Positions in theoretical physics and biophysics

20th November 2018 : Professor in Physics – Sapienza University of Rome

Call for interest
Professor in Physics (Sapienza University of Rome)

The Physics Department of Sapienza University of Rome invites
applications for academic openings at the Associate and/or Full
Professor level from any fields in Physics covered through a direct call
procedure. The Department of Physics has strong research groups in a
number of fields with a wide range of interests. The Department of
Physics is seeking established scientists with an outstanding record of
high impact research, excellence and leadership. The successful
candidate will be expected to actively contribute to the department’s
academic program, its strategy and governance, as well as providing
scientific leadership and to participate in large-scale grant applications.

The Direct Calls program of the Italian Ministry of Education,
Universities and Research (MIUR), provides opportunities to fund
academic positions to scientists and scholars having worked abroad with
an equivalent position for at least three years, or to recipients of ERC
grants.

More details about Direct Calls and eligibility criteria can be found at
http://www.phys.uniroma1.it/fisica/node/9835

Applications must be submitted electronically at
directcalls.fisica@uniroma1.it .
Applicants are requested to submit a brief CV, a list of publications
and a research statement. Candidates are encouraged to apply by January
14, 2019.

The Department of Physics is committed to increasing the gender balance
of its faculty and particularly welcomes applications from qualified women.

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Prof. Irene Giardina
Dept. of Physics & ISC-CNR, Sapienza University of Rome
P.le A. Moro 2, 00185 Rome, Italy
tel: +39 49913515 www.cobbs.it


LPTMS PhD Proposal: Amorphous materials under stress

Responsable:

Alberto ROSSO + 33 (0)1 69 15 31 79

Most of the materials employed in our everyday life have the amorphous structure of a collection of randomly packed particles. Their density and the strength of their interactions strongly depend on the material and are at the origin of a large spectrum of physical properties, much richer than the one of cristalline matter.
For example, under shear, gels and foams can flow as liquids, while glasses and ceramics break into solid pieces. Today we know that these behaviours are the macroscopic manifestations of genuine dynamical phase transitions anticipated by sudden reorganisations called avalanches. Avalanches are recorded at very different scales, from the micrometers of plastic readjustments to the kilometres of huge earthquakes. In analogy with what we know for equilibrium, these divergent scales indicate universality and strong fluctuations, but the dynamical transition of driven systems are much richer and mysterious due to effect of the preparation and to the temporal correlations.

In this thesis we will study the avalanche dynamics of amorphous matter using the tools developed in the context of disordered systems and the statistics of rare events. Connections with (many) body localisation physics will be explored.


13th November 2018 : Postdoc – mathematical modeling of biological networks – Grenoble

Dear All,

There is an opening of a postdoctoral position at University
Grenoble-Alpes (eric.fanchon@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr) for a talented
young scientist that will develop an interdisciplinary activity on the
modeling of biological networks. More details are given below and in the
attached document.
Please forward this opportunity to the attention of any suitable candidates.

Postdoctoral position in mathematical modeling of biological networks

*Title*Dynamic modeling of iron-linked redox perturbations in Acute
Myeloid Leukemia

*Context*Acute Myeloid Leukemia are a class of deadly hematopoietic
diseases with an astonishing large variety of driver mutations.
Diagnosis usually occurs during a blast crisis whereby leukemic clones
escape the bone marrow and invade peripheral blood. The general
objective of the project, funded by the french /Plan Cancer/ (/Cancer
Systems Biology/ program), is to sort out the main molecular differences
between normal and leukemic cells so as to identify new and innovative
therapeutic targets.

*Project*The successful candidate will be in charge of developing models
of energy-related networks involved in Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML).
Several modules are envisioned, such as iron homeostasis, control of
cell cycle, hypoxia responsive network.

New computational methods to perform /set-based simulations/ will be
developed in collaboration with one of the partners of the project
(Verimag lab). We use these techniques to cope with the large
uncertainties in model parameters. Recent methods for model reduction
will be assessed, and possibly new ones developped. He/she will also
interact with biologists to integrate experimental data generated in the
frame of the project, and extract biological knowledge from the models.

