanent faculty member,
David Schwab, and we are searching for more.  In this first stage we are
focused on recruiting faculty working at the interface of physics and
biology.  There is a commitment to continue recruiting in subsequent
years, with the goal of having several small clusters of faculty with in
multiple fields - close enough to enjoy interacting, but different
enough to cover a broad range of topics.

I think that the GC provides a very special environment, and a congenial
home for lively and informal interactions.  Faculty joining the effort
certainly need to have some sense of adventure, since they will be
helping to build rather than joining something well established, but the
support from the senior administration is very strong.  In addition,
faculty working on problems at the interface of physics and biology will
have the opportunity to interact with our new Center for the Physics of
Biological Function, a joint effort of the GC and Princeton, recently
funded by the National Science Foundation.*

We have a soft deadline of Dec 1, at which point we start reading
applications, so it is useful if there is at least something on record
by then to be sure that candidates are given full consideration.  Please
help in bringing this opportunity to the attention of interesting
candidates.  If there are people whom you think I should specifically
encourage, please feel free to send me a note.  Finally, let me draw
your attention to the fact that this  search is “open rank,” and thus
could result in the appointment of senior as well as junior faculty.

The official application site is here (apologies for the length of the
link):

https://home.cunyfirst.cuny.edu/psp/cnyepprd/GUEST/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=17489&SiteId=1&PostingSeq=1bo

Many thanks, and best wishes,

Bill

William Bialek
Visiting Presidential Professor of Physics, and
Director, Initiative for the Theoretical Sciences
The Graduate Center, City University of New York
John Archibald Wheeler/Battelle Professor in Physics, and
Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
Princeton University

—————

*For more information about the CPBF:
https://biophysics.princeton.edu[biophysics.princeton.edu]

https://www.princeton.edu/news/2017/10/02/new-princeton-cuny-program-bring-together-physicists-and-biologists[princeton.edu]

https://www.gc.cuny.edu/News/All-News/Detail?id=42207&utm_source=gcsite&utm_medium=news&utm_campaign=hpfeature


3rd November 2017 : Poste de Maitre de Conférences à Marseille

Date: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 16:40:15 +0100
From: Alain Barrat
To: Alain Barrat
Subject: Poste de Maitre de Conférences à Marseille

Cher(e) collègue, 
un poste de Maître de Conférences est susceptible d'être publié dans la campagne de postes 2018 à Aix-Marseille Université en section 29, avec
le profil 

"Physique statistique des systèmes complexes et des réseaux complexes"

Un profil plus détaillé est disponible à l'adresse
http://www.cpt.univ-mrs.fr/~barrat/poste_mcf_2017.html

Je vous serais très reconnaissant de transmettre l'information à tout candidat potentiel.

en vous remerciant par avance

Alain Barrat

--
Alain BARRAT
Alain.Barrat@cpt.univ-mrs.fr  
Centre de Physique Theorique,
Campus de Luminy, Marseille, France
Tel (33) 4 91 26 95 40 - Fax 33 4 91 26 95 53
http://www.cpt.univ-mrs.fr/~barrat/


1st November 2017 : two postdoc positions on glasses at ENS Paris

Dear colleague,

two postdoc positions, funded by my ERC grant 'GlassUniversality', are
currently open at ENS Paris.
The project is focused on the theory and simulation of glass forming
systems.
Detailed informations can be found at
http://www.phys.ens.fr/~zamponi/
in the 'open jobs' section.

Could you please diffuse this information?
Thanks! Best wishes,
Francesco


1st November 2017 : postdoctoral position at TU Berlin

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2017 12:50:36 +0000
From: "Stark, Holger"
Subject: postdoctoral position at TU Berlin

Dear Colleague,

I enclose an advertisement (in english and german) for a postdoctoral
position in my group at the 
Technical University in Berlin.

We work on a broad range of topics from non-equilibrium statistical physics
of soft matter and
biological systems with the focus on non-equilibrium statistical
physics, active matter, complex fluids, 
and (bio-) fluid dynamics.

Since moderate teaching duties are attached to this position, some knowledge
in German is necessary.

If you have a Ph.D. student, who will be finishing soon, or if you know
anyone looking for
a postdoctoral position, please forward the advertisement to him/her.

With best regards,

Holger Stark

PS: My apologies if you receive the posting twice.

See Attachement : II-555-17.pdf

See Attachement : ATT00001.htm

See Attachement : II-555-17 eng.pdf

See Attachement : ATT00002.htm


1st November 2017 : two postdoc positions on glasses at ENS Paris

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2017 07:37:24 +0100
From: Francesco Zamponi
Reply-To: Francesco Zamponi
To: undisclosed-recipients: ;
Subject: [gdr-phenix] two postdoc positions on glasses at ENS Paris

Dear colleague,

two postdoc positions, funded by my ERC grant 'GlassUniversality', are
currently open at ENS Paris.
The project is focused on the theory and simulation of glass forming systems.
Detailed informations can be found at
http://www.phys.ens.fr/~zamponi/
in the 'open jobs' section.

Could you please diffuse this information?
Thanks! Best wishes,
Francesco


31st October 2017 : Post-Doc in soft matter simulations at university of Bordeaux

Dear all,

We have an opening for an IdEx Bordeaux funded 2 year post-doctoral
position starting from January 2018 in hydrodynamic modelling of complex
fluids (e.g. liquid crystals or microswimmers). Especially welcome (but
not limited) are applications from candidates with an experience and
interest in simulations of liquid crystals.

For further information please see
https://www.loma.cnrs.fr/post-doc-soft-matter-simulations/ (or attached
flyer)

Please feel free to distribute this to candidates who might be interested

Informal enquiries are welcome and can be addressed to juho.lintuvuori
_at_ u-bordeaux.fr

Thanks a lot and best wishes,

Juho

See Attachement : PostDocIdex2018.pdf


31st October 2017 : Postdoc – Mathematical modeling of photosynthetic metabolism – AgroParisTech, IRSTEA and CentraleSupélec (Paris area)

A high calibre candidate is sought to join a joint project between
laboratories of AgroParisTech, IRSTEA and CentraleSupélec that aim to
develop mathematical models of photosynthetic metabolism grounded on
thermodynamic principles. All three partners of this project are
established in process and chemical engineering as well as model
development.

See attachment for more details.

See Attachement : Post-Doc profile modeller.pdf


30th October 2017 : Postdoc positions – physics of amorphous solids – Ben-Gurion University

Dear colleagues,

I am recruiting postdocs and students to my group at Ben-Gurion
University and would be grateful if you could forward the following
message to potential applicants:

The research group headed by Ido Regev at Ben-Gurion University, Israel
is looking for postdoctoral fellows to conduct theoretical/computational
work in statistical and soft matter physics.

The current focus of the group is on determining the ergodic properties
of plastically deformed amorphous solids. The motivation for this
project originated in a recent discovery which indicated that under
oscillatory shear, amorphous solids show a transition from
asymptotically periodic to asymptotically chaotic, diffusive dynamics.
To understand this transition we will use tools from dynamical systems
theory and statistical mechanics, as well as computer simulations.

The postdoctoral fellows will receive full fellowship for a duration of
two years.

Candidates with a PhD or postdoc in soft matter physics, statistical
physics, chemical physics or a related field are encouraged to apply.
Potential candidates should send their CV, information regarding their
previous research experience as well as names of at least two referees to:
regevid@bgu.ac.il

For more information contact:
Ido Regev, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
http://ido-regev.wixsite.com/granular-bio
Tel: +972-8-659-6740
Email: regevid@bgu.ac.il


30th October 2017 : Faculty Positions in Applied Physical Sciences at UNC Chapel Hill

Dear colleagues,

The Department of Applied Physical Sciences (APS) at the University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill invites applications for three
tenure-track or tenured faculty positions. The goal of APS is to bridge
fundamental research and training in the science and engineering of
materials with translational impact on society’s most challenging
problems.  APS partners with all STEM and Health Affairs departments
toward multidisciplinary, team-based research, education, and
entrepreneurship in a top 10 public research university.  This hiring
initiative continues an aggressive strategy to build a pre-eminent
Department of Applied Physical Sciences, aiming for 20 new hires
together with joint appointments from partnering departments.  These new
positions are intended to build upon existing strengths and aim for
international prominence and leadership in the science and engineering
of materials at the intersection of the physical, life, and energy sciences.

All candidates should have clear potential, and commitment for research
excellence, multidisciplinary collaboration, extramural funding from
government, industry, or other sources, and translational impact in
education and entrepreneurship. Excellence and commitment to education
and mentorship at the graduate and undergraduate levels are essential
qualities for these recruitments.  The Department and the University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill are broadly committed to equity and
inclusion.  It is part of our institutional mission to teach and engage
a diverse community of undergraduate and graduate students, and
postdoctoral scholars.  We especially welcome applications from
candidates who are committed to advancing these ideals.  A PhD in a STEM
field (science, technology, engineering or math) or related fields that
contribute to applied physical sciences, is required.

Applications will only be accepted online
(https://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/128403). Applicants should submit
a curriculum vitae, a research statement, a statement on teaching and
mentorship, and 1-2 representative publications (optional). Applicants
are required to identify the names, titles, email addresses and phone
numbers of four professional references when applying. Reference
providers identified by the applicant will be contacted via email with
instructions for uploading their letters of support. Review of fully
completed applications will begin November 1st, 2017. Positions are open
until filled.

Questions should be directed to: Chair, Applied Physical Sciences Search
Committee, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
27599-3050, apssearch@unc.edu .

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity
employer that welcomes all to apply, including protected veterans and
individuals with disabilities.

 Thanks

Best,

--

Daphne Klotsa

Assistant Professor

Department of Applied Physical Sciences

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Website: http://klotsagroup.wixsite.com/home

**

Office: Murray Hall 1114

​Tel: 919-962-6454

Mailing Address:

Department of Applied Physical Sciences

121 South Road

CB 3050

CH NC 27599-3050


29th October 2017 : PhD in modelling structure and interactions of antibodies and antigens at University of Bath deadline 24.11.17

PhD studentship on Modelling structure and interactions of antibodies
and antigens at Department of Physics, University of Bath, UK
This studentship lasts 3.5 years starting October 2018. It covers
modelling structure and interactions of antibodies and antigens.
Knowledge of antibody structure is vital for medicine and biotechnology.
Fast, accurate protocols incorporating flexibility and antibody-antigen
binding will be developed and validated against structures from
experiment. Antibody structure modelling is aided by their division into
highly variable antigen binding loops and a relatively invariant
scaffold. The project is motivated by studies using the GW4 shared
facility for cryo-microscopy at Bristol which will transform analysis of
the molecular components of living systems. The Nobel Prize in Chemistry
2017 was awarded to Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank and Richard
Henderson "for developing cryo-electron microscopy for the
high-resolution structure determination of biomolecules in solution".
The studentship is funded by the GW4 BioMed Doctoral Training
Partnership, DTP
http://www.gw4biomed.ac.uk/
The supervisory team is
Prof Alison B Walker, Bath Physics (lead)
Dr Marc Van der Kamp, Bristol Biochemistry , Professor Jean van den
Elsen, Bath Biology & Biochemistry,
Dr Susan Crennell, Bath Biology & Biochemistry.

This studentship is advertised on FindAPhD where you can apply for the
studentship. https://www.findaphd.com/search/ProjectDetails.aspx?PJID=88820
The deadline for applications is 24 Nov 2017 and successful candidates
following interviews Dec 2017 to Jan 2018 will be notified 30 Jan 2018.
The studentship is available to those who have been resident in the UK
for at least 3 years. For further enquiries please contact me by email,
a.b.walker@bath.ac.uk

Alison Walker
Prof Alison B Walker
Department of Physics
University of Bath Bath BA2 7AY, UK
tel 44-1225-383322
mob 44-7941-921937
http://people.bath.ac.uk/pysabw/
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Coordinator of the H2020 EU Initial Training Network
MAking pErovskiteS TRuly explOitable
http://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/211677_en.html
Coordinator of the Horizon2020 Research Project
Extmos, EXTended Model of Organic Semiconductors
http://www.extmos.eu
Academic Director and coleader of the Centre for Doctoral Training in
New and Sustainable PV, CDT-PV
http://www.CDT-PV.org
Bath Team Leader of the Supersolar hub
https://connect.innovateuk.org/web/supersolar-hub


29th October 2017 : Computational modelling postdoc at Manchester, UK. Deadline 4 November, 2017

Dear All,

Applications are sought for apost-doctoral research associate post,
hosted by the School of Chemical Engineering & Analytical Science,
University of Manchester, UK. Thepost involvesthe computational
modelling of oil/water/surfactant systems with a view to obtaining a
fundamental understanding of the rheological behaviour. This
computational/theoretical research will run in tandem with experimental
investigations carried out by other project members. The post isfor two
years. More details about the post and information as to how to apply
may be found on

https://www.jobs.manchester.ac.uk/displayjob.aspx?jobid=14128(deadline
November 4^th , email andrew.masters@manchester.ac.uk
for more information).

With my best wishes

Andrew Masters


26th October 2017 : Call Postdoctoral Fellowships Max Planck Harvard Research Center for Quantum Optics




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antti-pekka.jauho@nanotech.dtu.dk,
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fedor.jelezko@uni-ulm.de, jin@jilau1.colorado.edu,
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,slava"@latnet.lv, ykato@sogo.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp,
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ketterle@mit.edu, hjkimble@caltech.edu,
markus.kindermann@physics.gatech.edu,
tobias.kippenberg@epfl.ch, andras.kis@epfl.ch,
mkiselev@ictp.it, kitaev@cms.caltech.edu,
T.M.Klapwijk@TUDelft.NL, kluemper@physik.uni-wuppertal.de,
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ketterle@mit.edu, hjkimble@caltech.edu,
markus.kindermann@physics.gatech.edu,
tobias.kippenberg@epfl.ch, andras.kis@epfl.ch,
mkiselev@ictp.it, kitaev@cms.caltech.edu,
T.M.Klapwijk@TUDelft.NL, kluemper@physik.uni-wuppertal.de,
p.knight@imperial.ac.uk, jens-koch@northwestern.edu,
kollath@hiskp.uni-bonn.de, koenig@thp.uni-due.de,
rmk@bnl.gov, kopietz@itp.uni-frankfurt.de,
frank.koppens@icfo.eu, frank.koppens@icfo.es,
kotliar@physics.rutgers.edu, l.p.kouwenhoven@tudelft.nl,
tobias.kramer@physik.hu-berlin.de,
kravtsov@ictp.trieste.it,
Hubert.Krenner@physik.uni-augsburg.de,
kroha@th.physik.uni-bonn.de, ralph.krupke@kit.edu,
cwlai@msu.edu, C.Lambert@lancaster.ac.uk,
latorre@ecm.ub.es, lau@physics.ucr.edu,
karyn.lehur@cpht.polytechnique.fr, palee@mit.edu,
aleggett@uiuc.edu, dietrich.leibfried@nist.gov,
i.v.lerner@bham.ac.uk, levitov@mit.edu, levitov@MIT.EDU,
maciej.lewenstein@icfo.es, mathieu.lewin@math.cnrs.fr,
yqli@iphy.ac.cn,
Alexander.Lichtenstein@physik.uni-hamburg.de,
lieb@princeton.edu, ronlif@tau.ac.il,
dlogan@physchem.ox.ac.uk, daniel.loss@unibas.ch,
blounis@u-bordeaux1.fr, ludwig@physics.ucsb.edu,
lukin@physics.harvard.edu, lukin@physics.harvard.edu,
john.lupton@physik.uni-regensburg.de, lvov@ucalgary.ca,
macd@physics.utexas.edu, patrick.maletinsky@unibas.ch,
salvatore.manmana@theorie.physik.uni-goettingen.de,
marcus@nbi.ku.dk,
Florian.Marquardt@physik.uni-erlangen.de,
John_Marston@Brown.EDU, r.martel@umontreal.ca,
martinek@ifmpan.poznan.pl, martinis@physics.ucsb.edu,
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julia.meyer@ujf-grenoble.fr, M.J.Hartmann@hw.ac.uk,
tobias.micklitz@fu-berlin.de, m.mikkelsen@duke.edu,
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florian.mintert@physik.uni-freiburg.de,
mirlin@tkm.physik.uni-karlsruhe.de,
Laurens.Molenkamp@physik.uni-wuerzburg.de,
monien@th.physik.uni-bonn.de, monroe@umd.edu,
montambaux@lps.u-psud.fr, jemoore@berkeley.edu,
christophe.mora@lpa.ens.fr, alberto.morpurgo@unige.ch,
em256@cornell.edu, hm@berkeley.edu, myers.1079@osu.edu,
bxn@math.ucdavis.edu, nayak@kitp.ucsb.edu,
Y.V.Nazarov@TNW.TUDelft.NL, lnovotny@ethz.ch,
nunner@physik.fu-berlin.de, Jeremy.OBrien@bristol.ac.uk,
oest@nano.uni-hannover.de, yuval.oreg@weizmann.ac.il,
lorozco@umd.edu, peter.orth@kit.edu,
roman.orus@uni-mainz.de, pan@ustc.edu.cn,
V.Perebeinos@skoltech.ru,
pfannkuche@physnet.uni-hamburg.de, dimer@illinois.edu,
jean-louis.pichard@cea.fr, martin.plenio@uni-ulm.de,
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,pletmikh"@physik.rwth-aachen.de, asp@buphy.bu.edu,
frankp@pks.mpg.de, polyakov@int.fzk.de,
S.Popescu@bristol.ac.uk, hugues.pothier@cea.fr,
preskill@theory.caltech.edu, prokofev@physics.umass.edu,
tomaz.prosen@fmf.uni-lj.si, tomaz.prosen@fmf.uni-lj.si,
pustilnik@gatech.edu, stephan.rachel@tu-dresden.de,
raimondi@fis.uniroma3.it, dcr14@cornell.edu,
"@physik.rwth-aachen.de, asp@buphy.bu.edu,
frankp@pks.mpg.de, polyakov@int.fzk.de,
S.Popescu@bristol.ac.uk, hugues.pothier@cea.fr,
preskill@theory.caltech.edu, prokofev@physics.umass.edu,
tomaz.prosen@fmf.uni-lj.si, tomaz.prosen@fmf.uni-lj.si,
pustilnik@gatech.edu, stephan.rachel@tu-dresden.de,
raimondi@fis.uniroma3.it, dcr14@cornell.edu,
sarangwala@rri.res.in, jerome.rech@cpt.univ-mrs.fr,
precher@physik.uni-wuerzburg.de,
raizen@physics.utexas.edu, renner@itp.phys.ethz.ch,
rice@itp.phys.ethz.ch,
klaus.richter@physik.uni-regensburg.de,
stefan.rotter@tuwien.ac.at, marybeth.ruskai@tufts.edu,
subir_sachdev@harvard.edu, msaffman@wisc.edu,
Hubert.Saleur@cea.fr, GSA@zurich.ibm.com,
M.Salmhofer@thphys.uni-heidelberg.de,
nsamarth@phys.psu.edu, elke.scheer@uni-konstanz.de,
wolfgang.schleich@uni-ulm.de,
benjamin.schlein@math.uzh.ch, joerg.schmalian@kit.edu,
schmidts@phys.ethz.ch, schmiedmayer@atomchip.org,
peter@tkm.physik.uni-karlsruhe.de,
alexander.shnirman@kit.edu, robert.schoelkopf@yale.edu,
schoelle@physik.rwth-aachen.de,
schoen@tfp.physik.uni-karlsruhe.de,
h.schomerus@lancaster.ac.uk,
Christian.Schoenenberger@unibas.ch,
schoenh@Theorie.Physik.UNI-Goettingen.DE,
D.Schuricht@uu.nl,
John.Schliemann@physik.uni-regensburg.de,
robert.seiringer@ist.ac.at, eranst@post.tau.ac.il,
pascale.senellart@lpn.cnrs.fr, sethna@lassp.cornell.edu,
shayegan@Princeton.EDU, shimshe@mail.biu.ac.il,
G.Shlyapnikov@uva.nl, irfan_siddiqi@berkeley.edu,
sigrist@itp.phys.ethz.ch, asilva@ictp.it,
peter.silvestrov@fu-berlin.de, simon@lps.u-psud.fr,
sinova@uni-mainz.de, j.smet@fkf.mpg.de,
ras@th.ph.bham.ac.uk, solovej@math.ku.dk,
sondhi@princeton.edu, spivak@u.washington.edu,
dmsk@berkeley.edu, stampfer@physik.rwth-aachen.de,
adiel.stern@weizmann.ac.il, douglas.stone@yale.edu,
christoph.strunk@physik.uni-regensburg.de,
Eugene.Sukhorukov@unige.ch, svistunov@physics.umass.edu,
tarucha@ap.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp,
stefan.teufel@uni-tuebingen.de,
christophe.texier@u-psud.fr,
rthomale@physik.uni-wuerzburg.de,
michael.thorwart@physik.uni-hamburg.de,
timm@physik.tu-dresden.de,
trauzettel@physik.uni-wuerzburg.de,
trebst@thp.uni-koeln.de, philipp.treutlein@unibas.ch,
troyer@itp.phys.ethz.ch, TSVELIK@BNL.GOV,
tureci@princeton.edu, goetz.uhrig@uni-dortmund.de,
ulloa@ohio.edu, Bernhard.Urbaszek@insa-toulouse.fr,
alexey.ustinov@kit.edu, c.h.van.der.wal@rug.nl,
W.G.vanderWiel@utwente.nl, h.s.j.vanderzant@tudelft.nl,
b.j.van.wees@rug.nl, L.M.K.Vandersypen@tudelft.nl,
vavilov@wisc.edu, frank.verstraete@univie.ac.at,
klimov@lanl.gov, gvidal@perimeterinstitute.ca,
celsovb@df.ufscar.br, Christophe.Voisin@lpa.ens.fr,
Matthias.Vojta@tu-dresden.de,
Dieter.Vollhardt@Physik.Uni-Augsburg.DE,
K.Klitzing@fkf.mpg.de, vonoppen@physik.fu-berlin.de,
jela@stanford.edu, edowaks@umd.edu,
andreas.wallraff@phys.ethz.ch,
Ian.Walmsley@physics.ox.ac.uk, fengwang76@berkeley.edu,
richard.warburton@unibas.ch,
wegner@tphys.uni-heidelberg.de,
werner.wegscheider@phys.ethz.ch,
andreas.weichselbaum@lmu.de,
hans.weidenmueller@mpi-hd.mpg.de, weisman@rice.edu,
dieter.weiss@physik.uni-regensburg.de,
weiss@theo2.physik.uni-stuttgart.de,
goran.wendin@chalmers.se, wen@perimeterinstitute.ca,
Reinhard.Werner@itp.uni-hannover.de,
philipp.werner@UNIFR.CH, r.werner@tu-bs.de,
wessel@physik.rwth-aachen.de, srwhite@uci.edu,
wiegmann@uchicago.edu, wiese@lpt.ens.fr,
wiesendanger@physnet.uni-hamburg.de, fwm@lusi.uni-sb.de,
ignacio.wilson-rae@york.ac.uk,
David.Wineland@Colorado.EDU, andreas.winter@uab.cat,
woelfle@tkm.physik.uni-karlsruhe.de,
wrachtrup@physik.uni-stuttgart.de,
yacoby@physics.harvard.edu, ye@jila.colorado.edu,
oleg.yevtushenko@physik.uni-muenchen.de,
i.yurkevich@aston.ac.uk, zarand@eik.bme.hu,
anton.zeilinger@univie.ac.at, sczhang@stanford.edu,
zimanyi@physics.ucdavis.edu, zirn@thp.Uni-Koeln.DE,
Peter.Zoller@uibk.ac.at, peter.zoller@uibk.ac.at,
uli.zuelicke@vuw.ac.nz, dominik.zumbuhl@unibas.ch,
zwerger@ph.tum.de, zwiller@kth.se,
"
,,c.s.adams"@durham.ac.uk, alt@iap.uni-bonn.de,
Oleg.Astafiev@rhul.ac.uk, ma424@cam.ac.uk,
",oliver.benson"@physik.hu-berlin.de,
patrice.bertet@cea.fr, brennecke@physik.uni-bonn.de,
michel.brune@lkb.ens.fr, tommaso.calarco@uni-ulm.de,
lcarr@mines.edu, darrick.chang@icfo.eu, dantan@phys.au.dk,
barak.dayan@gmail.com, per.delsing@chalmers.se,
drewsen@phys.au.dk, christopher.eichler@phys.ethz.ch,
englund@mit.edu, juergen.eschner@physik.uni-saarland.de,
Francesca.Ferlaino@uibk.ac.at, sfi@zurich.ibm.com,
mark.fox@sheffield.ac.uk, "@physik.hu-berlin.de,
patrice.bertet@cea.fr, brennecke@physik.uni-bonn.de,
michel.brune@lkb.ens.fr, tommaso.calarco@uni-ulm.de,
lcarr@mines.edu, darrick.chang@icfo.eu, dantan@phys.au.dk,
barak.dayan@gmail.com, per.delsing@chalmers.se,
drewsen@phys.au.dk, christopher.eichler@phys.ethz.ch,
englund@mit.edu, juergen.eschner@physik.uni-saarland.de,
Francesca.Ferlaino@uibk.ac.at, sfi@zurich.ibm.com,
mark.fox@sheffield.ac.uk, ssrdgdg@si.technion.ac.il,
gorshkov@umd.edu, R.Hanson@tudelft.nl,
jack.harris@yale.edu, johannes.denschlag@uni-ulm.de,
hemmerich@physnet.uni-hamburg.de,
s.hofferberth@physik.uni-stuttgart.de,
sven.hoefling@physik.uni-wuerzburg.de, clhung@purdue.edu,
Axel.Kuhn@physics.ox.ac.uk, phyck@nus.edu.sg,
ben.lanyon@oeaw.ac.at, fabrice.laussy@gmail.com,
gerd.leuchs@mpl.mpg.de, SLLOYD@MIT.EDU, lodahl@nbi.ku.dk,
lutkenhaus.office@uwaterloo.ca, johannes@majer.ch,
jonathan.matthews@bristol.ac.uk, meschede@uni-bonn.de,
pmeystre@aps.org, p.michler@physik.uni-stuttgart.de,
moelmer@phys.au.dk, moessner@pks.mpg.de,
yasunobu@ap.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp, sile.nicchormaic@oist.jp,
tracy.northup@uibk.ac.at,
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silke.ospelkausiqo.uni-hannover.de,opainter"@caltech.edu,
wolfgang.pfaff@yale.edu, pohl@phys.au.dk,
Arno.Rauschenbeutel@uni-mainz.de, jakob.reichel@ens.fr,
helmut.ritsch@uibk.ac.at, rost@pks.mpg.de,
vahid.sandoghdar@mpl.mpg.de, fsk@uni-mainz.de,
sengstock@physik.uni-hamburg.de,
csilber@mail.uni-paderborn.de, mika.sillanpaa@lut.fi,
enr.solano@gmail.com, gsolomon@umd.edu,
",stroud"@optics.rochester.edu,
"Michael.Trupke(at)univie.ac.at,loock"@uni-mainz.de,
jvolz@ati.ac.at, thomas.volz@mq.edu.au, vuletic@mit.edu,
",,javier.garciadeabajo"@nanophotonics.es,
",andreas.winter"@uab.cat, ",Ramon.munoz"@uab.cat,
veronica.ahufinger@uab.cat, Anna.Sanpera@uab.cat,
jordi.mompart@uab.cat, ",mardel"@fis.ucm.es,
mardel@fis.ucm.es, ",carlos.tejedor"@uam.es,
fj.garcia@uam.es, german.sierra@uam.es,
jose.barbon@uam.es, belen.paredes@csic.es, adan@us.es,
",jens.siewert"@ehu.es, geza.giedke@dipc.org,
javier.mas@usc.es, asorey@unizar.es, "@ehu.es, geza.giedke@dipc.org,
javier.mas@usc.es, asorey@unizar.es, lmm@unizar.es,
German.Valcarcel@uv.es, Eugenio.Roldan@uv.es,
rogonzal@ugr.es, Karl.Jansen@desy.de,
"
,vonoppen"@physik.fu-berlin.de,
pschmelc@physnet.uni-hamburg.de,
lmathey@physnet.uni-hamburg.de,
",tobias.osborne"@itp.uni-hannover.de,
klemens.hammerer@itp.uni-hannover.de,
buechler@theo3.physik.uni-stuttgart.de,
",,,susana.huelga"@uni-ulm.de,
simone.montangero@physik.uni-saarland.de,
giovanna.morigi@physik.uni-saarland.de,
yvan.castin@lkb.ens.fr,
didier.poilblanc@irsamc.ups-tlse.fr,
",Oriol.Romero-Isart"@uibk.ac.at,
Barbara.Kraus@uibk.ac.at, Hans.Briegel@uibk.ac.at,
wolfgang.duer@uibk.ac.at, caslav.brukner@univie.ac.at,
peter.rabl@tuwien.ac.at, anders.sorensen@nbi.ku.dk,
",rgarciap"@ulb.ac.be, ncerf@ulb.ac.be, smassar@ulb.ac.be,
S.D.C.Wehner@tudelft.nl, bterhal@gmail.com,
Harry.Buhrman@cwi.nl, Ronald.de.Wolf@cwi.nl,
fizrh@ug.edu.pl, fizmh@ug.edu.pl,
paul.fendley@physics.ox.ac.uk,
Dieter.Jaksch@physics.ox.ac.uk, andrew.daley@strath.ac.uk,
D.Porras@sussex.ac.uk, john.calsamiglia@uab.cat,
f.sols@fis.ucm.es

Dear all,

I am contacting you on behalf of the Max Planck Harvard
Research Center for Quantum Optics, which constitutes an
institutionalized cooperation between the Max Planck Institute
of Quantum Optics (MPQ) and the Harvard Quantum Optics Center
(HQOC). In the framework of our newly established cooperation we
are currently looking for excellent candidates for our two-year
Postdoctoral Fellowships
in Quantum Science based at
the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics (MPQ)
. The
successful candidates will be based at MPQ, with the opportunity
to take advantage of our unique cooperation infrastructure,
including a joint Post-Doc mentoring scheme and frequent
opportunities for exchange with our partner institute in
Harvard.

Therefore, we would highly appreciate your support in
forwarding the attached MPHQ Fellowship Call to suitable
candidates.

The deadline for applications is the 15th of November 2017!

Many thanks in advance for your cooperation and in case of any
further questions, feel free to contact me.

Have a nice day and best regards

Frauke Logermann 
                                                                                                                                                                        
Coordinator Max Planck Harvard Research Center for Quantum
Optics
                           


See Attachement : Call MPHQ Fellowships.pdf


26th October 2017 : Opening: Head of a Junior Group in Cologne




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Subject: opening: Head of a Junior Group in Cologne
Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2017 08:18:11 +0200
From: Simon Trebst <trebst@thp.uni-koeln.de>
To: Simon Trebst <trebst@thp.uni-koeln.de>


Dear colleagues,



this is an announcement for a position as 



Head of a Junior Research Group on Entangled
Quantum Matter



at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of
Cologne, Germany. 

Please forward the attached PDF announcement to all
suitable candidates.

My apologies in case that you receive this
email more than once.



Many thanks in advance.


Best regards,

Simon Trebst

 


See Attachement : CologneJuniorResearchGroup.pdf

See Attachement : Attached Message Part


26th October 2017 : Postdoctoral position in Condensed Matter Theory at UCSC





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normal; text-decoration: none; font-family:
Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif; font-size: 12pt;">De: "Sergey
Syzranov" <sergey.syzranov@googlemail.com>

À: syzranov@ucsc.edu

Envoyé: Mercredi 18 Octobre 2017 08:00:27

Objet: Postdoctoral position in Condensed Matter
Theory at UCSC

Dear Colleague,

We would like to bring to your attention the following
postdoc opening in the Condensed Matter Theory group at
the University of California at Santa Cruz:

We would gratefully appreciate it if you could
circulate this announcement among potentially interested
candidates.

Sincerely,

Sergey Syzranov and Sriram Shastry



25th October 2017 : Assistant Professor in Condensed Matter Theory at the University of Florida

Assistant Professor in Condensed Matter Theory at the University of Florida
Date :
Wed, 25 Oct 2017 01:50:21 +0000
De :
Maslov,Dmitrii
Répondre à :
Condensed Matter Collaborators
Pour :
CM-L@LISTS.UFL.EDU

Dear Colleague,

We would like to ask you, as a leader of the field, for help in identifying the best qualified
candidates for the Assistant Professor position in Condensed Matter Theory (CMT) at the University of Florida. We would be grateful for your suggestions of excellent young researchers from all areas of CMT,
especially those exploring quantum matter. We are particularly interested in candidates from underrepresented groups, as well as those who have demonstrated potential to be good teachers and mentors to a di
verse student body. The official ad for the position is attached to this message.

Best regards,

Dmitrii Maslov and Peter Hirschfeld

See Attachement : CMT-UF-2017.pdf


25th October 2017 : Postdoc in of biophysics/soft active matter – Iowa State University, IA USA

Dear colleagues,

We have newly launched a biological physics group at the Iowa State
University with an exciting mission to study bio-molecular assembly away
from equilibrium/active living matter using theory and simulations. We
have openings for 2-3 highly motivated and creative individuals to work
on exciting projects at the frontier of biophysics/soft active matter.

The postdoctoral associates will be paid by newly adopted NIH pay scale
and will have unique opportunity to interact with research scientists
working at DOE Ames lab located on the campus of Iowa State University.

For additional details please forward your CV and research statement
to:potoyan@iastate.edu

The deadline for application is November 15 2017.

I would appreciate if you could forward this message to any suitable
candidates.

Thank you very much.

Best regards,

*************
Davit A. Potoyan
Caldwell Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Department of Chemistry
1605 Gilman Hall, Office 2759
Iowa State University
Ames IA 50011

Phone: (515)-294-9971
Email: potoyan@iastate.edu
Web: http://potoyan.public.iastate.edu


24th October 2017 : Tenure track position in Materials Science – James Madison University VA

The James Madison University Department of Physics and Astronomy invites
applications for a tenure track faculty position at the rank of
Assistant Professor beginning August 2018. We strive to be a leading
undergraduate physics and astronomy department by building a
research-active and student-centered program. We seek outstanding
candidates in the areas of materials science, soft condensed matter,
nonlinear, nonequilibrium, or biological physics. Candidates must have a
Ph.D. in physics or a related field, relevant postdoctoral experience,
and a demonstrated commitment to teaching physical sciences and
mentoring undergraduates. The successful candidate is expected to
initiate and maintain a vigorous research program involving students and
be an effective teacher at all levels of the undergraduate physics
curriculum, including courses for non-science majors. The ability to
integrate existing instrumentation and facilities into a research
program will be considered in evaluating candidates. Finally, the
department is interested in candidates who are committed toward building
an equitable and diverse scholarly environment.

The department has 21 full-time faculty members and approximately 100
students in our multi-track baccalaureate-only program. Additional
information is available online about JMU at www.jmu.edu and about the
department and facilities at http://csma31.csm.jmu.edu/physics/.

To apply go to https://joblink.jmu.edu/postings/2193 , reference posting
number F1056 and complete the faculty profile and attach a cover letter,
a current curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, and a
statement of research plans (as Other Document #1). Review of
applications will begin on December 1, 2017.

Assistant Professor - Department of Physics and Astronomy

joblink.jmu.edu
The James Madison University Department of Physics and Astronomy invites
applications for a tenure track faculty position at the rank of
Assistant Professor beginning August 2018. We strive to be a leading
undergraduate physics and astronomy department by building a
research-active and student-centered program. We seek outstanding
candidates in the areas of materials science, soft condensed matter,
nonlinear, nonequilibrium, or biological physics. The department has 21
full-time faculty members and approximately 100 students in our
multi-track baccalaureate-only program. Additional information is
available online about JMU at www.jmu.edu and about the department and
facilities at http://csma31.csm.jmu.edu/physics/.

James Madison University is an equal opportunity employer committed to
creating and supporting a diverse and inclusive work and educational
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does not tolerate discrimination or harassment on the basis of age,
color, disability, gender identity, genetic information, national
origin, parental status, political affiliation, race, religion, sex,
sexual orientation, or veteran status.

We promote access, inclusion, and diversity for all students, faculty,
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foundational components of an outstanding education in keeping with our
mission. The University is interested in candidates whose experience and
qualifications support an ongoing commitment to this core quality.

Anyone having questions concerning discrimination should contact the
Office for Equal Opportunity: (540) 568-6991.


23rd October 2017 : Biophysics theory fellowships – Rockefeller University

The Center for Studies in Physics and Biology expects to have a small
number of postdoctoral fellowships available for appointments in
September 2018. We are seeking theoretical physicists, mathematicians
and computer scientists with a demonstrable interest in the interface
between their discipline and biology. The Fellows are to be at that
stage of career as to function as independent members of the Center,
free to work alone or in collaboration with any members of The
Rockefeller University faculty. The appointment is nominally for two
years, with a third year implicit, but based on mutual satisfaction.

Applicants should submit curriculum vitae, including a list of
publications, a research statement and three letters of recommendation
by December 31, 2017. The contents of all letters should be addressed
to: Director, Center for Studies in Physics and Biology, The Rockefeller
University, 1230 York Avenue, Box 75, New York, NY 10065-6399.
Applications should be e-mailed in PDF format to: leem@rockefeller.edu.

Consideration will be given to late received applications.

The Rockefeller University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer.

See Attachement : rockefeller.physics.center.fellow.2017.pdf


23rd October 2017 : Postdoc at TU Berlin

Dear All,

I enclose an advertisement for a postdoctoral position in my group at
the Technical University in Berlin.

We work on a broad range of topics from non-equilibrium statistical
physics of soft matter and
biological systems with the focus on non-equilibrium statistical
physics, active matter, complex fluids,
and (bio-) fluid dynamics.

Since moderate teaching duties are attached to this position, some
knowledge in German is necessary.

Please apply if you are interested or forward it to anyone, who might be
interested to apply.

With best regards,

Holger Stark

See Attachement : Postdoc_TUBerlin.pdf


20th October 2017 : Post-doctoral position in data science @ENS Paris « Laplace Chair 2018 »

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2017 12:46:00 +0000
From: Florent KRZAKALA
To: Florent KRZAKALA
Subject: Post-doctoral position in data science @ENS Paris "Laplace Chair 2018"

Dear colleagues

We are looking for excellent candidates in ENS for the Laplace Junior Professor Chair in Data Sciences. 
Please circulate this message as much as possible!

Regards

Florent

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The Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS Paris) invites applications for a Junior Research and Teaching Laplace chair in data science at the postdoctoral level, funded by CFM (Capital Fund Management) and the ENS.
The chair is named after Pierre-Simon, marquis de Laplace, who between many accomplishments, was one of the early founders of statistical inference and data science.

The Laplace chair aims at recruiting outstanding candidates in all areas of data sciences including theoretical statistics, machine learning, optimization, signal processing, computer science, applied
mathematics and statistical physics, or working on applications to other sciences such as physics, biology, medicine, social sciences or economics.

Appointments will be for two years with a possible extension for a third year. Salary is competitive and the positions are endowed with travel resources.

The successful candidate will carry out research in ENS, with reduced teaching duties which will be adapted. Applications should consist of a single file and be send before December 31th, 2017 by email to
laplacechair2018@gmail.com.

- A cover letter ;
- A complete CV including a list of publications ;
- A research statement (maximum 4 pages in A4 format) taking into account possible interactions with research groups/faculty within the different department of ENS (Computer science,Mathematics,
Physics,Biology, etc.) ;
- Three letters of recommendation from senior scientists, to be sent directly by email to laplacechair2018@gmail.com.

More information about the scientific environnement of this program can be found on the webpage of the Data Science Chair of the ENS at https://data-ens.github.io.

Short-listed candidates will be invited for an interview (video conference) in mid-January 2018.


16th October 2017 : Postdoc in active matter – Oxford

POST-DOC IN ACTIVE MATTER AT OXFORD

Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Active
Matter Theory at the Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics of
the University of Oxford, to work in the group of Prof Julia Yeomans and
Prof Ramin Golestanian, supported by a grant from Horizon 2020. The post
is available for a fixed-term from November 2017 until October 2018 with
a possible 6 month extension.

Further particulars for the role and details of how to apply are
available on our website:

https://www.recruit.ox.ac.uk/pls/hrisliverecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=131400

The closing date for applications is 12:00 noon on 3rd November 2017.

Informal enquiries can be addressed to Julia Yeomans
(julia.yeomans@physics.ox.ac.uk)

Julia Yeomans  FRS
Professor of Physics

The Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics
1 Keble Road
Oxford, OX1 3NP, UK

Tel: +44 (0)1865 273992
http://www-thphys.physics.ox.ac.uk/user/JuliaYeomans/


16th October 2017 : Postdoc in active matter – Oxford

POST-DOC IN ACTIVE MATTER AT OXFORD

Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Active
Matter Theory at the Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics of
the University of Oxford, to work in the group of Prof Julia Yeomans and
Prof Ramin Golestanian, supported by a grant from Horizon 2020. The post
is available for a fixed-term from November 2017 until October 2018 with
a possible 6 month extension.

Further particulars for the role and details of how to apply are
available on our website:

https://www.recruit.ox.ac.uk/pls/hrisliverecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=131400

The closing date for applications is 12:00 noon on 3rd November 2017.

Informal enquiries can be addressed to Julia Yeomans
(julia.yeomans@physics.ox.ac.uk)

Julia Yeomans  FRS
Professor of Physics

The Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics
1 Keble Road
Oxford, OX1 3NP, UK

Tel: +44 (0)1865 273992
http://www-thphys.physics.ox.ac.uk/user/JuliaYeomans/


LPTMS Postdoc: Postdoctoral position in low-dimensional quantum systems (theory), 2 years funded

The position is funded as a part of an Austrian-French research collaboration aimed at exploring, in a joint experimental and theoretical effort, the dynamics of impurities inside quantum wires of ultracold atoms. Dr. Mikhail Zvonarev and Prof. H.C. Naegerl coordinate the project on the French and Austrian sides, respectively. The successful applicant will work at the Laboratory of Theoretical Physics and Statistical Models (LPTMS), Orsay, France. A solid background of the applicant in theoretical quantum condensed matter physics is necessary, an experience in the analytical/numerical approaches to low dimensional systems is desirable.

 

Application should be prepared as a single PDF file containing

  • Letter of motivation (max. half a page)

  • CV + List of publications

  • Contact details of at least two possible referees

     

It should be sent by e-mail to mikhail.zvonarev@gmail.com,

subject line Postdoc_Your Family Name

There is no deadline for the application, the search will continue until the position is filled.


10th October 2017 : Lectureships at Bristol

Dear Colleagues,

Please bring the following position(s) to the attention of any suitable
candidates

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader in Applied Mathematics

The School of Mathematics, University of Bristol, is seeking to appoint
a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader in Applied Mathematics. Applied
Mathematics in the UK includes subject areas such as theoretical soft
matter, fluids and continuum mechanics. A Lecturer holds an indefinite
appointment roughly equivalent to an Assistant or Associate Professor in
the US system (depending on career stage); a Senior Lecturer/Reader is
equivalent to an Associate Professor.

The appointment is part of a major strategic expansion of the School of
Mathematics, which in spring 2018 will move to a substantial Grade-II
listed property, providing office space for over 100 academics, 100
post-graduate students and 80 post-docs. The building
 is
currently being transformed into a state-of-the-art mathematics teaching
and research facility at a cost of £33M. The University is a member of
the prestigious Russell Group, is ranked among the top 50 universities
in the world, and 9th in the UK in the latest QS World University
Rankings. The Shanghai Ranking of Academic Subjects 2017 has ranked
Bristol’s School of Mathematics amongst the top 40 mathematics
departments worldwide.

We are looking for world-class researchers in any areas of applied and
industrial mathematics, including those currently not represented in the
School. The successful candidate will be based at the Institute for
Applied Mathematics, one of five research institutes in the School of
Mathematics.  The post-holder will be responsible for her or his own
research programme, carry out appropriate administrative tasks and
deliver excellence in teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

The School of Mathematics has currently further openings for
Lectureships/Senior Lectureships/Readerships in Mathematics,
Mathematical Physics, and Statistical Science. Candidates whose
expertise intersects with one of these areas are encouraged to submit
multiple applications as appropriate.

Informal enquires are welcome and can be directed to Prof. Jens Marklof
FRS (Head of School, maths-recruitment@bristol.ac.uk
) as well as the Institute
Director Prof. Stephen Wiggins (s.wiggins@bristol.ac.uk
).

Details about the job can be found on

http://www.bristol.ac.uk/maths/news/2017/lectureships-in-school-of-mathematics.html

The closing date for applications is

(Apologies for any cross-posting)

best wishes, Tannie

---------------
Tanniemola B Liverpool, Professor of Theoretical Physics
School of Mathematics, University of Bristol, BS8 1TW
Tel.+44 (0)117 928 9838, Fax.  87999


10th October 2017 : Poste Agrégé préparateur / ENS de Lyon


De: "Francesca Chilla" <francesca.chilla@ens-lyon.fr>
À: "emmanuel trizac" <emmanuel.trizac@lptms.u-psud.fr>
Envoyé: Mardi 10 Octobre 2017 08:35:06
Objet: poste de AGPR laboratoire de physique ENS de Lyon

Bonjour Emmanuel.


Deux postes de AGPR pour la rentrée prochaine, viennent d’être publié pour enseignement au département de physique et
recherche au laboratoire. Nous recherchions des agrégés qui ont déjà leur thèse.

Pourrais tu diffuser l’annonce dans ton laboratoire et à toutes personnes qui pourraient être intéressés?

Merci d’avance, amitiés

Francesca

*********************************
Francesca Chilla
laboratoire de physique
ENS Lyon
Tel. +33(0)472728687
*********************************



See Attachement : Profil de poste 2018 - AGPR Physique 0259_officiel.pdf


9th October 2017 : Call for Junior group leader theorist in physical sciences at Collège de France


De: "Michel Brune" <michel.brune@lkb.ens.fr>
À: "Michel BRUNE" <Michel.Brune@lkb.ens.fr>
Envoyé: Lundi 9 Octobre 2017 15:17:57
Objet: Call for Junior group leader theorist in physical sciences at Collège de France

Dear colleagues,

 

I would like to draw you attention on the call open at the Institute of Physics of Collège de France for hiring a junior group leader theorist in physical sciences.

We would be glad if you can pass the information about this call to young scientists in your environment.

 

More info about the call at:

https://www.college-de-france.fr/site/young-team-incubator/Presentation__1.htm

 

With my best regards,

 

Michel Brune

Director of  Young Team

at the Physics Institute of Collège de France



6th October 2017 : Computational modelling postdocs, Manchester, UK

Applications are sought for two post-doctoral research associate posts,
hosted by the School of Chemical Engineering & Analytical Science,
University of Manchester, UK. Both posts involve the computational
modelling of oil/water/surfactant systems with a view to obtaining a
fundamental understanding of the rheological behaviour of such systems.
This computational/theoretical research will run in tandem with
experimental investigations carried out by other project members. The
posts are each for two years. More details about the posts and
information as to how to apply may be found on

https://www.jobs.manchester.ac.uk/displayjob.aspx?jobid=14002 (deadline
October 11^th , email carlos.avendano@manchester.ac.uk for more
information) )

and

https://www.jobs.manchester.ac.uk/displayjob.aspx?jobid=14128(deadline
November 4^th , email andrew.masters@manchester.ac.uk for more information).

With my best wishes

Andrew Masters


4th October 2017 : Carrier Fellowship in Applied Math and Soft Materials at Harvard University

Dear Colleague:

The group consisting of A. Amir, M. Brenner, L. Mahadevan, C. Rycroft
and myself are looking for outstanding postdoctoral candidates, as per
the announcement below, and from our own research funds. We would be
grateful if you could forward this email to appropriate candidates and
post the attached announcement.  Preference will be given to candidates
who apply by November 1, 2017, but applications will be accepted until
our positions are filled.

With thanks and best wishes,

David Nelson

************************************************************************************************

The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University
seeks excellent applicants for an endowed honorific postdoctoral
position in widely applied mathematics, the George F. Carrier
Fellowship. These are awarded for two years, with the possibility of
renewal for a third year. We are looking for outstanding applicants
interested in an opportunity for independent research that reflects the
spirit of George Carrier’s approach and complements that of the current
faculty in Applied Mathematics, broadly interpreted, including those in
the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the Department of
Physics and elsewhere at the University. Current faculty interests are
in applied mathematics in biological, earth science, engineering and
physical contexts, and especially in soft materials, soft condensed
matter and biophysics.

The annual salary is $60,000 with additional funds of $6000 per year
available for research support. We particularly encourage applications
from women and minorities. Harvard is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action employer.

See Attachement : Carrier Fellow ad 2017[2].docx


4th October 2017 : Postdoc – theoretical soft matter physics – Georgia Tech

Dear all,

Apologies for any duplicate emails you receive. I wish to call your
attention to the posting at the following location:

https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/9985

The successful candidate will join my soft matter theory group, a part
of the robust and growing soft matter community at Georgia Tech in
Atlanta, Georgia. Applications must be received by December 8th, 2017 to
be guaranteed full consideration. Please circulate to interested
candidates, who are welcome to contact me for further details beyond
those in the posting.

Thank you,
Zeb Rocklin
Assistant Professor,
Georgia Institute of Technology


2nd October 2017 : Postdoctoral Positions in Condensed Matter Theory @ TUM




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Subject: Postdoctoral Positions in Condensed Matter Theory @ TUM
Date: Sat, 30 Sep 2017 12:51:24 +0200
From: CMT at TUM <cmt@ph.tum.de>

Dear Colleagues,

the Condensed Matter Theory group at Technical University of Munich,
Germany, is searching for postdoctoral fellows to be appointed in Fall
2018; see attachment for the job advertisement. Please distribute this
announcement to everyone who might be interested. Thank you!

Best regards,

Michael Knap,
Sergej Moroz,
Frank Pollmann,
Wilhelm Zwerger



See Attachement : postdoc2018_CMT_TUM.pdf


27th September 2017 : Faculty position in experimental biophysics at Emory University

Dear colleagues,

We are recruiting a junior faculty member this year in experimental
biophysics, which may interest some of you. The details are listed
below. Thank you.

Best,

Justin

========================================
Justin C. Burton
Assistant Professor
Department of Physics
Emory University
400 Dowman Drive, Math and Science Center N242
Atlanta, GA, 30322
office: (404) 727-4297
e-mail: justin.c.burton@emory.edu
http://www.physics.emory.edu/faculty/jburton/
========================================

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*Faculty position in experimental biophysics at Emory University*

The Department of Physics at Emory University invites applications for a
junior tenure-track faculty position in experimental biophysics, with
the appointment starting in September 2018. We welcome applications from
outstanding candidates in all areas of experimental biophysics.
Applicants whose research complements the existing strengths in our
Department, including the study of biological systems ranging from the
molecular to the cellular scale, and new experimental techniques that
bridge these scales, such as in vivo optical imaging and/or spectroscopy
are particularly encouraged to apply.

Applicants must have a Ph.D. in physics, biophysics, or a closely
related field, postdoctoral experience, and a proven track record of
research. The successful candidate is expected to establish an
independent, internationally recognized, and externally funded research
program, and demonstrate excellence in teaching at both the
undergraduate and graduate levels. She or he will benefit from a vibrant
multi-interdisciplinary research environment that encompasses the
College, School of Medicine and School of Public Health at Emory
University, Georgia Tech, and the Center for Disease Control (CDC), with
research strengths including genetics, genomics/bioinformatics,
bioengineering, nanotechnology, synthetic and analytical chemistry.

To apply, submit a curriculum vitae, a research plan, a teaching
statement, and a brief statement about your experience and vision
regarding the teaching and mentorship of students of diverse backgrounds
to http://apply.interfolio.com/43482, and arrange for at least three
letters of reference to be uploaded to the same site. Reviews of
applications will begin Monday, November 27, 2017 and will continue
until the position is filled. For more information about the department,
visit http://www.physics.emory.edu/home/index.html.

Emory University is an Equal opportunity/Affirmative
Action/Disability/Veteran employer located in Atlanta Georgia. Women,
minorities, persons with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.


26th September 2017 : Faculty position in Computational Mathematics at San Diego State University

Subject: Faculty position in Computational Mathematics at San Diego
State University

Assistant Professor in Computational Mathematics at San Diego State
University

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at SDSU has an open
position in Computational Mathematics at the assistant professor level.

Applicants must hold
(i) a PhD in Applied or Computational Mathematics or a closely related
field
and
(ii) a demonstrated strong record of independent research. The
successful candidate is expected to perform research in the development
and implementation of computational and applied mathematics methods to
real-life applications. Research experience in multiscale algorithms
developed at various scales (i.e. continuum, mesoscale, microscale,
etc.) would be advantageous.

The successful candidate will work closely with the members of the
Nonlinear Dynamical Systems (NLDS) Group (http://nlds.sdsu.edu/),
researchers affiliated with the Computational Science Research Center
(CSRC; http://www.csrc.sdsu.edu/), and external collaborators in
applications to compelling problems in science and engineering.

Applicants should apply via Interfolio at
https://apply.interfolio.com/44100

Review of applications will begin November 1st, 2017 and will continue
until the position is filled. Incomplete applications are not guaranteed
full consideration. Please direct any questions to the Search Committee
Chair, Ricardo Carretero at rcarretero@mail.sdsu.edu. The appointment
will start in Fall 2018.

SDSU is a Title IX equal opportunity employer.

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Ricardo Carretero, Professor & Associate Chair
Nonlinear Dynamical Systems group: http://nlds.sdsu.edu/
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, San Diego State University,
San Diego, CA 92182-7720, USA
Tel: (619) 594-7252, Fax: (619) 594-6746
E-mail: rcarretero@mail.sdsu.edu, http://carretero.sdsu.edu/
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26th September 2017 : 4-year PhD fellowship in Spain

Project title: "A statistical physics approach to disordered and
complex systems"

We offer a full PhD fellowship (~22,000 €/year including social
security costs) to do research in statistical mechanics at University
of Extremadura, Badajoz (Spain). The fellowship is funded by the
Gorvernment of Spain (FPI program). Our research group works on the
following research lines: diffusion, spin glasses, granular dynamics
(theory and experiment) and liquid theory:

https://www.eweb.unex.es/eweb/fisteor/index_eng.html

Fellowship features:
- Additional funding for research visits to other institutions and
attendance to conferences
- Requirement: Masters Degree in Science or Engineering
- Open to citizens of any nationality
- Deadline for application: October 18, 2017

For more information please contact:

- spin glasses: ruiz@unex.es, anto@unex.es, aavivas@unex.es
- diffusion: santos@unex.es, eabad@unex.es
- granular dynamics (theory): andres@unex.es, vicenteg@unex.es,
fvega@unex.es
- granular dynamics (experiment): fvega@unex.es
- liquid theory: andres@unex.es, santos@unex.es


26th September 2017 : Molecular simulation PhD vacancy @ TU Delft

Dear colleagues,

We have a fully funded, 4-year PhD position (‘Molecular Simulation of
Nano-confined Fluids’) available at TU Delft.

For details, see: www.academictransfer.com/42607

Please inform any potentially interested and suitable candidates.

Thank you!

Best wishes,

Remco Hartkamp

-------------------------------------------------------

Tenure-track assistant professor

Process & Energy, 3mE

Delft University of Technology

Mail: r.m.hartkamp@tudelft.nl

Web: http://rmhartkamp.github.io/

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25th September 2017 : PhD in Physical modeling of early embryo morphogenesis – Collège de France

Dear colleagues,

I'd like to advertise a 3 years PhD position in the new team I’m
establishing at Collège de France in Paris.
The position is to be filled as soon as possible.

I’d be grateful if you can diffuse largely the announcement.
Many thanks !

Best wishes,

Hervé

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Hervé Turlier, PhD
herve.turlier@polytechnique.org
Tel: +33 (0)680282258

*/3 years PhD position - Team Turlier "Multiscale Physics of
Morphogenesis”/*
*/Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Biology, Collège de France,
Paris./*

The quantitative understanding of early mammalian development is
essential to the progress of reproductive medicine. Yet, the physical
and mechanical principles governing the morphogenesis of mammalian
embryos remain largely unknown. Early mouse embryos self-organize by a
succession of cell divisions, deformations and rearrangements, leading
ultimately to a stereotypical 3-dimensional structure called the
blastocyst. Encapsulating a large fluid cavity, the blastocyst is
composed of two major cell lineages, the inner-cell mass and the
trophectoderm, which are segregated in inside & outside layers. The aim
of this thesis is to investigate the self-organization principles of
early mouse embryos from a theoretical perspective, by associating
precise description of cell mechanics with simple models of cellular
signaling and gene regulation. The work will combine analytical modeling
and computational science to develop precise numerical simulations of
embryo morphogenesis. Funded by the Bettencourt-Schueller Foundation for
3 years, it will be performed in tight collaboration with the
experimental group of J-L. Maître at Institut Curie, expert in mouse
embryology.

See Attachement : PhD_offer_2017-2020_Bettencourt.pdf


LPTMS PhD Proposal: Emergence of fibers in frustrated self-assembly

Responsable: Martin Lenz 01 69 15 32 62

Self-organization is key to the function of living cells – but sometimes goes wrong! In Alzheimer’s
and many other diseases, normally soluble proteins thus clump up into pathological fiber-like
aggregates. While biologists typically explain this on the grounds of detailed molecular interactions, we
have started proving that such fibers are actually expected from very general physical principles. We
thus show that geometrical frustration builds up when mismatched objects self-assemble, and
leads to non-trivial aggregate morphologies, including fibers.

Despite several examples of this in our numerical simulations (see illustration), we have yet to
better understand the underlying physics. Is fiber formation based on a well-defined phase transition? Is
this transition fundamentally out of equilibrium as some of our results suggest? To what extent can it be
mapped onto the standard geometrical understanding of frustration as the embedding of a manifold into
a space with an incompatible metric? We will tackle these questions using two minimal models of
frustration where we hope to combine analytical and numerical insights. One of these is akin to
historical descriptions of Josephson junctions, where lattice-based Heisenberg spins want to realize a
certain fixed mismatch in their alignments between neighboring sites.

This project offers opportunities for collaborations with the theoretical group of Gregory Grason at
U. Mass. Amherst (USA), as well as with several groups that are currently initiating experiments on
frustration-driven fiber formation.

Informal inquiries welcome.

pdf


23rd September 2017 : Weigt/Zamponi postdoc statistical physics / computational biology


Université Paris-Sud

Université Paris-Sud / CNRS


De: "Martin Weigt" <info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
À: "info statphys" <info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
Cc: "Francesco Zamponi" <francesco.zamponi@lpt.ens.fr>
Envoyé: Jeudi 21 Septembre 2017 14:49:48
Objet: [info.statphys] postdoc position available at interface statistical physics / computational biology

Dear colleagues,

Please forward this message to potential candidates, sorry for multiple emails.

Thank you in advance,
Best wishes,
Francesco Zamponi and Martin Weigt

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We are seeking candidates for a postdoctoral research position at the
interface between statistical physics and computational biology. The
postdoc will work in collaboration with Martin Weigt (UPMC) and
Francesco Zamponi (ENS Paris), on statistical-physics inspired
data-driven modelling approaches to the evolution and coevolution of
proteins.

The scientific project concerns in particular the study of the impact
of phylogenetic effects on the Direct Coupling Analysis (DCA), both in
stylized toy models and in real protein sequence alignment data. We
will use methods from statistical physics and statistical inference.
Most of the work will likely be computational, although some analytic
calculations might also be performed.

A background in statistical or biological physics is required. The
candidate should have a general interest in working with biological
data, but no prior background in biology is needed.

Applications are welcome at any time, until the position is filled.
Please send an email to francesco.zamponi@lpt.ens.fr and
martin.weigt@upmc.fr, containing your CV and, if you wish, other
application material such as research statement, etc. Please use the
email subject "Application YOUR_NAME YOUR_SURNAME". Recommendation
letters (at least two and no more that four) should be sent to the
same addresses with the same subject. Alternatively, the complete
application package (including recommendation letters) can be sent
through AcademicJobsOnLine at this address:
https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/edelivery/2361

Applications from young candidates (for a first postdoc after the
PhD), women, and underrepresented minorities are especially welcome.

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20th September 2017 : PhD Scholarship opportunity – U. of Edinburgh

Dear colleagues,

We are currently re-advertising a PhD scholarship (UK/EU fees only) for
a project entitled: “Through the tumour labyrinth: developing a
mechanistic understanding of blood flow and oxygen delivery in tumour
vasculature”. This is a collaboration with the group of Prof. Helen
Byrne at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, and other
colleagues in Edinburgh, Oxford, and Barcelona.

More details can be found online at:
https://www.findaphd.com/search/projectdetails.aspx?PJID=88829

Closing date for applications: Sunday 15 October 2017.

I would be extremely grateful if you could circulate this advert among
potential candidates at your institutions or elsewhere.

Best wishes,
Miguel

--
Dr Miguel O. Bernabeu
Chancellor’s Fellow, The University of Edinburgh
Visiting Researcher, University College London

Centre for Medical Informatics, Usher Institute
9 Little France Road
Edinburgh, EH16 4UX

Tel.: +44 (0)131 651 7870
Skype: mobernabeu
Twitter: @mobernabeu


18th September 2017 : Postdoc in lattice-Boltzmann or related methods – U. of Edinburgh

I am looking for a postdoc for two years who will work with me in
Edinburgh on an EPSRC-funded project in collaboration with the
Universities of Sheffield and Strathcylde. The postdoc should start in
December or as soon as possible in early 2018.
The project is about the scale-up of a synthetic biology approach for
the production of bespoke nano-particle
(http://gow.epsrc.ac.uk/NGBOViewGrant.aspx?GrantRef=EP/P006892/1).
The postdoc should have a background in lattice-Boltzmann or related
methods (preferably moving boundaries, advection-diffusion and phase
change).

To apply, please go to
https://www.vacancies.ed.ac.uk/pls/corehrrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=041153
(vacancy ref 041153). Any questions should be directed to me
(timm.krueger@ed.ac.uk).

Thank you very much and best regards,
Timm

--
Timm Krüger | Chancellor's Fellow
University of Edinburgh | School of Engineering
phone: +44 (0)131 650 5679
web:www.timm-krueger.de | twitter: @TimmKrueger


17th September 2017 : Postdoc fellowships in theoretical biophysics – Princeton

Dear colleagues,

We are in the midst of our annual search for postdoctoral fellows
interested in working at the interface of theoretical physics and
biology, broadly defined.

We can offer our young collaborators a unique environment, with a
critical mass of like minded theorists and a large community of friendly
experimental groups with whom we interact closely.  We take “biophysics”
in its most expansive sense, working across scales ranging from the
molecular to the ecological, with many stops in between.

Our community has been formalized and expanded by the establishment of
the Center for the Physics of Biological Function, jointly between
Princeton and The Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
 We are just getting started, but some information can be found at
https://biophysics.princeton.edu, which will be updated as the program
develops.

Over the years we have worked with postdoctoral fellows who have done
PhD theses on biophysics problems, as well as with fellows whose theses
were in more traditional areas of theoretical physics.  We have been
very fortunate in attracting wonderful young colleagues, all of whom
have gone on to independent research and faculty positions around the world.

*We ask your help in bringing this opportunity to the attention of young
people in your community.*  Note that we are searching in parallel for
experimentalists, and that a further search for theorists to be based at
CUNY will be announced shortly - see the center web site for details.
 Applications can be made through the web site

https://puwebp.princeton.edu/AcadHire/apply/application.xhtml?listingId=3361

We are mindful that PhD students in Europe are not as synchronized with
the academic year as are their US counterparts; we sense that we
sometimes miss out on excellent candidates as a result, and so are
especially appreciative of your help. We have set a soft deadline of 15
October, and emphasize that the application process is not complicated
(!).  If you think there are good candidates who need more personal
encouragement to apply, please don’t hesitate to let us know.

With many thanks, and best wishes

Bill

(On behalf of all the Center theorists)

Vijay Balasubramanian
William Bialek
Curtis Callan
Stephanie Palmer
David Schwab
Ned Wingreen


LPTMS Poste: Maître de Conférences 2018 / Assistant professor position

English version of this context below the French one

Physique et modélisation statistique : aspects classiques et quantiques

Un poste de maître de conférences devrait être proposé au concours au printemps 2018.

Enseignement

Le ou la candidate devra être à même d'enseigner à tous les niveaux de la formation universitaire. Elle ou il pourra dispenser un enseignement général en licence (en physique ou dans les disciplines connexes comme les mathématiques, l'informatique, voire la biologie ou la chimie). Plus spécifiquement, des besoins urgents se profilent avec l'arrivée de l'Ens Paris-Saclay, ainsi qu'avec la montée en puissance des double diplômes comme la Licence Mathématiques Physique. Enfin, la future recrue sera amenée à s'investir au sein du Master des Systèmes Complexes, qui est actuellement en restructuration profonde. Une expérience d'enseignement, acquise en thèse ou pendant des années postdoctorales, est souhaitable.

Recherche

Le LPTMS souhaite développer son activité dans les applications de la physique statistique, en matière condensée au sens large, mais également en direction d'un certain nombre d'interfaces qui sont explorées actuellement (mathématiques, chimie, théorie de l'information, biologie,…). Le profil recherché est celui d'une candidature avec une excellente formation en physique théorique, capable d'interagir avec une ou plusieurs des équipes du LPTMS. Une bonne connaissance de la physique numérique sera un atout.

Contexte

Ce recrutement s'insère au sein du Centre de Physique Matière et Rayonnement (CPMR) de la future Université Paris-Saclay (regroupement de 5 laboratoires LPS-LAC-FAST-ISMO-LPTMS), et un intérêt pour les applications de la théorie aux problèmes expérimentaux sera apprécié. Le déménagement du LPTMS en novembre 2018, au coeur même du CPMR, est de ce point de vue un atout important.

Attention, les candidats doivent être qualifiés par le CNU pour pouvoir candidater. La date limite pour initier les démarches de qualification est le 24 octobre 2017, consulter

https://www.galaxie.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr/ensup/cand_qualification_droit_commun.htm

------------------------------------------------

Statistical Physics and Modelling : classical and quantum aspects

An assistant professor position will presumably be open in 2018, with competition taking place during the spring.

Teaching

The candidate will teach at all University levels. He/She will take part in the undergraduate physics program, and possibly in other programs such as mathematics, informatics, or biology and chemistry. More specifically, the settlement of Ens Paris-Saclay on campus and the rise of mixed mathematics-physics curricula go with enhanced needs of physics teaching. In addition, the selected person will have the opportunity to get involved into the newly reorganized Physics of Complex Systems Masters. A significant experience in teaching during doctoral and/or post-doctoral studies will be appreciated.

Research activities

LPTMS aims at developing its activities, from applications of statistical physics in condensed matter physics in a broad sense, to new directions that are currently being investigated at the interface with mathematics, chemistry, information theory or biology. The candidate is expected to have a strong background in theoretical physics, and to be able to interact with one or several teams at LPTMS. A good knowledge of computational physics will be an advantage. The position will integrate the future Centre de Physique Matière et Rayonnement (CPMR) of the Paris-Saclay University, a joint program of 5 laboratories LPS-LAC-FAST-ISMO-LPTMS. The relocation of LPTMS within the premises of CPMR in November 2018 is an important perspective and an interest in experimental questions will thus be appreciated.

Candidates are expected to have a good command of French language. Besides, they should be beforehand qualified by the CNU. The deadline to initiate the qualification procedure is Oct 24 2017, see

https://www.galaxie.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr/ensup/cand_qualification_droit_commun.htm


13th September 2017 : Postdoc in molecular simulation at KAUST, Saudi Arabia

Dear All,

There is an opening of a post-doc position in molecular simulation at
KAUST, Saudi Arabia.
Please find attached the advertisement as a pdf.

Could you please forward this message and the attached document to any
potential candidate?

I thank you in advance for your help.

Best regards,
Arun

See Attachement : Postdoc Positions Available at KAUST.pdf


LPTMS Postdoc: Condensed Matter Theory

A two-year postdoctoral position in statistical physics and condensed matter theory is available at LPTMS, a joint laboratory of CNRS and University Paris-Saclay, starting in the fall of 2018. The candidate is expected to study the interplay of thermalization and many-body localization in open quantum systems out of equilibrium in collaboration with A. Rosso. The candidate should have good background in statistical/condensed matter physics.

This position is financed by the ANR grant "Thermalization and Localization in quantum systems" and will include strong collaborations with D. Basko and M. Holzmann (LPMMC, Grenoble). Collaborations with F. Alet and N. Laflorencie (LPT, Toulouse) are also encouraged. Depending on the project and the candidate's expertise and preferences, the work might range from mostly analytical to largely numerical.

Applications including a CV, a list of publications, a brief description of past research and future interests should be sent to Claudine Le Vaou by email at secretariat.lptms@lptms.u-psud.fr. Applicants should also arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent to the same address. Informal inquiries are welcome. Review of applications will begin on November 1st 2017 and continue until the position is filled.

Contact:
Alberto Rosso
http://lptms.u-psud.fr/alberto_rosso/


30th August 2017 : 2yrs postdoc in polymer theory – SISSA (Trieste, Italy)

Dear colleagues and friends,

there is an opening for a 2-year post-doctoral position at SISSA
(www.sissa.it) in Trieste (Italy) about:
- Statistical Mechanics of Entangled Polymer Systems
- Polymer Models for Chromosome Organization

The position is expected to start on December, 1 2017.

The ideal candidate is expected to hold (already, or in the immediate
future) a PhD in Physics.
She/he should have familiarity with the phenomenology of polymer physics
and experience with Monte-Carlo and Brownian Dynamics methods applied to
polymer solutions, polymer systems and/or generic soft matter systems.

Interested persons should sent the CV and a brief summary of previous
research achievements to:
Dr. Angelo Rosa - anrosa@sissa.it

I would be grateful if you can disseminate this announcement amongst
your colleagues.

Kind regards,

--
Angelo Rosa
PhD in "Statistical and Biological Physics"
Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati (Sissa/Isas)
Via Bonomea 265 - 34136 Trieste (Italy)
Personal web-page: www.sissa.it/~anrosa
Room #335
Phone: +39 040 3787 876
Fax: +39 040 3787 528


29th August 2017 : Ouverture de poste data scientist – Quattrocento – GRISOLIA




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Quattrocento - GRISOLIA
Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2017 09:29:32 +0200 (CEST)
From: Jean-Noël Fuchs <jean-noel.fuchs@u-psud.fr>
Reply-To: Jean-Noël Fuchs <jean-noel.fuchs@u-psud.fr>
To: tous lps <tous.lps@u-psud.fr>

style="color:#000;font-weight:normal;font-style:normal;text-decoration:none;font-family:Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif;font-size:12pt;">Envoyé:
Mardi 29 Août 2017 09:28:13

Objet: Fwd: Ouverture de poste data scientist -
Quattrocento - GRISOLIA

Bonjour,

J'ouvre à la rentrée un poste de data scientist chez
Quattrocento,

entreprise que j'ai rejoint à l'issue de ma thèse, pour
m'épauler sur des

projets d'analyse de données (graphe et analyse de texte).

Comme vous vous en doutez, je suis sensible à l'excellente
formation des

physicien(ne)s de la matière condensée pour ces domaines.

Je vous remercie par avance de bien vouloir la faire circuler
et l'adresser

aux doctorants (ou Post-Docs) qui pourraient être intéressés.

En espérant avoir l'occasion de vous revoir tout deux très
bientôt,

Très sincèrement,

Mathieu

--

Mathieu Grisolia, Ph. D.

Quattrocento

68 Bd de Port-Royal - 75005 PARIS

Tél: +33 (0)6 20 93 73 16

mathieu.grisolia@lequattrocento.com

lequattrocento.com


See Attachement : Poste-data scientist-Quattrocento.pdf


28th August 2017 : postdoc opening in Los Alamos National Laboratory




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Dear
colleague,  

Could you
please bring this announcement to the attention of
potentially interested candidates?

Thanks,

Shizeng Lin

 

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style="font-size:10.5pt;color:black">Dr. Shizeng Lin

style="font-size:10.5pt;color:black">Staff Scientist,

style="font-size:10.5pt;color:black">Theoretical division,
Los Alamos National Laboratory, NM, 87545, USA

style="font-size:10.5pt;color:black">Telephone:
+1-505-665-8794

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Postdoctoral
Position in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics at Los
Alamos National Laboratory, USA
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The Physics of Condensed Matter and Complex Systems (T4) of
Los Alamos National Laboratory has an opening for a
post-doctoral fellowship in theoretical condensed matter
physics October 2017 (or later).  We work on a broad range
of topics including unconventional superconductors, heavy
fermion materials, quantum phase transition and topological
magnetic materials.

 

Theoretical
expertise in condensed matter theory is required. We welcome
candidates with background in numerical simulations of
strongly correlated electronic systems, such as quantum
Monte Carlo method and density matrix renormalization group
method.

The
prospective candidate must have completed a PhD program in
theoretical physics. The initial appointment is for two
years, with renewal contingent upon mutual agreement. 

The
successful candidates will have the opportunity to interact
with experimentalists and access to the latest experimental
development in the field of heavy fermion materials at Los
Alamos National Laboratory.

Review of
applications will begin immediately and will continue until
the position is filled. Interested applicants should send a
curriculum vitae with a list of publications to

 

Dr. Shizeng
Lin   

Theoretical
Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Email:  href="mailto:szl@lanl.gov" moz-do-not-send="true">szl@lanl.gov

Tel:
 +1-505-665-8794

 

More
information about the postdoctoral program at Los Alamos
National Laboratory can be found at

href="http://www.lanl.gov/careers/career-options/postdoctoral-research/index.php?source=globalheadernav"
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Candidates
may be considered for a Director's Fellowship and
outstanding candidates may be considered for the prestigious
Marie Curie, Richard P. Feynman, J. Robert Oppenheimer
Fellowships.  For more information please visit  href="http://www.lanl.gov/careers/career-options/postdoctoral-research/postdoc-program/index.php"
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The Los
Alamos National Laboratory is an equal opportunity,
affirmative actions employer. Women, underrepresented
minority and persons with disabilities are strongly
encouraged to apply. ​

 

 



28th August 2017 : J. Michael Kosterlitz Postdoctoral Fellowship at Brown University




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Subject: J. Michael Kosterlitz Postdoctoral Fellowship at Brown
University
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2017 09:36:07 -0400
From: Feldman, Dmitri <dmitri_feldman@brown.edu>
To: Dmitri Feldman <dmitri_feldman@brown.edu>

style="font-size:11pt">Dear colleagues,  

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style="font-size:11pt">Brown University is launching a
new named postdoctoral fellows program.

style="font-size:11pt">We will appreciate it if you
could bring the attached announcement to the attention
of qualified candidates.

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Sincerely,

Dima Feldman

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style="font-size:11pt">PS. I apologize if you receive
this message multiple times.

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Roman",serif">J. Michael Kosterlitz Postdoctoral
Fellowship at Brown University

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Roman",serif">

style="font-size:12pt;line-height:17.12px;font-family:"Times
New Roman",serif">The Department of Physics at
Brown University is inviting applications for the J.
Michael Kosterlitz Postdoctoral Fellowship. This
prestigious fellowship will give outstanding condensed
matter theorists an opportunity to work with Prof. J. M.
Kosterltiz and the theory group ( href="http://www.brown.edu/academics/physics/areas-research/condensed-matter-theory/condensed-matter-theory"
target="_blank" moz-do-not-send="true">http://www.brown.edu/academics/physics/areas-research/condensed-matter-theory/condensed-matter-theory)
at Brown. The condensed matter theory faculty are
engaged in research in hard and soft matter, including
statistical mechanics, biophysics, climate physics,
mesoscopics, quantum materials, and topological matter.
A competitive annual stipend will be offered along with
a research and travel fund. Application materials
including a CV, statement of research plans, and the
names of three references should be submitted
electronically to  href="http://apply.interfolio.com/42052" target="_blank"
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New Roman",serif">

style="text-align:justify;line-height:normal"> style="font-size:12pt;font-family:"Times New
Roman",serif">Inquiries about this position should
be directed to  target="_blank" moz-do-not-send="true">JMK-search@brown.edu or
to Prof. Dima Feldman, Chair of the J. Michael
Kosterltitz Fellowship Committee, Department of Physics,
Box 1843, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
02912.  Applications received by December 1, 2017 will
receive full consideration. Women and minorities are
strongly encouraged to apply. Brown University is
committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive academic
global community; as an EEO/AA employer. Brown considers
applicants for employment without regard to, and does
not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, protected
veteran status, disability, or any other legally
protected status.

Date: Mon, Aug 21, 2017 at 9:32 AM

Subject: J. Michael Kosterlitz Postdoctoral Fellowship at
Brown University

To: Dmitri Feldman < href="mailto:dmitri_feldman@brown.edu"
moz-do-not-send="true">dmitri_feldman@brown.edu>


See Attachement : JMK_Fellowship_Ad.docx


22nd August 2017 : Postdocs & PhDs in biophysics – IST Austria

Dear colleagues,

I am looking for postdocs and/or PhD students with a theoretical
background in my new group in the IST Austria, to work on a variety of
biophysical problems from cytoskeletal dynamics to branching morphogenesis!

I would be really grateful if you knew some motivated candidates, or
could pass on the attached advertisement !!

Best wishes, and thanks a lot in advance!

______________________
Dr. Edouard Hannezo
Assistant Professor, IST Austria
https://ist.ac.at/research/research-groups/hannezo-group/

See Attachement : job_ad_hannezo.pdf


10th August 2017 : Institut Curie-NCBS Joint Postdoctoc

*_Institut Curie-NCBS _**_Joint _**_Postdoctoral Fellowship Program_*

*About Us*

This is a joint project between theorists (Prof. Madan Rao
and Prof. Pierre Sens
)
and experimentalists (Prof. Patricia Bassereau

and Dr. Shashi Thutupalli ) at two
institutes (National Centre for Biological Sciences
, Bangalore, India and the Institut Curie
, Paris, France) as part of a joint
postdoctoral fellowship program. The aim is to understand the
organization and emergence of structure and function of the Golgi
apparatus, a complex membrane bound organelle within cells.

*The position*
**
We are seeking highly motivated, outstanding candidates for 2
postdoctoral positions to investigate the biophysics of the Golgi
apparatus in cells, both theoretically and experimentally.

We propose to use the principles of soft condensed matter and
non-equilibrium physics to understand the organization and emergence of
structure and function of the Golgi apparatus. We view this as a process
of self-emergent structure and function but also as a complex
information processing problem. The Golgi apparatus is comprised of a
stack of lipid bilayer compartments (cisternae), each with a unique
chemical identity and serves as a protein processing factory as proteins
and other macromolecules progress in a stepwise manner through the
stacks. The emergence of the form and function of such a biochemical
factory from simple soft matter components such as lipids and proteins
has remained a mystery for a long time. Resolving this mystery has
fundamental bearing not only for understanding trafficking within cells
but also for cellular self-organization in general. The sequential
chemical processing within the Golgi apparatus can be viewed as driven
nonequilibrium chemical reactions. We aim to build in vitro model lipid
membrane systems incorporating non-equilibrium processes, such as
membrane fusion, sorting and spontaneous scission using a combination of
microfluidics and soft matter techniques. Using these basic ingredients,
we will study the de novo emergence of structures resembling the Golgi.
Of particular emphasis will be the quantitative control of the
transport, fusion, fission and segregation of the structures
commensurate with in vitro studies. These experiments and corresponding
in vitro measurements will be reconciled with theory.

*Your profile*
**
An extensive background in soft matter physics or related subjects.

(i) For the experimentalists, we are looking for expertise in artificial
membrane systems, microfluidics, microscopy, optical manipulation and
related physical techniques. Persons with a theoretical background with
a strong interest in building experiments are also encouraged to apply.

(ii) For theorists, background in soft condensed matter, nonequilibrium
statistical mechanics and membrane biophysics will be highly relevant.

*Our offer*
**
The total duration of the fellowship is for a maximum duration of 4
years. This fellowship is a jointly appointment Postdoctoral Fellow
between the NCBS, India and the Institut Curie, France. The time of the
fellowship is to be divided between the partnering institutions. Right
from the start, the candidates will be encouraged and even expected to
develop a great degree of independence — from drafting the initial
details of the project within the broad framework outlined to proposing
interesting directions going forward.

*Your application*
**
Please send your application (CV, a list of publications and two
reference letters) by email to shashi@ncbs.res.in
, patricia.bassereau@curie.fr
, pierre.sens@curie.fr
, madan@ncbs.res.in
before 10th September 2017


28th July 2017 : Professorship in data science – Sissa, Trieste

The International School for Advanced Studies (www.sissa.it) in Trieste,
Italy, invites expressions of interest for a faculty position from
candidates demonstrating an outstanding line of research in basic
science approached through innovative methodologies related to the field
of Data Science.

While the appointment is expected to be at the assistant professor,
tenure-track, level*, a more senior position may be considered to match
the candidate’s experience.

The successful candidate will work as an independent principal
investigator, leading activity in natural sciences utilizing and
developing methodologies such as Machine Learning, Statistical Learning,
Neural Networks, Bayesian Inference, and will have the opportunity to
form connections to the current expertise of the SISSA groups dealing
with Big Data in Physics, Mathematics, Neuroscience. He/she will join
the SISSA PhD teaching programme and supervise graduate students.

Expressions of interest should be submitted to AcademicJobsOnline
(academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/9417) and should include:
- Curriculum Vitae with a complete publication list and the names of at
least three referees,
- Description of current research interests (maximum 3 pages),
- List of ten publications of greatest interest for the selection.

The review of expressions of interest will begin in September 2017 and
continue until the position is filled.

SISSA is a leading international research institution offering PhD and
PostDoctoral Training. It is in favor of gender balance and a diverse
academic environment. It is located on the beautiful coast of the
Adriatic Sea. It offers first rate facilities including High
Performance Computing and has close relations with the other scientific
institutions in the area, which include: the Abdus Salam International
Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), the Astronomical Observatory of
Trieste (OATs), the International Center for Genetic Engineering ad
Biotechnology (ICGEB), the "Elettra" synchrotron facility, the
Universities of Trieste and Udine, the National Institute for Nuclear
Physics (INFN), and National Council of
Research (CNR).

All SISSA activities are held in English. More information about the
school and the research groups can be found at: www.sissa.it.

*In the Italian system, a tenure track position corresponds to a
"ricercatore TD – B", i.e. an assistant professor to be confirmed as an
associate professor within three years after appointment.


19th July 2017 : Postdoc IPhT / L. Zdeborova

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2017 15:48:03 -0600
From: Lenka Zdeborova
To: Lenka Zdeborova
Subject: Postdoc openings, please help to advertise

Dear Colleagues, 
If you know talented young researchers looking for a postdoc position, would you please forward them the following openings. One is in my group starting in 2018, and two on more applied subjects in
collaboration with my group. 

http://artax.karlin.mff.cuni.cz/~zdebl9am/presentations/postdoc_opening_2018.pdf

http://artax.karlin.mff.cuni.cz/~zdebl9am/presentations/amphi_post_doc.pdf
http://artax.karlin.mff.cuni.cz/~zdebl9am/presentations/postdoc_CEA_LETI.pdf

Thanks in advance for your help. 

With best regards 

Lenka


18th July 2017 : PhD position available at SISSA (Trieste, Italy)

Dear Colleagues,

At least 1 new position is available for the PhD in
"Physics and Chemistry of Biological Systems"
at the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA), Trieste, Italy:
http://www.sissa.it/phd-announcements-and-deadlines/physics-and-chemistry-biological-systems

The application deadline is September 11th, 2017.

Applicants should have a good background in Physics, Chemistry, Applied
Mathematics or related subjects and are expected to obtain their Laurea
Specialistica or equivalent degree by Autumn 2017.

Notice that SISSA can cover, in full or in part, the expenses of
students who, after the first screening based on CV and letters of
presentations, are admitted to the local entrance exam.
Please contact "phd@sissa.it" for further information.

Admitted students will have the opportunity to follow a one-year
educational program in an international and interdisciplinary
environment, followed by two or three years of active research in one of
the following areas:
- Structural Bioinformatics
- Statistical Mechanics of Complex Molecular Systems
- Biomolecular Simulations
- Simulations of Rare Events
- Simulations and Modelling of Cellular Motility

I would be very thankful if you may spread this message amongst your
contacts.

Kind regards,
Angelo Rosa

--
Angelo Rosa
PhD in "Statistical and Biological Physics"
Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati (Sissa/Isas)
Via Bonomea 265 - 34136 Trieste (Italy) - www.sissa.it
VAT: IT00551830326
Personal WebPage: http://people.sissa.it/~anrosa
Room #335
Phone: +39 040 3787 876
Fax: +39 040 3787 528B


13th July 2017 : Soft matter research with some teaching duties – ESPCI (Paris)

ESPCI, Paris is recruiting a non-tenured Lecturer for the 2017-2018
academic year. The profile includes teaching and research activities.
Teaching can be performed in English.

* Teaching activity: Supervision of practical work in C programming
(first year of engineering studies), programming with Matlab (2nd year
of engineering studies).
The teaching is often structured as a research project involving
molecular dynamics or acoustics applications. It is taught in small groups
with highly motivated students. Teaching duties are very concentrated in
the year and can often be performed within a six week window, leaving
the rest
of the year free for research.

* Research can be associated with the Gulliver or Langevin laboratory in
the fields of statistical mechanics, hydrodynamics, active matter,
elasticity, biophysics, waves.
The laboratory has active theoretical and experimental groups.
http://www.gulliver.espci.fr/

Applicants should hold a PhD in physics. A statistical physics
background in out of equilibrium physics and/or condensed matter physics
is welcome.
A good knowledge of programming is a must.

Formal announcement:
https://www.espci.fr/fr/espci-paris/recrutement-et-concours/2017/maitre-de-conferences-contractuel-ater-en-8237

ESPCI is an applied science and engineering school, as well as a CNRS
research centre based in the centre of the city of Paris.

Contact and information:

anthony.maggs@espci.fr


12th July 2017 : PhD openings in computational physics at the University of Vienna

Dear colleague!

We would like to draw your attention to two new PhD openings in
computational physics at the University of Vienna:

-*Open position with Prof. Christoph Dellago
*

/Non-equilibrium Fluctuations of Vacuum Laser Trapped Nanoparticles
/The objective of this project is to investigate, using computer
simulations and theory, the dynamics of non-equilibrium systems. The
specific example to be studied is a laser trapped nanoparticle, which is
investigated experimentally by our project partners at the ETH Zurich.
The levitated nanoparticle will be used to investigate non-equilibrium
fluctuations, which will be analysed in the framework of stochastic
thermodynamics. Specifically, we will explore transitions between
stationary non-equilibrium states, fluctuations in steady-states that
violate the principle of detailed balance, the concept of conditional
reversibility, and the coupling between internal and center-of-mass
temperatures. The student to be involved in this project is expected to
have knowledge of advanced statistical mechanics and be proficient in
computer programming.

-*Open position with Prof. Christos Likos
*
/Self-assembly of quasi-two dimensional soft colloids
/We are looking for a Ph.D. student to work on our current activity of
investigations of soft, patchy colloids under geometrical confinement.
Previous investigations in the group have established that star-shaped
block-copolymers in the bulk can act as self-organized patchy particles,
whose patchiness can be tuned by molecular architecture and temperature,
leading to the emergence of a variety of self-assembled structures. The
current project will extend these investigations at the border between
two and three dimensions, where the block copolymer stars have been
found to build a variety of soft polygons, including squares, triangles
and pentagons, which make them excellent candidates for the formation of
two-dimensional quasicrystals. The focus will be on developing
coarse-grained models for the investigation of the phase behaviour in
two dimensions. The successful candidate should have a solid background
in Statistical Physics; experience with computer simulations and/or
polymer or colloidal physics is a plus.

The application process runs through the Vienna Doctoral School in
Physics (VDS-P)

and registration is possible until *July 30*.
The poster for the open call can be found here
,
further information on the admission process can be found here.

We would be very grateful if you could forward this information and the
attachment to qualified students who might be interested in performing
their doctoral work at the University of Vienna.

Feel free to approach us in case you have any questions or comments.

With many thanks in advance.

Warm regards on behalf of the VDS-P Team,

*--
Manon Roeleveld, MA *
Coordination, Vienna Doctoral School of Physics (VDS)

University of Vienna
Faculty of Physics
Boltzmanngasse 5, Room 3227, A-1090 Vienna, Austria
Mail: manon.roeleveld@univie.ac.at
T.: +43-1-4277-512 04
M.: +43-664-602 77-512 04


5th July 2017 : Research assistant position at TU Berlin

Dear all,

I am looking for candidates for a 5-year research assistant position
(starting October 1st)

within my group "Theory and simulations of complex fluids" at the
Institute of Theoretical Physics, TU Berlin. ​

The position is on the postdoctoral ​level and includes the possibility
for a habilitation. Since the position involves teaching duties,
candidates should have some knowledge in German. I am attaching the
formal offer.​

Please forward this message to everyone who might be interested.

Thanks and best wishes,

Sabine Klapp

Prof. Dr. Sabine Klapp
Institute of Theoretical Physics
Technical University Berlin
Sekr. EW 7-1
Hardenbergstrasse 36
D-10623 Berlin

phone: +49 (0)30 314-23763
fax : +49 (0)30 314-21130
room no.: EW 707
Email: klapp@physik.tu-berlin.de
http://www.itp.tu-berlin.de/klapp

See Attachement : II-333-17 eng-2te_Version_05.07.2017.pdf


2nd July 2017 : Postdoc in Singapore

Dear Friends,
A postdoc position is open at the Mechanobiology Institute in Singapore,
for working with me. The institute activity ranges from single molecule
experiments to developmental biology with a strong core in cell biology.
and the small theory group I am heading is involved in all aspects. The
postdoc position includes stays at the Curie Institute in Paris. There
will be interviews of the candidates in August. For more informations
the candidates can get directly in contact with me. Can you pass the
information around you?
Many thanks
Jacques


23rd June 2017 : NWO WISE Tenure track search @ AMOLF (specifically for female applicants)

Dear Martin,

This time I am writing with ‘official AMOLF business’:

Specifically, I am writing to solicit your help to bring a new Tenure
Track call to the attention of talented female researchers in your
environment. AMOLF is currently recruiting candidates for this *tenure
track program***named***“NWO-WISE”, which is aimed at
attracting**//*female scientists to the national NWO institutes:

https://amolf.nl/jobs/tenure-track-group-leader-assistant-professor-nwo-wise-programme

We are looking for outstanding young researchers, ideally at the postdoc
level, who are eager to start their own research line. AMOLF is keen to
attract applicants in any of its research themes. Our research program
revolves around the /Physics of Functional Complex Matter //and is
/divided in 4 main research themes:

1)Physics of Living Matter (biophysics, systems biology)

2)Nanophotonics (classical and quantum optics on the nanoscale)

3)Nanophotovoltaics (PV materials and light management)\

4)Designer Matter/, / which spans metamaterials, mechanics and soft matter.

We offer a scientifically inspiring collaborative environment,
state-of-the-art infrastructure and an interdisciplinary research
program with a generous start up package (investment and personnel).

I would be most indebted if you would circulate this call in your
network, both by disseminating the call among senior colleagues, and by
discussing it with potential candidates in your environment. Also,
recommendations for candidates in your network that we can directly
contact, would be highly appreciated.

*About AMOLF: *AMOLF is a world-leading interdisciplinary research
institute working on the /Physics of Functional Matter, /noteably
working on Physics of Living Matter (biophysics, systems biology),
Nanophotonics (classical and quantum optics on the nanoscale),
Nanophotovoltaics (PV materials and light management), and Designer
Matter/, / which spans metamaterials, mechanics and soft matter. AMOLF
is a dynamic environment in which 120 scientist work in 17 groups that
are based in different disciplines, yet strongly collaborate to jointly
unravel how complex functionality can be programmed into, or emerges
from, complex matter. The non-hierarchical division in small groups,
mean that AMOLF presents a collaborative and supportive environment for
starting a new group, with many opportunities for joint training and
joint project initiatives. AMOLF has a state-of-the-art infrastructure
for nanofabrication, ultrafast spectroscopy, microscopy, and molecular
biophysics. AMOLF offers tenure trackers full independence as PI to
build a group, with a supportive and transparent system of mentoring and
monitoring towards a permanent staff position. Thus, AMOLF is an
excellent environment for researchers to start a tenure-track.

*About the WISE program:* AMOLF is keen to attract applicants in any of
its research themes, and will provide a generous start up package in
terms of investment and personnel to kickstart the new research line.
Successful candidates will be able to start a group as independent
principal investigator, with a clear path to a permanent position after
5 years. As the tenure track fellowship is facilitated by the NWO WISE
program, applications for the position need to be made through the NWO
“Women in Science Excel” program website. This process works via an
open, competitive call for applications administered by the dutch
science foundation NWO, with selected candidates invited to visit the
institute for interview. Further information about the program, the
application requirements and deadline are listed on
http://www.nwo.nl/en/research-and-results/programmes/women+in+science+excel.
AMOLF will supply a startup package well beyond the WISE guidelines.

**Candidates who are interested to explore the opportunity of this WISE
call, are invited to contact the AMOLF director (h.bakker@amolf.nl
) or any of the pertinent research theme
leaders (biophysics – G.Koenderink@amolf.nl
, designer matter – m.v.hecke@amolf.nl
, photovoltaics – a.polman@amolf.nl
, nanphotonics – f.koenderink@amolf.nl
) before applying, to discuss the research
plan, the tenure-track start up package we can provide (in addition to
the provisions of the WISE call itself), and to explain further the type
of research environment that one can find at AMOLF.

Best wishes,

Gijsje


20th June 2017 : Open Position: Professorship (W2) in Munich: Experimental Physics – Solid-State Quantum Nanosystems


De: "Jan von Delft" <vondelft@lmu.de>
Envoyé: Mardi 20 Juin 2017 18:21:59
Objet: Open Position: Professorship (W2) in Munich: Experimental Physics - Solid-State Quantum Nanosystems

Dear colleague,

the Faculty of Physics of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich
invites applications for a Professorship (W2) (6 years/tenure track)
of Experimental Physics – Solid-State Quantum Nanosystems.
The desired research field involves the design, measurement and control
of solid-state-based quantum nanosystems using optical and transport
techniques.

We would appreciate it if you could bring this position to the attention
of suitable candidates. For details, see:

https://www.nature.com/naturejobs/science/jobs/616391-professorship-w2-6-years-tenure-track-of-experimental-physics-solid-state-quantum-nanosystems

https://www.academics.de/jobs/professur_w2_fuer_experimentalphysik_-_festkoerper_quanten-nanosysteme_142230.html

Thank you very much.

Jan von Delft

--
Prof. Jan von Delft
http://homepages.physik.uni-muenchen.de/~vondelft/

See Attachement : signature.asc


19th June 2017 : [gdr-phenix] Postes de Professeur / Post-Doc / Thèse

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2017 09:33:06 +0200
From: Jean-Christophe GEMINARD
To: gdr-phenix@listes.ens-lyon.fr
Subject: [gdr-phenix] Postes de Professeur / Post-Doc / Thèse

[désolé pour l'envoi multiple, un des pdf était illisible]
Quelques annonces :

* Ouverture d'un poste de Professeur à l'ENSTA Paris-Tech
(voir pdf joint, contact : romain.monchaux@ensta-paristech.fr)

* Offre de post-doc expérimental à pouvoir dès maintenant
entre l’EPFL (Lausanne) et l’IUSTI (Marseille)
(voir pdf joint, contact : Yoel.Forterre@univ-amu.fr)

* Proposition de thèse à l'IPGS (Stasbourg)
(voir pdf joint, contact : renaud.toussaint@unistra.fr)

* Ouverture d'un poste d'Associate Professor à Tokyo
(http://www.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/recruit/?id=820,
envoyé par julien.tailleur@univ-paris-diderot.fr)

--
__________________________________________________________________________________________
Jean-Christophe Géminard, Directeur de Recherches, CNRS
Tél/Fax : (33) 4 72 72 8865/8080 | Web : http://perso.ens-lyon.fr/jean-christophe.geminard
Laboratoire de Physique, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, 46, Allée d'Italie, 69007 Lyon

See Attachement : Post_doc_EPFL.pdf

See Attachement : Sujetfaillestemperature2017.pdf

See Attachement : Poste_EC_ENSTA_DFA_GM_2017_V4.pdf


16th June 2017 : Postdoctoral Positions in Soft Matter/Statistical Mechanics Bengaluru

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2017 16:12:27 +0530
From: Srikanth Sastry
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr
Subject: [info.statphys] Postdoctoral Positions in Soft Matter/Statistical
Mechanics

Dear Colleagues,

I request your help in circulating the information below on open postodoctoral positions in my group (http://www.jncasr.ac.in/sastry), among students and postdoctoral fellows with a suitable background and
may be interested:

Postdoctoral Positions Available:  

http://www.jncasr.ac.in/sastry/postdoc-cefipra.html 

http://www.jncasr.ac.in/sastry/postdoc-ukieri.html 

http://www.jncasr.ac.in/sastry/postdoc-dst-nwo.html 

Interested applicants can write to sastry@jncasr.ac.in with a CV, list of publications, a brief description of past research and future interests. Applicants should also arrange for two letters of
recommendation to be sent directly to the same address. Review of applications will be taken up by the end of June 2017, and will continue till the position is filled.  

Best wishes, 

Srikanth Sastry
Professor
Theoretical Sciences Unit 
Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research 
Jakkur Campus, Bengaluru 560064, INDIA 
Phone: 91 80 2208 2838 
Email: sastry@jncasr.ac.in 
URL: http://www.jncasr.ac.in/sastry


16th June 2017 : Postdocs in Soft Matter/Statistical Mechanics – Bangalore

Dear Colleagues,

I request your help in circulating the information below on open
postodoctoral positions in my group (http://www.jncasr.ac.in/sastry),
among students and postdoctoral fellows with a suitable background and
may be interested:

Postdoctoral Positions Available:

http://www.jncasr.ac.in/sastry/postdoc-cefipra.html

http://www.jncasr.ac.in/sastry/postdoc-ukieri.html

http://www.jncasr.ac.in/sastry/postdoc-dst-nwo.html

Interested applicants can write to sastry@jncasr.ac.in
with a CV, list of publications, a brief
description of past research and future interests. Applicants should
also arrange for two letters of recommendation to be sent directly to
the same address. Review of applications will be taken up by the end of
June 2017, and will continue till the position is filled.

Best wishes,

Srikanth Sastry
Professor
Theoretical Sciences Unit
Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research
Jakkur Campus, Bengaluru 560064, INDIA
Phone: 91 80 2208 2838
Email: sastry@jncasr.ac.in
URL: http://www.jncasr.ac.in/sastry


14th June 2017 : Postdoc in theoretical statistical biophysics in Paris

Dear colleagues,

I am looking for post-doctoral researchers to work on developing new
statistical mechanics methods for immune system analysis, specifically
immune repertoires at the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris. The project
will involve analytically deriving new probabilistic inference methods
and then implementing them (working closely with real datasets). The
ideal candidate should be motivated, curious, analytically and
numerically competent. The project is a collaboration between Aleksandra
Walczak and Thierry Mora.

The position is open from November 1st on, for a duration of up to three
years. Please try and indicate your interest before August 1st 2017.

Interested candidates should contact me (awalczak@lpt.ens.fr) with a CV,
including a list of publications, short paragraph about what they have
worked on so far and why they are interested in this project and three
names of people who I can contact for references.

I would be grateful if you could help me diffuse this message.

thanks,

Aleksandra


12th June 2017 : Post doc position at the Francis Crick Institute

Dear colleagues,

Dr Guillaume Salbreux at the Francis Crick Institute is recruiting for a
post-doc position. Please find the details below together with a link to
the position.

Dr Salbreux laboratory focuses on theoretical physics of biology, with
an emphasis on morphogenetic processes in cells and tissues. Dr Salbreux
is seeking a talented and motivated postdoc to develop a physical model
of cellular and tissue shape changes and the signalling networks
regulating contractility. The goal of the project is to determine 1) how
spatiotemporal recruitment of master regulators regulates changes in
cell mechanics that lead to mitotic morphogenesis, 2) how localized
activation of contractility in cells in a tissue drive tissue
deformations. The research will be carried out in close collaboration
with the laboratory of Pr. Guillaume Charras at UCL. Experiments
performed in the Charras lab will use optogenetics to control cell
signalling, in order to activate contractility at the subcellular cell
level during mitosis and at cellular level in a suspended monolayer. The
project will involve data analysis of experimental results and
comparison between experiments and a physical description of the
dynamics of cell and tissue shape. In addition, the postdoc will
contribute to the development of theories of flows of active matter in
3D and on surfaces, taking into account the dynamics of signalling
molecules that are relevant to biological processes.

https://jobs.crick.ac.uk/pls/corehrrecruit//erq_jobspec_version_4.display_form?p_company=1&p_internal_external=E&p_display_in_irish=N&p_applicant_no=&p_recruitment_id=005168&p_process_type=&p_form_profile_detail=&p_display_apply_ind=Y&p_refresh_search=Y

The
applications will close Sunday 9th July 2017 at 23:30 pm.

Best wishes,

Guillaume


9th June 2017 : PhD and Post-doc position in biophysics/soft matter/fluid mechanics

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 9 Jun 2017 14:26:05 +0000
From: Andreas Carlson
To: "info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr"
Subject: [info.statphys] PhD and Post-doc position in biophysics/soft
matter/fluid mechanics

Dear friends and colleagues, 
Could you please help circulate these opportunities if you know someone that are looking for a post-doc (two positions) or PhD in biophysics/soft-matter/fluid mechanics; 

PhD;
https://www.jobbnorge.no/ledige-stillinger/stilling/138875/phd-research-fellowship-in-fluid-mechanics

Post-Doc (two positions);
https://www.jobbnorge.no/ledige-stillinger/stilling/138984/post-doctoral-research-fellowships-in-membrane-biophysics-and-interfacial-flows-two-positions

Thanks for the help! 

With best regards,
Andreas
—————————————
Andreas Carlson
Associate Professor 
Department of Mathematics 
University of Oslo

E-mail: acarlson@math.uio.no
Phone: (+47) 228-57223
Web: folk.uio.no/acarlson
Skype: carlsona


9th June 2017 : [gdr-phenix] Annonce de postdoc Ens Paris

Date: Thu, 8 Jun 2017 16:45:05 +0200
From: Stephan Fauve
To: gdr-phenix@listes.ens-lyon.fr
Subject: [gdr-phenix] Annonce de postdoc

Bonjour

Veuillez trouver ci- dessous l'annonce d'un postdoc au département de physique de l'ENS pour l'année 2017-18.
http://www.ens.fr/poste-enseignant-chercheur-contractuel-en-physique

Cordialement,
Stephan Fauve


7th June 2017 : Postdoc in computational soft matter – Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

Dear all,

There is a 3-year postdoc opening in my group in the School of Chemical
and Biomedical Engineering in Nanyang Technological University
(Singapore). The project is about computer simulation on self-assembly
of anisotropic colloids and dynamic assembly of active/driven matter. We
will offer internationally highly competitive remuneration and a
multidisciplinary research environment.

To apply for this position, please send your CV and a short description
of yourself to r.ni@ntu.edu.sg. The candidate should have a PhD degree
in a related field by the beginning of the postdoc appointment. The
related fields would be physics, chemistry, materials, chemical
engineering, (computational) mathematics, etc.
I'd be very grateful if you could circulate this opening to any suitable
applicants.

With best regards,

Ran

----
Dr. Ran Ni
Assistant Professor
School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
Nanyang Technological University
62 Nanyang Drive, 637459, Singapore
Office: N1.2-B1-12 Lab: N1.2-B1-05
Tel: +65 6790 6737 (office) +65 6316 8750 (lab)
Email: R.Ni@ntu.edu.sg and rannimail@gmail.com
URL: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/home/r.ni


5th June 2017 : Postdoc in computational biophysics at University College London

Dear Colleagues,

I am looking to recruit a*postdoctoral researcher in computational
biophysics* to join my group at the University College London. The
project seeks to understand the physics of pathological protein
aggregation using computational tools from soft matter and statistical
physics. The research will be carried out in close collaboration with
thelab of Tuomas Knowles at the University of Cambridge. The position is
funded by the Academy of Medical Sciences, and a description is
available here: http://andelasaric.com/opportunities/.

The position is for 2 years in the first instance, starting any time
before November 2017.

Interested candidates should send their CV and a short description of
their research interests to a.saric@ucl.ac.uk
. Informal inquiries welcome!

I would be very grateful if you could forward this email to anyone who
might be interested.

Best wishes

Andela Saric

Dr Andela Saric
University College London
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Institute for the Physics of Living Systems
http://andelasaric.com


31st May 2017 : Postdoc in Soft Matter Physics/Biophysics – Northwestern University

The Center for Computation and Theory of Soft Materials at Northwestern
University seeks outstanding individuals for a postdoctoral fellow in
soft matter physics, theory or simulations. Candidates should have an
interest in biophysics and the application of computational methods for
the design of protein assemblies and/or membranes. Applications will be
considered until August 31, 2017. Application materials should be
submitted to Monica Olvera de la Cruz by e-mail at
m-olvera@northwestern.edu. Applicants should submit (all in PDF format)
a curriculum vitae, and a statement of research (two pages maximum), and
the names and contact information for three references.

/Northwestern University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action
employer. Qualified women and minorities are encouraged to apply. It is
the policy of Northwestern University not to discriminate against any
individual on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin,
gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability,
citizenship, veteran status, or other protected group status. Hiring is
contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States./


31st May 2017 : PhD in theoretical soft matter physics – University of Bayreuth, Germany

Dear all,

please find attached an announcement for a PhD position on a
computational study of reaction dynamics in the theoretical physics
department of the University of Bayreuth, Germany.

With best regards,

Stephan Gekle

See Attachement : catalysis.pdf


31st May 2017 : Postdoc – sensory coding by living systems – ENS Paris

Dear Colleagues,

Please forward the following announcement to whoever might be interested.

I am looking for a post-doc to work at the cross-road of statistical
mechanics, biophysics and computational neuroscience, on
non-equilibrium aspects of sensory coding by living systems.

The position is expected to start on October 1st, 2017, and will last
for two years, with possible renewal depending on funding
availability. Work will be done at Ecole normale superieure, a top
Physics institution in the heart of the Latin quarter in Paris.

A background in statistical physics would be preferred, but applicants
with a strong background in theoretical physics, mathematics,
statistics or computational neuroscience will also be considered.
Applicants should send me a short CV along with the names and emails
of two to three people who could write a reference letter.

best regards,

Thierry Mora
CNRS researcher
Laboratoire de physique statistique
Ecole normale supérieure
Paris, France
tmora@lps.ens.fr


31st May 2017 : Applications opened for a tenured faculty at University of Tokyo




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Subject: [info.statphys] Applications opened for a tenured
faculty at University of Tokyo
Date: Tue, 30 May 2017 11:44:02 +0900
From: Masaki Sano <sano@phys.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp>
Reply-To: sano@phys.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Organization: The University of Tokyo
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr
<info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>

We are seeking to fill an Associate Professor position.

For more details see http://www.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/recruit/?id=820

I would be grateful if you could circulate the announcement below around
you.

Sincerely,

Masaki Sano
Department of Physics
The University of Tokyo

---------------------------------------------------------

*Associate Professor in Experimental Soft Condensed Matter**
Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science, The University of
Tokyo***

The Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science, The University of
Tokyoinvites applications for a tenured faculty position of Associate
Professor in experimental soft condensed matter starting at the earliest
convenience after April 1, 2018.An Associate Professor in The University
of Tokyo is an independent member of the faculty with the freedom to
organize his/her own laboratory. We seek outstanding researchers in
experimental soft condensed matter which is an interdisciplinary
research field of soft material, non-equilibrium statistical mechanics,
and biological physics. These areas include: non-equilibrium behavior of
soft matter, non-equilibrium phase transitions, stochastic
thermodynamics, active matter, hydrodynamics and statistical mechanics
of driven/active systems, and physical approach to biological systems.

The successful candidate should have a Ph.D. degree or equivalent, a
strong research background, and teaching ability at the graduate school
level in soft condensed matter physics. The candidate is expected to
demonstrate his/her research ability and excellence, to develop an
independent research program at an international level and to teach both
undergraduate and graduate courses in Physics. We are committed to
promoting the highest standards in scientific research and teaching
irrespective of background and are interested in receiving applications
from a broad range of candidates. The deadline for applications is
August 18, 2017.

Applicants are required to prepare the following documents: (1)
curriculum vitae, (2) list of publications, (3) copies of up to five
publications, (4) statement of research achievements (up to 2 pages),
(5) research plan (up to 2 pages) and (6) two person’s name, address,
and e-mail address who agreed with writing reference letters if the
personnel committee decided to assess.


For more details see http://www.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/recruit/?id=820

The University of. Tokyo actively promotes gender-equal participation
and contributes to the formation of a gender-equal society.




30th May 2017 : Applications opened for a tenured faculty at University of Tokyo

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 30 May 2017 11:44:02 +0900
From: Masaki Sano
To: "info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr"
Subject: [info.statphys] Applications opened for a tenured faculty at University
of Tokyo

We are seeking to fill an Associate Professor position.

For more details see http://www.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/recruit/?id=820

I would be grateful if you could circulate the announcement below around you.

Sincerely,

Masaki Sano
Department of Physics
The University of Tokyo

---------------------------------------------------------

*Associate Professor in Experimental Soft Condensed Matter**
Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo***

The Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science, The University of
Tokyoinvites applications for a tenured faculty position of Associate Professor
in experimental soft condensed matter starting at the earliest convenience
after April 1, 2018.An Associate Professor in The University of Tokyo is an
independent member of the faculty with the freedom to organize his/her own
laboratory. We seek outstanding researchers in experimental soft condensed
matter which is an interdisciplinary research field of soft material,
non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, and biological physics. These areas
include: non-equilibrium behavior of soft matter, non-equilibrium phase
transitions, stochastic thermodynamics, active matter, hydrodynamics and
statistical mechanics of driven/active systems, and physical approach to
biological systems.

The successful candidate should have a Ph.D. degree or equivalent, a strong
research background, and teaching ability at the graduate school level in soft
condensed matter physics. The candidate is expected to demonstrate his/her
research ability and excellence, to develop an independent research program at
an international level and to teach both undergraduate and graduate courses in
Physics. We are committed to promoting the highest standards in scientific
research and teaching irrespective of background and are interested in
receiving applications from a broad range of candidates. The deadline for
applications is August 18, 2017.

Applicants are required to prepare the following documents: (1) curriculum
vitae, (2) list of publications, (3) copies of up to five publications, (4)
statement of research achievements (up to 2 pages), (5) research plan (up to 2
pages) and (6) two person’s name, address, and e-mail address who agreed with
writing reference letters if the personnel committee decided to assess.

For more details see http://www.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/recruit/?id=820

The University of. Tokyo actively promotes gender-equal participation and
contributes to the formation of a gender-equal society.


29th May 2017 : Biophysics Theory Postdoc > Chemotaxis and Decision Making > Dresden, Germany

Dear colleagues,

We have an opening for a theory postdoc in Biological Physics
for a project on the chemotaxis of sperm cells in dilute concentration
gradients. We want to understand how these cells use decision making
to optimally deal with noise in sensing chemical cues from the egg. This
projects combines physics, biology, and computer science.

It would be great if you could circulate this advertisement to suitable
candidates.

Kind regards,
Benjamin Friedrich

--
Biological Algorithms Group
TU Dresden: Biological Systems Path of the Center for Advancing
Electronics Dresden (cfaed)
https://cfaed.tu-dresden.de/friedrich-home

See Attachement : biophysics_theory_postdoc_chemotaxis_decision_making_dresden.pdf


16th May 2017 : Postdoc Positions in Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics / Cambridge

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 16 May 2017 08:58:31 +0100
From: Mike Cates
To: "info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr"
Subject: [info.statphys] Postdoc Positions in Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics

I am seeking to fill two postdoc positions.

These are funded by my newly awarded ERC Advanced Grant entitled

Active and Driven Systems: Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics (ADSNeSP)

One position is for 3 years, the other for up to 5 years. These roles
will allow significant independence within the overall scope of the
programme. Both appointees will be based in my group in DAMTP (Cambridge).

For more details see http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/13678/

If you know any suitable candidates please ask encourage them to apply.
If you are one, please apply yourself!

The University of Cambridge values diversity and is committed to
equality of opportunity. The Department would particularly welcome
applications from women, since women are, and have historically been,
underrepresented on our research staff.

Mike Cates

--
Michael Cates FRS
Lucasian Professor of Mathematics
and Royal Society Research Professor
DAMTP, Centre for Mathematical Sciences
University of Cambridge
CB3 0WA
United Kingdom

+44 (0)1223 337912

m.e.cates@damtp.cam.ac.uk

--
Michael Cates FRS
Lucasian Professor of Mathematics
and Royal Society Research Professor
DAMTP, Centre for Mathematical Sciences
University of Cambridge
CB3 0WA
United Kingdom

+44 (0)1223 337912

m.e.cates@damtp.cam.ac.uk


16th May 2017 : Professorship in Nonlinear Mathematical Sciences – DAMTP, Cambridge U.

Dear all,

The Professorship of Nonlinear Mathematical Sciences in DAMTP is open.
Please see the complete ad here:

http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/13565/

Regards,

Ray Goldstein

--
Professor Raymond E. Goldstein FRS
Schlumberger Professor of Complex Physical Systems
Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
Centre for Mathematical Sciences
University of Cambridge
Wilberforce Road
Cambridge CB3 0WA, UK

voice: 44 (0)1223 337908
fax: 44 (0)1223 765900

email: R.E.Goldstein@damtp.cam.ac.uk
web: http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/gold


16th May 2017 : Postdocs in Statistical Physics – Cambrdige U.

I am seeking to fill two postdoc positions.

These are funded by my newly awarded ERC Advanced Grant entitled

Active and Driven Systems: Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics (ADSNeSP)

One position is for 3 years, the other for up to 5 years. These roles
will allow significant independence within the overall scope of the
programme. Both appointees will be based in my group in DAMTP (Cambridge).

For more details see http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/13678/

If you know any suitable candidates please ask encourage them to apply.
If you are one, please apply yourself!

The University of Cambridge values diversity and is committed to
equality of opportunity. The Department would particularly welcome
applications from women, since women are, and have historically been,
underrepresented on our research staff.

Mike Cates

--
Michael Cates FRS
Lucasian Professor of Mathematics
and Royal Society Research Professor
DAMTP, Centre for Mathematical Sciences
University of Cambridge
CB3 0WA
United Kingdom

+44 (0)1223 337912

m.e.cates@damtp.cam.ac.uk


16th May 2017 : Postdoc Positions in Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics




-------- Forwarded Message --------

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Subject: [info.statphys] Postdoc Positions in Nonequilibrium
Statistical Physics
Date: Tue, 16 May 2017 08:58:31 +0100
From: Mike Cates <m.e.cates@damtp.cam.ac.uk>
Reply-To: m.e.cates@damtp.cam.ac.uk
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr
<info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>

I am seeking to fill two postdoc positions.

These are funded by my newly awarded ERC Advanced Grant entitled

Active and Driven Systems: Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics (ADSNeSP)

One position is for 3 years, the other for up to 5 years. These roles
will allow significant independence within the overall scope of the
programme. Both appointees will be based in my group in DAMTP (Cambridge).

For more details see http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/13678/

If you know any suitable candidates please ask encourage them to apply.
If you are one, please apply yourself!

The University of Cambridge values diversity and is committed to
equality of opportunity. The Department would particularly welcome
applications from women, since women are, and have historically been,
underrepresented on our research staff.

Mike Cates


--
Michael Cates FRS
Lucasian Professor of Mathematics
and Royal Society Research Professor
DAMTP, Centre for Mathematical Sciences
University of Cambridge
CB3 0WA
United Kingdom

+44 (0)1223 337912

m.e.cates@damtp.cam.ac.uk


--
Michael Cates FRS
Lucasian Professor of Mathematics
and Royal Society Research Professor
DAMTP, Centre for Mathematical Sciences
University of Cambridge
CB3 0WA
United Kingdom

+44 (0)1223 337912

m.e.cates@damtp.cam.ac.uk



15th May 2017 : Poste de Maître de Conférences dans la spécialité « Ondes et Acoustique » à l’ESPCI Paris

Subject:
[GDR MesoImage] Poste de Maître de Conférences dans la spécialité "Ondes et Acoustique" à l’ESPCI Paris
Date:
Mon, 15 May 2017 10:11:18 +0200 (CEST)
From:
Sergey Skipetrov
Reply-To:
Sergey Skipetrov
To:
mesoimage@listes.grenoble.cnrs.fr

Un poste de Maître de Conférences dans la spécialité "Ondes et Acoustique" est à pourvoir à l’ESPCI Paris.
La date limite pour le dépôt des candidatures est fixée au 22 mai 2017.
Vous trouverez plus d’information sur le site des concours de la Ville de Paris en suivant le lien:
https://teleservices.paris.fr/fow/site-cep/jsp/site/Portal.jsp?page=fiche&id=1025 


12th May 2017 : [Annonce] : Infos Paris-Saclay

Message de la Présidente à destination des personnels et étudiants de l'Université Paris-Sud

 

Cher(e)s collègues et étudiant(e)s

Afin de vous présenter les évolutions du projet Paris-Saclay et d'échanger ensemble, je vous propose de participer à une série de réunions-débats autour de la construction de l'Université Paris-Saclay.

 

Ces réunions auront lieu sur les sites et aux dates suivants :

    - mardi 16 mai de 16h30 à 18h à la Faculté de Médecine au Kremlin-Bicêtre - amphi B

    - mercredi 17 mai de 12h30 à 14h à Orsay : bâtiment 450 amphi G1

    - mardi 23 mai de 13h à 15h à Sceaux (concerne Faculté de Droit et IUT de Sceaux) : Faculté Jean Monnet - salle Vedel

    - mercredi 24 mai de 12h30 à 14h à l'IUT de Cachan - amphi 1

    - jeudi 1er juin de 13h à 15h à l'UFR de Pharmacie à Châtenay-Malabry - amphi 3

D'autre part pour votre information, j'ai organisé différentes réunions destinées à échanger et travailler sur ce projet :

- Réunion des conseils de l'Université consacrée à Paris-Saclay le 10 mai 2017 où j'ai proposé de réactiver le Comité d'Orientation Stratégique afin de travailler ensemble sur le projet,

- Réunion des Directeurs d'Unités le 12 mai 2017,

- Réunion des Directeurs des services centraux et des Délégués de la Directrice Générale des Services (chargés de diffuser l’information et de susciter les échanges au niveau des services centraux et des composantes) le 12 mai 2017,

- Réunion des personnels de Paris-Sud qui sont chargés de mission et/ou responsables de structures Paris-Saclay, le 16 mai 2017.

Je vous prie de croire, chers collègues, chers étudiants, en mon dévouement sans faille envers notre Université.

Sylvie Retailleau

Présidente de l'Université Paris-Sud


12th May 2017 : Fwd: open position « Professorship in Theoretical Physics »

Dear colleagues,

Maynooth University (in Ireland, in the greater Dublin area)
is running a search for a professorship in theoretical
physics:

https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/human-resources/vacancies/professor-theoretical-physics-department-theoretical-physics

Please distribute to anyone who might be interested.  The
deadline for applying is May 28th.

Note that this is primarily an undergraduate institution.
The environment might be well-suited for those researchers
who enjoy teaching a lot at undergraduate Bachelors levels.

Best,

Masud

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Dr. M. Haque, Lecturer, Department of Theoretical Physics
Maynooth University, Co. Kildare, Ireland
Off. +353-1-708-3764    Mob. +31-6-1116-0834
http://www.pks.mpg.de/~haque/
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2nd May 2017 : Postdoc in polymer and chromosome physics – SISSA (Trieste, Italy)

Dear colleagues and friends,

there is an opening for a 2-year post-doctoral position at SISSA
(www.sissa.it) in Trieste (Italy) about:
- Statistical Mechanics of Entangled Polymer Systems
- Polymer Models for Chromosome Organization

The position will start on 1 October 2017.

I am seeking for a candidate with a PhD degree in Physics who is already
familiar with the phenomenology of polymer physics and has experience
with Monte-Carlo and Brownian Dynamics methods applied to polymer
solutions, polymer systems and/or generic soft matter systems.

Interested people should sent the CV and a brief summary of previous
research achievements to:
Dr. Angelo Rosa - anrosa@sissa.it

I would be grateful if you can disseminate this announcement amongst
relevant colleagues.

--
Angelo Rosa
PhD in "Statistical and Biological Physics"
Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati (Sissa/Isas)
Via Bonomea 265 - 34136 Trieste (Italy)
Personal web-page: www.sissa.it/~anrosa
Room #335
Phone: +39 040 3787 876
Fax: +39 040 3787 528


26th April 2017 : Postdoc Toulouse

-------- Message transféré --------
Sujet :
postdoc advert
Date :
Wed, 26 Apr 2017 13:46:39 +0200
De :
Sylvie Tournier
Pour :
Nicolas Destainville

Bonjour Nicolas,
Pourrais tu faire diffuser cette annonce auprès de tes collègues? Nous recherchons un postdoc physicien dès que possible pour travailler sur la modélisation de la ségrégation des chromosomes dans notre
équipe.
Par avance merci,

Sylvie

See Attachement : Postdocadvert2017.pdf

See Attachement : Portion de message joint


25th April 2017 : Fwd: [soft-matter] Soft matter research and teaching, ESPCI Paris

ESPCI, Paris is recruiting a non-tenured Lecturer for the 2017-2018
academic year. The profile includes teaching and research activities.

* Teaching activity: Supervision of practical work in C programming
(first year of engineering studies), programming with Matlab (2nd year
of engineering studies).
The teaching is often structured as a research project involving
molecular dynamics or acoustics applications. It is taught in small groups
with highly motivated students.

* Research can be associated with the Gulliver laboratory in the fields
of statistical mechanics, hydrodynamics, active matter, elasticity,
biophysics.
The laboratory has active theoretical and experimental groups.
http://www.gulliver.espci.fr/

Applicants should hold a PhD. A statistical physics background in out
of equilibrium physics and/or condensed matter physics is welcome.
A good knowledge of programming is a must.

Applicants should send a covering letter outlining their interests
together with a CV and letters of recommendation to
didier.cassereau@espci.fr and
anthony.maggs@espci.fr
The formal application should be sent to recrutement@espci.fr

Formal announcement:
https://www.espci.fr/fr/espci-paris/recrutement-et-concours/2017/maitre-de-conferences-contractuel-ater-en-8237

ESPCI is an applied science and engineering school, as well as a CNRS
research centre based in the centre of the city of Paris.

Contacts and information:

anthony.maggs@espci.fr
didier.cassereau@espci.fr


12th April 2017 : Openings for PhD and PhD student positions (fwd)

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2017 10:48:18 +0200
From: G.Naegele
To: trizac@lptms.u-psud.fr
Subject: Openings for PhD and PhD student positions

Dear Professor Trizac,

Please, find attached an opening for a Postdoc and a PhD student position, respectively.

I would be very grateful if you could bring these openings to the attention of suitable students and postdocs.

Thank you very much, sincerely yours,

Gerhard Naegele

P.S. My apologize if this email reaches you twice.

-------------------------------------------------
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Naegele
Institute of Complex Systems (ICS-3)
Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH
D-52428 Juelich, Germany
g.naegele@fz-juelich.de

Total Attachments : 2 attachments

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Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH
52425 Juelich
Sitz der Gesellschaft: Juelich
Eingetragen im Handelsregister des Amtsgerichts Dueren Nr. HR B 3498
Vorsitzender des Aufsichtsrats: MinDir Dr. Karl Eugen Huthmacher
Geschaeftsfuehrung: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Marquardt (Vorsitzender),
Karsten Beneke (stellv. Vorsitzender), Prof. Dr.-Ing. Harald Bolt,
Prof. Dr. Sebastian M. Schmidt
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See Attachement : PhD_student_Opening_Naegele_2017.pdf

See Attachement : Postdoc_Opening_Naegele_2017.pdf


12th April 2017 : opening professor position in Nice (fwd)

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2017 14:28:56 +0200
From: Patrizia Vignolo To: Patrizia Vignolo
Subject: opening professor position in Nice

Dear Collegues,

A full professor position should soon be opened at the university of Nice
Sophia Antipolis,
in France. The person that will be hired is expected to start working here
around september 2017.
This position will be opened for the research laboratory called INPHYNI, which
is the union
of two former research laboratories from the Nice area, LPMC (lpmc.unice.fr)
and INLN (www.inln.cnrs.fr).
The research profile is broad (see the joined profile), covering all
the research themes that are active in the laboratory, in order to
interest as many candidates as possible.

If you are aware of people who might be interested in this position, please
communicate
this message to them. They can contact us or the director of the lab, Mr
Guillaume Huyet (guillaume.huyet@inphyni.cnrs.fr).

Best regards,
Patrizia Vignolo et Frédéric Hébert.

--------------------------

Chers collègues,

Un poste de professeur devrait prochainement être ouvert à l'université de Nice
Sophia
Antipolis. Ce poste sera ouvert au fil de l'eau avec pour objectif un
recrutement pour
la rentrée 2017. Ce poste est ouvert pour le laboratoire INPHYNI, qui est la
réunion de
deux anciens laboratoires niçois, le LPMC (lpmc.unice.fr) et l'INLN
(www.inln.cnrs.fr).
Le profil de recherche est très large (voir pièce jointe) afin d'attirer tous
les candidats qui
pourraient s'insérer dans les thématiques du laboratoire.

Si vous connaissez des personnes qui pourraient être intéressées par ce poste,
merci de
leur communiquer cette annonce. Elles peuvent nous contacter ou contacter
directement
le directeur du laboratoire, Guillaume Huyet (guillaume.huyet@inphyni.cnrs.fr).

Cordialement,
Patrizia Vignolo et Frédéric Hébert.

---------------

See Attachement : Fiche_ID_410_EN.pdf


10th April 2017 : Post-doc position in soft/active/biological matter – Kyoto

Dear colleague,

One post-doc position is available in computational science of
soft/active/biological matter at Kyoto University in my group, with
appointments until March 31, 2020. Please be aware that the deadline for
the application is April 30, 2017.

Research areas include:
- Development and application of hydrodynamic coupling methods for
colloidal systems (both from purely scientific (ex. multi-phase/physics
modeling, active systems, ...) and practical (ex. large scale
simulations using HPC, commercialization, ...) aspects)
- Multi-scale/meso-scale modeling for active systems such as swimming
microorganisms
- Theoretical/Numerical modeling for cellular systems such as soft
biological tissues
Our previous activities can be seen at
http://www-tph.cheme.kyoto-u.ac.jp/index.php?ry%2Fen%2FPublication

Applicants should have a PhD in physics, mathematics, physical
chemistry, material science, chemical engineering, or a related field.
Prior experience in the field of theory or simulations of
soft/active/biological matter will be an advantage. Applications must
include the following documents.
- CV
- List of publications
- Reprints of representative papers (up to 3)
- Summary of past research
- Statement of research interests
- Contact details of at least 2 scientific referees

See also http://www-tph.cheme.kyoto-u.ac.jp/index.php?en%2FOpenPosition

Please contact me by e-mail (ryoichi@cheme.kyoto-u.ac.jp) for further
information.

Best wishes,

Ryoichi
--
Ryoichi Yamamoto, Professor
Department of Chemical Engineering, Kyoto University
>>>> KAPSEL-3.0 Released <<<<
http://www-tph.cheme.kyoto-u.ac.jp/kapsel


7th April 2017 : Head of Lab @ PSI and Professorship @ ETH Zürich




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Subject: Head of Lab @ PSI and Professorship @ ETH Zürich
Date: Thu, 6 Apr 2017 06:35:57 +0000
From: Bercher Renate (PSI) <renate.bercher@psi.ch>
To: Mudry Christopher (PSI) <christopher.mudry@psi.ch>


Dear Colleagues

 

The Paul Scherrer
Institute (PSI) and ETH Zurich (ETHZ) have created a
joint position with the dual task of heading the new
laboratory for Scientific Computing and Modelling (LSCM)
at PSI (a 60% position) and a Professorship within the
Department of Materials at ETH Zurich (a 40% position).
The condensed matter theory (CMT) group at PSI will
become part of LSCM.

 

Please find attached
the official announcement for this joint position. Feel
free to contact me (
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Research with
Neutrons and Muons at PSI, for any further information
regarding this position.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

lang="EN-US">Dr. Christopher Mudry

Head Condensed Matter Theory Group

Paul Scherrer Institut

WHGA/128

CH-5232 Villigen PSI

Switzerland

Tel: +41 56 310 42 47

Fax: +41 56 310 31 31

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Web:  style="font-size:10.0pt"> href="https://mail.ethz.ch/owa/redir.aspx?C=Dx0PbBK2PVouIr5SM-M_l1sPrXF1HYiZVJaR0oM8ac75i_9vU3vUCA..&URL=https%3a%2f%2fmail.ethz.ch%2fowa%2fredir.aspx%3fC%3dITxRdUvHKUNxWrIJb7HJ-Dlrg0ntmMci4GZledgVneofsIF5fXrUCA..%26URL%3dhttp%253a%252f%252fwww.psi.ch%252fcmt%252fchristopher-mudry"
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7th April 2017 : PhD in Theoretical Biological Physics – MPI Göttingen

Dear colleagues,

A PhD position is available in my group to work on the dynamic
patterning during plant development
Please forward this announcement to potentially interested candidates.

Thank you,
Karen Alim

The Max Planck Research Group on Biological Physics and Morphogenesis is
seeking to fill a

*PhD position (m/f)***

*in Theoretical Biological Physics*.

We are looking for excellent, highly motivated early-career researchers
to join our research team.

How does form and pattern arise in a living organism? Plants are the
ideal model system to investigate the interplay of hormones and
mechanical forces during growth. In plants a single hormone called auxin
forms a variety of different patterns ranging from spots, to streams to
fountain-like structures. As part of the newly established research unit
2581 on “Morphodynamics of Plants” we want to investigate how auxin and
cell mechanics together give rise to the highly dynamic patterns in
roots. To tackle this project you will have access to the tissue
simulation developed in our group and to experimental data of growing
roots from our collaborators.

The PhD position is limited to three years. Starting date is *September
1, 2017*.

The PhD candidate should have a Master’s degree (or comparable) in
physics, applied mathematics, or in a related field. The ideal candidate
should have a background in quantitative biology, soft matter or
statistical physics. Programming skills are highly desired.

In close collaboration with the Georg August University, a structured
PhD program is offered in the graduate program of the Physics
Department, or in the graduate program on the Physics of Biological and
Complex Systems.

The PhD position is limited to three years. The salary and working hours
are in accordance with the funding guidelines of the Max Planck Society
for junior scientists, salary is 2/3 of E13 TVöD-Bund.

The Max-Planck society is committed to increasing the number of
individuals with disabilities in its workforce and therefore encourages
applications from such qualified individuals. The Max Planck Society
seeks to increase the number of women in those areas where they are
underrepresented and therefore explicitly encourages women to apply.

To apply, please send your CV, publication list, a statement of
interests and at least two letters of reference. Your statement of
interests should briefly describe your past and current research
interests and why you are interested in joining our group. For full
consideration please send your application material in a single pdf
file, quoting reference no. *08/2017*, until *May 15, 2017* by email to
karen.alim@ds.mpg.de .

*MPI for Dynamics and Self-Organization*

Dr. Karen Alim

Am Faßberg 17, 37077 Göttingen, Germany

www.bpm.ds.mpg.de

karen.alim@ds.mpg.de


6th April 2017 : Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Applied Mathematics with focus on Stochastic Dynamical Systems – Stockholm

Dear Colleagues:

Please find the details of a Tenure Track Faculty position in Applied
Mathematics in Stockholm at

http://www.su.se/english/about/vacancies/vacancies-new-list?rmpage=job&rmjob=2985&rmlang=UK​

Your sincerely,

J.S. Wettlaufer


2nd April 2017 : Postdoc – statistical mechanics and transport of complex fluids – NTNU Trondheim

I have a postdoc position available in my group at NTNU in Trondheim on
transport properties of complex fluids, especially ionic liquids and
electrolyte solutions. The department is fairly applied, but this is on
the far fundamental side of it, so statistical physicists or theoretical
chemists are very welcome. Here is the link to the vacancy:

https://www.jobbnorge.no/ledige-stillinger/stilling/136568/postdoc-position-in-statistical-mechanics-and-transport-properties-of-complex-fluids-kinetic-theory-and-or-simulation-so-iv-22-17

Please pass this along to anyone who you think might be interested. The
deadline for applying is the first of May. Please also don't hesitate
to contact me for more information.

Best regards,

Astrid de Wijn

------------------------------------------------------------
astrid@syonax.net
astrid.dewijn@ntnu.no
dewijn@fysik.su.se
------------------------------------------------------------
Dr. Astrid S. de Wijn
Associate Professor
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Tel: +4773597098
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31st March 2017 : Post-doctoral fellowship – Computational (Bio)Physics – University of Lisbon

APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN - DEADLINE APRIL 14 2017

A post-doctoral position will be available from May 2017 for a period of
24 months to work in simulations of protein folding and aggregation with
Patricia Faisca at the University of Lisbon.

Work will focus on an interdisciplinary project targeted at studying the
physical basis of dialysis related amyloidosis and will combine
theoretical predictions from molecular simulations with experimental
verification via AFM experiments (Mário Rodrigues). This project is part
of a long term collaboration between the group of Patrícia Faísca
(Department of Physics and BioISI Institute, University of Lisbon,
PORTUGAL) and the group of Eugene Shakhnovich (Department of Chemistry
and Chemical Biology, Harvard University).
The successful candidate will be part of the Physics of Biological
Systems group (http://bioisi.campus.ciencias.ulisboa.pt/node/21
) and will also be
affiliated with the Magnetic Nanosystems Group
(http://bioisi.campus.ciencias.ulisboa.pt/node/22
), both at the BioISI
Institute.
Applicants should have a PhD in physics (preferred) or theoretical
chemistry. Candidates with experience in C/C++ programming and knowledge
of computational statistical physics and / or experience in molecular
simulation will be preferred.
The amount of the scholarship amounts to € 1.495
(http://www.fct.pt/apoios/bolsas/valores
). The fellowship holder will
have a personal accident insurance and, if not covered by any social
protection scheme can ensure the right to social security through
adherence to the voluntary social insurance scheme, pursuant to "Código
dos Regimes Contributivos do Sistema Previdencial de Segurança Social".
The fellowship will be paid monthly by bank transfer.
To apply please send a detailed CV, motivation letter and two reference
letters to bioisidirector@fc.ul.pt (CC:
pffaisca@fc.ul.pt ).
Candidates will be assessed by the quality of their CV (70%) and
experience in the required methodologies (20%) and an interview (through
Skype for non-residents) (10%).
*The call for applications is open from March 30th – April 14 2017.*
*
*

--
==
Patrícia F.N. Faísca, PhD
Assistant Professor & Group Leader
Department of Physics & BioISI - Integrative Sciences Institute
Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa
Campo Grande, Edificio C8, 1649-016 Lisboa, PORTUGAL
P: +351 21 7904819
F: +351 21 7954288
W: http://webpages.fc.ul.pt/~pffaisca/

"The physicists won't like me because I'm a renegade from physics...and
the chemists won't like me because I'm a physicist. And the biologists
won't like me because I do biology. And the mathematicians won't know
about me because I don't do mathematics" - C.P. Snow


29th March 2017 : Theoretical biological physics postdoc – MPI-PKS Dresden

Dear colleagues,

Our institute announces multiple postdoctoral openings in
theoretical biological physics (announcement attached).
We would be grateful if you could circulate this information
among potential candidates who might be interested.

Thank you very much,

Frank Jülicher
______________________________________________________

Prof. Dr. Frank Jülicher
Director
Max Planck Institut tel: +49 351 871 1202
für Physik komplexer Systeme fax: +49 351 871 1299
Nöthnitzer Str. 38julicher@pks.mpg.de
01187 Dresden, Germanyhttp://www.pks.mpg.de
_____________________________________________________

See Attachement : bppd_April21_2017.pdf


28th March 2017 : Lectureship in Theoretical Physics, Bristol University

Dear colleagues

I would like to bring your attention to a faculty position in
Theoretical Physics: Optical Theory, Wave Physics and Topological
Photonics, we are advertising in the Theoretical Physics group at the
university of Bristol:
_http://www.bristol.ac.uk/jobs/find/details.html?nPostingID=5750&nPostingTargetID=21648&option=28&sort=DESC&respnr=1&ID=Q50FK026203F3VBQBV7V77V83&keywords=theoretical&Resultsperpage=10&lg=UK&mask=uobext_

I would be very grateful if you could bring this advert to the
attention of any suitable candidates you might know, and encourage them
to apply. The closing date is 23 April 2017.

With kind regards

Mark

_________________________________________________
Professor Mark Dennis
Head of Theoretical Physics Group
School of Physics
University of Bristol
Tyndall Avenue
Bristol BS8 1TL
UK
+44 (0)117 9288761
www.bristol.ac.uk/physics/people/mark-r-dennis/

www.markrdennis.com
______________________________________________________


27th March 2017 : PhD in computational and experimental biophysics – UCL

Dear All,

We are inviting applications for *one EPSRC funded PhD studentship* in
the area of *Experimental and Computational Biophysics* starting October
2017 at University College London. The project will be carried out
jointly in the Institute of Structural Molecular Biology
, London Centre for Nanotechnology
, and theDepartment of Physics & Astronomy
at UCL. Deadline for applications is *May 01
2017*.**

More details can be found at
https://www.findaphd.com/search/ProjectDetails.aspx?PJID=84783

*_Project Title_: Competitive interactions in heterogeneous cancer cell
populations: a multimodal imaging, machine learning and computational
modelling approach*
*
*
*_Project Description:_*
*_
_*
Most adult human cancers originate from transformation of a single cell
within an epithelial cell sheet. Then, several rounds of mutation and
selection are believed to give rise to tumour progenitors. At the
molecular level, the sequence of events leading to cancer progression is
becoming better characterised. Recent work suggests that transformed
cells compete with their less transformed neighbours, although this is
poorly understood. The outcome of such competition likely depends on
environmental conditions. This project will use long-term microscopy,
state-of-the-art image analysis and computational models to characterise
competition in cancer.

In this project, we propose to examine how microenvironmental selection
forces affect the outcome of competition between different cell
lineages. In the simplest configuration, we will consider a competition
between two cell types at different stages of cancer progression. We
will examine the outcome of this competition by analysing cell
proliferation in co-cultures under normal and stressful conditions. We
propose to examine how environmental conditions such as nutrient
depletion, hypoxia, or exposure to anti-cancer drugs affect competition
between cell types. Experiments will be run on a custom built microscope
that enables continuous imaging over periods of several days. Cells are
seeded either on circular micro-patterns or within microfluidic devices.
Images are analysed using a custom-written software pipeline that can
track individual cells, recognise cell cycle stage, and generate lineage
trees (https://youtu.be/dsjUnRwu33k).

We will interpret our experimental results using game theory to
understand competition between cell types under different stress
conditions. Here, opposing cell types adopt strategies (for example
selfish or regulated growth) intended to maximise their fitness within
the environment. Game theoretic constructs such as the Prisoner’s
Dilemma, have been used to make theoretical predictions about growth
rates in mixed cell populations. Here, we seek to provide direct
experimental measurements of cell proliferation under selection
pressure, to compare with theoretical predictions, and provide a clearer
picture of the earliest events in tumourogenesis.

The project will focus on the following objectives:
1)Develop a multimodal imaging assay to continuously image co-cultures
of cells
2)Train and optimise machine-learning algorithms to detect and label cells
3)Characterise the interactions between non-transformed cells and cells
with different mutations.
4)Characterise how anti-cancer drugs modulate the outcome of competition
5)Integrate experimental data into the computational modelling framework

This is a collaborative project between:

- *Dr Alan R Lowe* (London Centre for Nanotechnology and ISMB,
http://lowe.cs.ucl.ac.uk/)
-*Prof. Guillaume Charras* (LCN,
https://www.london-nano.com/our-people/academics/guillaume-charras) and
-*Dr Shiladitya Banerjee* (Department of Physics,
http://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/profile?upi=SBANE26)

*_Funding Notes_*

Candidates must either be UK residents, or EU residents who have been
living in the UK for 3 years prior to the project commencing. EU
residents who have not been living in the UK are eligible for fee only
awards.

Best,
Shiladitya

-----------------------------------------------------------
Dr. Shiladitya Banerjee
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Institute for the Physics of Living Systems
University College London

E20 Physics Building, Gower Street
London WC1E 6BT, UK
Phone: (+44) 020 7679 7209
http://shiladitya-banerjee.com
-----------------------------------------------------------


15th March 2017 : PhD position in Biological Physics | TU Dresden (deadline 18.04.)

A PhD position is available in the "Biological Algorithms Group" of
cfaed (TU Dresden, Germany) on theory of synchronization in cilia
carpets, starting July 1st, 2017.

Please forward this announcement to potentially interested candidates.
Informal inquiries should be send to benjamin.m.friedrich@tu-dresden.de
.

Thank you
Benjamin Friedrich
Biological Algorithms Group, cfaed, TU Dresden

*PhD position*
We are hiring a PhD student for an innovative project on collective
synchronization in cilia carpets, with anticipated funding from the DFG
priority program “Microswimmers” (SPP 1726).

*The project*
Inside our airways, thousands of hair-like cilia beat with a common
rhythm. Yet, there is no master pace maker and synchronization occurs
purely by local coupling, providing a striking example of self-organized
dynamics. You will develop a theory of robust synchronization in cilia
carpets, in order to unveil physical mechanisms of collective
synchronization. You will have access to state-of-the art hydrodynamic
simulation tools, established in our group, and a novel framework of
Lagrangian mechanics for active, elastic structures, such as beating
cilia. More information: Klindt et al. Phys. Rev. Lett. (2016).

*TU Dresden*
Dresden unites excellence in information and life sciences. We enjoy the
close proximity of collaboration partners at the Max Planck Institute of
Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, the Biotechnology Center, and the
new Center for Systems Biology Dresden, which allows rapid iteration
loops between theory and experiment.

*Application Procedure*
Your application (in English only) should include: a motivation letter,
your CV with publication list, the names and contact details of two
references, copy of degree certificate, and transcript of grades (i.e.
the official list of coursework including your grades). Please include
also a link to your Master’s thesis. Complete applications should be
submitted preferably by e-mail as a single PDF-document quoting the
reference number PhD-1703 in the subject header to
recruiting.cfaed@tu-dresden.de
(Please note: We are currently not able to receive electronically signed
and encrypted data) or alternatively by post to: TU Dresden, cfaed, Frau
Dr. P. Grünberg, 01062 Dresden, Germany. The closing date for
applications is 18.04.2017 (stamped arrival date of the university
central mail service applies). Please submit copies only, as your
application will not be returned to you. Expenses incurred in attending
interviews cannot be reimbursed.

--
Biological Algorithms Group
TU Dresden: Biological Systems Path of the Center for Advancing
Electronics Dresden (cfaed)
https://cfaed.tu-dresden.de/friedrich-home

Gunther-Landgrafbau (GLB), room 6-227 (2nd floor)
Mommsenstr. 15, 01069 Dresden
phone: +49 351 463-42341 (in urgent cases: +49 177
47 55 154 )

See Attachement : phd_position_biological_algorithms_group_flagellar_synchronization.pdf


14th March 2017 : Post-doctoral fellowship – Computational (Bio)Physics – University of Lisbon

A post-doctoral position will be available from May 2017 for a period of
24 months to work in simulations of protein folding and aggregation with
Patricia Faisca at the University of Lisbon.

Work will focus on an interdisciplinary project targeted at studying the
physical basis of dialysis related amyloidosis and will combine
theoretical predictions from molecular simulations with experimental
verification via AFM experiments (Mário Rodrigues). This project is part
of a long term collaboration between the group of Patrícia Faísca
(Department of Physics and BioISI Institute, University of Lisbon,
PORTUGAL) and the group of Eugene Shakhnovich (Department of Chemistry
and Chemical Biology, Harvard University).
The successful candidate will be part of the Physics of Biological
Systems group (http://bioisi.campus.ciencias.ulisboa.pt/node/21
) and will also be
affiliated with the Magnetic Nanosystems Group
(http://bioisi.campus.ciencias.ulisboa.pt/node/22
), both at the BioISI
Institute.
Applicants should have a PhD in physics (preferred) or theoretical
chemistry. Candidates with experience in C/C++ programming and knowledge
of computational statistical physics and / or experience in molecular
simulation will be preferred.
The amount of the scholarship amounts to € 1.495
(http://www.fct.pt/apoios/bolsas/valores
). The fellowship holder will
have a personal accident insurance and, if not covered by any social
protection scheme can ensure the right to social security through
adherence to the voluntary social insurance scheme, pursuant to "Código
dos Regimes Contributivos do Sistema Previdencial de Segurança Social".
The fellowship will be paid monthly by bank transfer.
To apply please send a detailed CV, motivation letter and two reference
letters to bioisidirector@fc.ul.pt (CC:
pffaisca@fc.ul.pt ).
Candidates will be assessed by the quality of their CV (70%) and
experience in the required methodologies (20%) and an interview (through
Skype for non-residents) (10%).
*The call for applications is open from March 30th – April 14 2017.*

--
==
Patrícia F.N. Faísca, PhD
Assistant Professor & Group Leader
Department of Physics & BioISI - Integrative Sciences Institute
Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa
Campo Grande, Edificio C8, 1649-016 Lisboa, PORTUGAL
P: +351 21 7904819
F: +351 21 7954288
W: http://webpages.fc.ul.pt/~pffaisca/

"The physicists won't like me because I'm a renegade from physics...and
the chemists won't like me because I'm a physicist. And the biologists
won't like me because I do biology. And the mathematicians won't know
about me because I don't do mathematics" - C.P. Snow


14th March 2017 : Fwd: [soft-matter] Post-doctoral fellowship – Computational (Bio)Physics – University of Lisbon

A post-doctoral position will be available from May 2017 for a period of
24 months to work in simulations of protein folding and aggregation with
Patricia Faisca at the University of Lisbon.

Work will focus on an interdisciplinary project targeted at studying the
physical basis of dialysis related amyloidosis and will combine
theoretical predictions from molecular simulations with experimental
verification via AFM experiments (Mário Rodrigues). This project is part
of a long term collaboration between the group of Patrícia Faísca
(Department of Physics and BioISI Institute, University of Lisbon,
PORTUGAL) and the group of Eugene Shakhnovich (Department of Chemistry
and Chemical Biology, Harvard University).
The successful candidate will be part of the Physics of Biological
Systems group (http://bioisi.campus.ciencias.ulisboa.pt/node/21
) and will also be
affiliated with the Magnetic Nanosystems Group
(http://bioisi.campus.ciencias.ulisboa.pt/node/22
), both at the BioISI
Institute.
Applicants should have a PhD in physics (preferred) or theoretical
chemistry. Candidates with experience in C/C++ programming and knowledge
of computational statistical physics and / or experience in molecular
simulation will be preferred.
The amount of the scholarship amounts to € 1.495
(http://www.fct.pt/apoios/bolsas/valores
). The fellowship holder will
have a personal accident insurance and, if not covered by any social
protection scheme can ensure the right to social security through
adherence to the voluntary social insurance scheme, pursuant to "Código
dos Regimes Contributivos do Sistema Previdencial de Segurança Social".
The fellowship will be paid monthly by bank transfer.
To apply please send a detailed CV, motivation letter and two reference
letters to bioisidirector@fc.ul.pt (CC:
pffaisca@fc.ul.pt ).
Candidates will be assessed by the quality of their CV (70%) and
experience in the required methodologies (20%) and an interview (through
Skype for non-residents) (10%).
*The call for applications is open from March 30th – April 14 2017.*

--
==
Patrícia F.N. Faísca, PhD
Assistant Professor & Group Leader
Department of Physics & BioISI - Integrative Sciences Institute
Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa
Campo Grande, Edificio C8, 1649-016 Lisboa, PORTUGAL
P: +351 21 7904819
F: +351 21 7954288
W: http://webpages.fc.ul.pt/~pffaisca/

"The physicists won't like me because I'm a renegade from physics...and
the chemists won't like me because I'm a physicist. And the biologists
won't like me because I do biology. And the mathematicians won't know
about me because I don't do mathematics" - C.P. Snow


10th March 2017 : Re: offres de postdoc au CEA (fwd)

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Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2017 13:02:04 +0100
From: LEMARCHAND Claire
Subject: Re: offres de postdoc au CEA

Bonjour,

Merci de trouver ci-joint deux offres de postdoc au CEA.

La premiere offre concerne la mise en place de simulations gros grains de type
"Dissipative Particle Dynamics" (DPD) appliquees aux polymeres dans le code
ExaStamp qui fonctionne sur le centre de calcul du CEA. Un accent particulier
est mis sur la prise en compte de l'anisotropie des gros grains pour reproduire
les proprietes structurales et dynamiques du materiau.

La deuxieme offre a pour objectif la mise en place dans le code ExaStamp de
simulations a des longueurs et temps caracteristiques de l'ordre de ceux
associes a la DPD et plus grands (Slip Link). Pour ce postdoc un accent
particulier est mis sur l'obtention d'un code performant et hautement
parallelise (vectorisation, multithreading).

Les deux postdoc sont finances par le Plan d'Investissement d'Avenir SMICE
(Simulation de Materiaux pour L'Industrie par le Calcul Exaflop) pour une duree
d'un an.

Pourriez-vous faire circuler ces deux offres dans vos laboratoires et les
transmettre a des candidats potentiels ?

Les candidat(e)s interesse(e)s par la premiere offre peuvent contacter Laurent
Soulard (laurent.soulard@cea.fr) et Claire Lemarchand
(claire.lemarchand@cea.fr).

Les candidat(e)s interesse(e)s par la seconde offre peuvent contacter Laurent
Soulard (laurent.soulard@cea.fr) et Laurent Colombet (laurent.colombet@cea.fr).

Merci par avance pour votre aide.

Bien cordialement,

Claire Lemarchand

See Attachement : postdocCEA_DPD.pdf

See Attachement : postdocCEA_SlipLinks.pdf


10th March 2017 : PhD Positions in Biophysics / Soft Matter Physics at the MPI-DS in Goettingen

Dear colleagues,

I am currently looking for highly motivated, outstanding *PhD
candidates* to work on projects related to the physics of living matter
at interfaces in my lab at the*Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and
Self-Organization in Göttingen, Germany.* Please find the job
advertisement attached to this email.

I'd be delighted if you could bring this to the attention of potential
candidates.

Kind regards,
Oliver

=================================================
Dr. Oliver Bäumchen
Research Group Leader
Max Planck Institute for Dynamics & Self-Organization (MPI-DS)
Am Fassberg 17, 37077 Göttingen, Germany
Fon.: (0049) 551 5176-260
Fax.: (0049) 551 5176-202
Web: www.ds.mpg.de/dcf/baeumchen
Email: oliver.baeumchen@ds.mpg.de
=================================================

See Attachement : PhD_Positions_MaxPlanck_Goettingen.pdf


6th March 2017 : PhD, post-doc jobs in theory, Delft




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Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2017 14:56:55 +0100 (CET)
From: Yuli Nazarov <y.v.nazarov@tudelft.nl>

Dear colleague,
would you be so kind as to forward this information to potentially interested candidates?

In the context of a ERC Advanced Grant on topology and superconducting junctions, I have several PhD and post-doc openings to fill.
Please find the details at the URL:

http://yuli.weblog.tudelft.nl/2017/03/02/more-phd-and-post-doc-openings/

The TEST mentioned there is an essential part of an application.


I apologize if you see this message more than once. I would greatly appreciate your help with the issue.

Best regards,



Yuli V. Nazarov,
Kavli Institute of Nanoscience



28th February 2017 : Professorship in Theoretical Physics – University of Gothenburg




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Gothenburg
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2017 21:17:28 +0100
From: Henrik Johannesson
<henrik.johannesson@physics.gu.se>
To: Henrik Johannesson
<henrik.johannesson@physics.gu.se>

face="tahoma, sans-serif">Dear Colleague,

The Faculty of
Science at the University of Gothenburg invites
applications for a full professorship 
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Theoretical
Physics
  style="color:rgb(72,72,72)">at the Department of Physics.
For the announcement, please see

href="http://www.gu.se/english/about_the_university/announcements-in-the-job-application-portal/?languageId=100001&disableRedirect=true&returnUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.gu.se%2Fomuniversitetet%2Faktuellt%2Fledigaanstallningar%2F%3Fid%3D19144%26Dnr%3D764504%26Type%3DS&Dnr=764504&Type=S"
target="_blank">http://www.gu.se/english/about_the_university/announcements-in-the-job-application-portal/?languageId=100001&disableRedirect=true&returnUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.gu.se%2Fomuniversitetet%2Faktuellt%2Fledigaanstallningar%2F%3Fid%3D19144%26Dnr%3D764504%26Type%3DS&Dnr=764504&Type=S

The Physics Department,  moz-do-not-send="true"
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target="_blank">http://www.physics.gu.se/english/?languageId=100001&disableRedirect=true&returnUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.physics.gu.se%2F%3FlanguageId%3D100000 at
the university of Gothenburg is part of the Gothenburg
Physics Centre (GPC),  href="http://www.chalmers.se/en/centres/gpc/Pages/default.aspx"
target="_blank">http://www.chalmers.se/en/centres/gpc/Pages/default.aspx
 , jointly
with the physics, nanoscience, and radio astronomy
departments at Chalmers University of Technology, 

forming one of the largest environments for
physics research in Scandinavia.

face="tahoma, sans-serif">Deadline for application: April
23 2017.

Please bring this announcement to the attention
of potentially interested candidates.

My apology for any double-posting.

Best regards,

Henrik Johannesson

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Henrik Johannesson       

Department of Physics     
       

University of Gothenburg   
       

SE 412 96 Gothenburg   
       

Sweden   
       

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office:  href="tel:031-786%2091%2064" value="+46317869164"
target="_blank">+46-(0)31-786 9164

mobile: +46-768 237042  

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target="_blank">+46-31-772 2092

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23rd February 2017 : Postdoc in Active Matter theory at Syracuse University

Applications are invited for a research postdoctoral position in
theoretical soft matter and biological physics to study collective
behavior in active systems, including bacterial suspensions, active
liquid crystals, and active colloids. The successful candidate will work
with Professor Cristina Marchetti in the Department of Physics at
Syracuse University. There will also be significant opportunities to
collaborate with researchers in our strong and dynamic soft matter
program, including Professors Mark Bowick, Lisa Manning, Alan Middleton,
Jen Schwarz, and Joseph Paulsen, as well as additional experimental
collaborators at SU and around the globe. The initial appointment is for
one year beginning September 1, 2017, with the possibility of renewal
for a second year. Salary is negotiable based upon experience and
research abilities. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Physics or related
field and have demonstrated research experience in
theoretical/computational soft matter or nonequilibrium statistical physics.

For full consideration qualified candidates must complete the online
management application at www.sujobopps.com (#073107) and attach their
curriculum vitae, list of publications (attach to other document), a
brief statement of research interests (attach to cover letter), and the
email addresses of three references.
The posting can be accessed directly by candidates at
http://www.sujobopps.com/postings/68910
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the
position is filled. For primary consideration, applicants should submit
an application before April 15, 2017.

Further information about the research pursued by Professors Marchetti
is available here: https://mcmarche.expressions.syr.edu/

-----------------------------------------------------
M. Cristina Marchetti
William R. Kenan Distinguished Professor of Physics
Syracuse University


14th February 2017 : Theory postdoc positions at LPS (University of Maryland, USA)




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To: Tahan, Charles <ctahan@lps.umd.edu>
CC: Bob Joynt <rjjoynt@wisc.edu>, Mark Friesen
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<clerk@physics.mcgill.ca>, nayak@kitp.ucsb.edu
<nayak@kitp.ucsb.edu>, Clarke, James S
<james.s.clarke@intel.com>, Tom Reinecke
<reinecke@nrl.navy.mil>, Sankar Das Sarma
<dassarma@physics.umd.edu>,
alexandre.blais@usherbrooke.ca
<alexandre.blais@usherbrooke.ca>, Yuli Nazarov
<y.v.nazarov@tudelft.nl>, Xudong Hu
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Dear Colleagues,


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Approaches to quantum computing

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class="">Charge-noise-insensitive gate operations for
always-on, exchange-only qubits

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class="">Semiconductor-inspired design principles for
superconducting quantum computing

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class="">Entangling distant resonant exchange qubits via
circuit quantum electrodynamics

href="https://arxiv.org/abs/1407.0372" class="">Superconducting-semiconductor
quantum devices: from qubits to particle detectors



Theory of experimental systems

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class="">Spin-orbit coupling and operation of multivalley
spin qubits

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class="">Electron spin resonance and spin–valley physics in
a silicon double quantum dot

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class="">Spin-valley lifetimes in a silicon quantum dot with
tunable valley splitting

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class="">Observation of Autler–Townes effect in a
dispersively dressed Jaynes-Cummings system



New devices and systems

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class="">Bottom-up superconducting and Josephson junction
devices inside a group-IV semiconductor

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class="">Catching the quantum sound wave | Science

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class="">On-chip cavity quantum phonodynamics with an
acceptor qubit in silicon

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class="">Sound-Based Analogue of Cavity Quantum
Electrodynamics in Silicon




Thanks! 

Charlie

(Apologies for double emails.)


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13th February 2017 : PhD studentship in Theoretical Biophysics – Cambridge U.

A BBSRC DTP targeted PhD studentship is available in the Department of
Physics to investigate the mechanosensitivity of cells. Sensing the
stiffness (elastic modulus or viscosity) of the environment requires
specific physical mechanisms. In developing a theoretical model of this
process, three aspects are needed: (a) understanding the individual
sensor mechanism, (b) mapping the signalling feedback loop that leads to
the cell phenotypical response, and (c) identifying mechanisms of sensor
coupling, leading to clustering and emergence of focal adhesions. This
project is suitable for a candidate with a good first degree (Masters
pass) in Physics, Physical Chemistry or Materials Science.

The successful candidate would have interests, and preferably some
experience in theoretical work in mechanics and statistical physics, as
well as being able to read and process biological literature. In
addition to the primary PhD research, they will participate in DTP
training courses, two 10-week rotation projects, a three-month
internship and be invited to all DTP events and activities.

Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 4 years. The award
covers all University fees and provides a tax-free stipend of £14,296
p.a. (index linked). The studentship is available for UK and EEA
students who meet the UK residency requirements. Students from EEA
countries who do not meet the residency requirements may still be
eligible for a fees-only award. The University has a responsibility to
ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK.

Informal enquiries should be made in the first instance to Professor
Eugene Terentjev (emt1000@cam.ac.uk). To make an application, follow the
procedure outlined on the Department website
https://www.phy.cam.ac.uk/admissions/graduate, making sure to mention
the BSS research group and/or the name of Prof. Terentjev in the form.


7th February 2017 : Tenure-track theoretical physics at Emory University

Dear Colleague,

Hope everything is well with you.

I am writing to attract your attention to the open junior tenure track
faculty position in Theoretical Physics at Emory University. I recognize
that it is somewhat late in the faculty search season. The position has
just opened for the reasons beyond our control, so it would be extremely
helpful if you can let your present/past group members and/or colleagues
know about this position. We are searching quite broadly for a theorist
in any research area who could benefit from or complement the existing
efforts in our Department in electronic, optical, and spin systems, soft
condensed matter, biological physics, nonlinear and statistical physics,
energy-related and complex materials, and computational physics.

This position is a part of the vigorous expansion recently undertaken by
the Physics Department at Emory. Within the last six years, we have
significantly expanded our graduate and undergraduate programs,
established a new research group in materials, nanoscience and optics,
and hired seven junior faculty; two of them received NSF CAREER awards,
one Cottrell Scholarship, and one Research Frontiers Award. We are
expecting to continue expanding our program at a similar rate in the
next several years. Therefore, we believe that the currently open
position presents an excellent career opportunity for candidates with a
potential for excellence in research and scientific independence.

Detailed information about the application requirements is posted online
at http://www.physics.emory.edu/news/search2017.html, and the
application can be accessed at https://apply.interfolio.com/40524.
Please let me or the Chair of the search, Sergei Urazdhin
(surazhd@emory.edu ), know if you have any
questions about this position.

Thank you,

Justin C. Burton

========================================
Justin C. Burton
Assistant Professor
Department of Physics
Emory University
400 Dowman Drive, Math and Science Center N242
Atlanta, GA, 30322
office: (404) 727-4297
e-mail: justin.c.burton@emory.edu
http://www.physics.emory.edu/faculty/jburton/
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3rd February 2017 : Post Doc position at Queens College, NY




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Subject: [GDR MesoImage] Post Doc position at Queens College, NY
Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2017 17:16:44 +0100
From: Sergey Skipetrov <Sergey.Skipetrov@lpmmc.cnrs.fr>
Reply-To: Sergey Skipetrov <Sergey.Skipetrov@lpmmc.cnrs.fr>
Organization: CNRS
To: Sergey.Skipetrov@lpmmc.cnrs.fr
<Sergey.Skipetrov@lpmmc.cnrs.fr>

Postdoctoral Fellow: Wave Propagation in Random Media

Description
Postdoctoral position is open in the Department of Physics at Queens
College of the City University of New York in the group of Azriel
Genack. The research will involve the propagation and control of
classical waves through and within translucent and multiply scattering
random systems and metawaveguides, as well as lasing in random systems.
The work will likely involve microwave and optical measurements,
computer simulations and theory of wave propagation in the interior of
random systems. The research project "Universality and Control of Wave
Propagation inside Random Media" is funded by the National Science
Foundation and involves collaborations with scientists around the world
on microwave and optical measurements, numerical experiments and theory.

Candidates should be creative, mature, and responsible and be able to
work independently and as part of a collaborative research community.
The position requires a Ph.D. degree in condensed matter physics or
optics or a related field.

This position requires experience in developing laboratory
instrumentation and measurements. Strong programming skills and written
and oral English communication skills are required.

Application
To apply, please go to rfcuny.org and click on About RF, and then
Careers.

The Research Foundation of the City University of New York is an
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/Americans with Disabilities
Act/Protected Veterans Status/ E-Verify Employer


--
Sergey Skipetrov
Laboratoire de Physique et Modelisation des Milieux Condenses
CNRS, 25 avenue des Martyrs, 38042 Grenoble, France
Tel: +33 4 76 88 74 97, +33 6 31 50 10 10
http://lpmmc.cnrs.fr/skipetrov



2nd February 2017 : Associate Professorships in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry at Oxford

Dear all,

Applications are invited for two posts of Associate Professor (or
Professor) of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry in the Department of
Chemistry at the University of Oxford. Applications are invited from
those with research interests in all areas of physical and
theoretical/computational chemistry and its boundaries with other
disciplines. Preference may be given to those undertaking experimental
programmes of research.
The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Thursday 16 February,
2017. Interviews will be held in Oxford and are likely to take place
during the week commencing 20 March 2017.

For more details: http://www.chem.ox.ac.uk/job.asp?ID=1040

Please circulate this to interested candidates.

Many thanks and best wishes,

Roel

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Prof Roel Dullens
Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory
University of Oxford
South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3QZ, UK
Phone: +44 (0)1865 275478
Fax: +44 (0)1865 275410
Web: http://colloid.chem.ox.ac.uk


25th January 2017 : Postdoc in « Modelling wetting of elastic fibres using lattice Boltzmann simulations », Durham University

Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Associate in
theoretical and computational soft condensed matter, to work with Dr
Halim Kusumaatmaja in the Department of Physics at Durham University.
The position is to commence in April 2017 or as soon as possible
thereafter. It is a fixed-term post for 14 months in the first instance
with the possibility of renewal subject to available funding.
The project will focus on developing novel multi-component lattice
Boltzmann simulations and applying these techniques to study
elastocapillary phenomena, such as wetting dynamics on elastic fibres.
This project is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research
Council
(http://gow.epsrc.ac.uk/NGBOViewGrant.aspx?GrantRef=EP/P007139/1) and it
will be carried out in collaboration with an industrial partner, Procter
and Gamble.
The candidates must hold a PhD in physics/mathematics/engineering or a
related discipline with excellent background in theoretical soft
condensed matter physics and/or computational fluid dynamics. Experience
in lattice Boltzmann, lattice spring, immersed boundary, or related
computational methods would be advantageous.
Full details about the post, including how to apply, can be found at
https://recruitment.durham.ac.uk/pls/corehrrecruit/erq_jobspec_details_form.jobspec?p_id=004568.
The deadline for application is 20 February 2017 (Midday).

Informal enquiries are welcome and should be directed to
halim.kusumaatmaja@durham.ac.uk. Further details about Dr.
Kusumaatmaja's research group can be found at
https://sites.google.com/site/kusumaatmaja.

======================================
Dr Halim Kusumaatmaja
Lecturer in Theoretical Soft and Biological Matter
Department of Physics
Durham University
South Road
Durham, DH1 3LE
Email: halim.kusumaatmaja@durham.ac.uk
www: https://www.dur.ac.uk/physics/staff/profiles/?id=11583
www: https://sites.google.com/site/kusumaatmaja/
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17th January 2017 : Junior Faculty position open at Ecole Polytechnique

Dear colleagues,

I would like to bring to your attention the following Assistant
Professor position currently open in the Department of Mechanics at
Ecole Polytechnique (France).

The research profile is very open including fluid dynamics and soft
matter, and the application deadline is March 1st.

Please forward this announcement to any potential candidate(s) !

Sincerely,
Sebastien Michelin

--
Sébastien Michelin

LadHyX -- Ecole Polytechnique
Palaiseau, France
+(33) 1 69 33 52 73
sebastien.michelin@ladhyx.polytechnique.fr
web: http://www.off-ladhyx.polytechnique.fr/people/michelin/

See Attachement : MECA-MdC-Gen-GB.pdf

See Attachement : Attached Message Part


16th January 2017 : Post-Doc in Biological Physics, MDC Berlin

Dear colleagues,

a 3-year Post-Doc in Biological Physics and Statistical Mechanics is
open in the group of Prof. M. Nicodemi based at the Max Delbrück Center
in Berlin, Germany, starting April 1st, 2017.

The research topics concern the investigation of the molecular
mechanisms underlying the 3D organisation and regulation of eukaryotic
genomes, and human disease linked loci, by combining polymer physics,
computer simulations and experimental high-throughput data analysis. The
ideal candidate should have a strong background in statistical mechanics
or computer simulations, biological physics or bioinformatics. She/He
will work within a collaboration including physicists, molecular
biologists, and bioinformaticians in Berlin and across EU and USA.

Details on the opening can be found at the MDC or Nature Jobs webpages:
https://www.mdc-berlin.de/jobs/808418/10756
http://www.nature.com/naturejobs/science/jobs/602885-post-doctoral-research-fellow-in-biological-physics-and-statistical-mechanics-f-m

Additional information is available via email
(Mario.Nicodemi@na.infn.it) or at the group web-page
(people.na.infn.it/~nicodem).

Applications are welcome until the position is filled. They should
include a CV, list of publications, names of three referees in a single
pdf and be sent by email indicating the registration number 10756/2017
to Ms. Michaela Liemen (michaela.liemen@mdc-berlin.de).

Applications should include CV, list of publications, names of three
referees in a single pdf. They must be sent by email indicating the
registration number 10756/2017 to Ms. Michaela Liemen
(michaela.liemen@mdc-berlin.de) and are welcome until the position is
filled.

Please, circulate this message to potentially interested candidates.
Regards,
Mario

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Prof. Mario Nicodemi
Physics Dept., University of Naples, Italy
Einstein BIH Visiting Professor, BIMSB,
Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin, Germany


16th January 2017 : Fwd: Postdoc position in condensed matter theory and topological matter — University of Birmingham




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Subject: Postdoc position in condensed matter theory and
topological matter -- University of Birmingham
Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2017 11:04:22 +0000
From: Benjamin Beri <b.beri@bham.ac.uk>
To: indranil.paul@grenoble.cnrs.fr, Catherine.pepin@cea.fr,
perdew@tulane.edu, Tami Pereg-Barnea
<tamipb@physics.mcgill.ca>, pethick@nordita.dk,
philip@vfemmes.physics.uiuc.edu,
pickett@yclept.physics.ucdavis.edu, pines@lanl.gov, Fabio
Pistolesi <Fabio.Pistolesi@u-bordeaux1.fr>,
lev@science.unitn.it, martin.plenio@uni-ulm.de,
didier.poilblanc@irsamc.ups-tlse.fr, Valery Pokrovsky
<valery@physics.tamu.edu>, Frank Pollmann
<frankp@pks.mpg.de>, Dimitry.Polyakov@int.fzk.de,
Anna.Posazhennikova@uni-konstanz.de,
michael.pustilnik@physics.gatech.edu,
putikka@pacific.mps.ohio-state.edu, Xiaoliang Qi
<phynics@gmail.com>, rabe@physics.rutgers.edu, Leo
Radzihovsky <leo.radzihovsky@colorado.edu>,
Talat@physics.ucf.edu, raikh@physics.utah.edu,
tvrama@physics.iisc.ernet.in,
revaz.ramazashvili@irsamc.ups-tlse.fr,
randeria@mps.ohio-state.edu, ranningr@grenoble.cnrs.fr,
nicholas.read@yale.edu, Gil Refael
<refael@caltech.edu>, rice@itp.phys.ethz.ch,
klaus.richter@physik.uni-regensburg.de, Stephan Roche
<stephan.roche@icn.cat>, dsrokhsar@lbl.gov,
t-rosenbaum@uchicago.edu, marcelo@cpht.polytechnique.fr,
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Dear Colleague,

I am advertising a condensed matter theory postdoc position in
my group at the University of Birmingham. I would be most
grateful if you could bring the announcement below to the
attention of potentially interested candidates.

Please accept my apologies for the impersonal nature of this
message and for any double-posting.

Thank you and best regards,

Benjamin Beri

 

 

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Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Condensed Matter Theory

Applications are invited for a two-year condensed matter theory
postdoc at the University of Birmingham. This ERC funded post is
to work with Dr. Benjamin Beri on topological matter, including
directions aimed at obtaining novel microscopic models and
experimental signatures of strongly correlated, symmetry
protected topological phases.

More information about the group can be found at

target="_blank">http://www.theory.bham.ac.uk and moz-do-not-send="true"
href="http://www.theory.bham.ac.uk/staff/beri/"
target="_blank">http://www.theory.bham.ac.uk/staff/beri/

For further details about the post and to apply please follow
the link below: 

href="http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AWN871/postdoctoral-research-fellow-in-condensed-matter-theory/"
target="_blank">http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AWN871/postdoctoral-research-fellow-in-condensed-matter-theory/