*Profile * Good knowledge in at least some of the following topics:
numerical methods, optimization, modeling methods (sensitivity analysis,
parameter inference), bayesian statistics.

Good programming skills (in e.g. python, julia). Basic knowledge of
molecular biology is desirable. A previous interdisciplinary experience
in connection with biology would be a plus.

*Scientific environment*The successful candidate will be part of an
interdisciplinary consortium called ‘Dynamical Modeling of LAMs’
involving four labs and gathering biologists, physicians, modellers,
computer scientists, and physicists.

She/He will also benefit from the excellent scientific environment of
the TIMC-IMAG laboratory (CNRS & UGA) which gathers scientists and
clinicians towards the use of computer science and applied mathematics
for understanding and controlling normal and pathological processes in
biology and healthcare. The TIMC-IMAG laboratory is located in Grenoble,
one of the biggest academic cities in France, with the French Alps nearby.

*Duration* 21 months

*Application* Send your CV, a motivation letter, and the name of two
references to Eric Fanchon, eric.fanchon@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

Eric Fanchon
CNRS Research associate
TIMC-IMAG lab
Université Grenoble Alpes, France

See Attachement : postdoc-announcement-fanchon-2018.pdf


10th November 2018 : Postdoc positions – Physics of active matter – University of Chile (Santiago)

We invite interested young researchers to apply for postdoc positions
available at the group “Millennium Nucleus Physics of Active Matter” at
the Physics department of the University of Chile (Santiago). The
applicants should have a strong training in physics or disciplines
related to the project (see below) with skills in theoretical, numerical
and/or experimental research. The selected candidates will participate
in an open work atmosphere of collaboration between theoreticians and
experimentalists working in different problems related to the “Physics
of Active Matter”. We are particularly interested in developing:
1-Stochastic Thermodynamics and other theoretical approaches for active
matter and non-equilibrium systems in general. 2-Experimental techniques
for the study of bacterial suspensions in microfluidic devices.
3-Simulations of bacterial suspensions, active tissues, or active
colloids. More information can be found in
http://activematter.dfi.uchile.cl/en/ or in the personal web pages of
the principal investigators: Felipe Barra
(http://www.dfi.uchile.cl/team/felipe_barra/) María Luisa Cordero
(http://www.dfi.uchile.cl/~mcordero/) Rodrigo Soto
(http://www.dfi.uchile.cl/~rsoto/) Financial support from our side is
committed for one year and will be extended yearly upon agreement
between the two parties. In consist in a monthly salary of 1.770.000
Chilean pesos (2800 USD approx). Operational expenses and expenses
associated to conferences (such as plane tickets, etc.) can be covered
from our research budget. Candidates should send a CV, research
interests, and the names and contact information of 2-3 researches that
can provide references to prof. Felipe Barra, fbarra@dfi.uchile.cl.
For any further information, please feel free to contact Felipe Barra,
fbarra@dfi.uchile.cl


9th November 2018 : Postdoc / condensed matter / Bogotá

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Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2018 21:49:20 +0000
From: Gabriel Tellez Acosta
Reply-To: Gabriel Tellez Acosta
To: "info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr"
Subject: [info.statphys] postdoc in condensed matter physics at Universidad de
los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia)

Dear collegues,

 

The Department of Physics, at Universidad de los Andes (Uniandes), Bogotá, Colombia, invites applicants for a postdoctoral position at the Condensed Matter Physics Group.

 

Uniandes is a private university which strives for excellence in both teaching and research, currently ranked in QS in the list of top ten Latin American universities. The physics department has active
undergraduate, master and doctoral programs with excellent computing and lab facilities. More information about the department and the group can be found at:

http://fisica.uniandes.edu.co

and

https://fimaco.uniandes.edu.co/

 A Ph.D. degree in Physics with experimental and/or theoretical experience on condensed matter physics, material science, statistical physics, device physics or related areas is required. Apart from their
research activities, the applicants are expected to teach one course per semester in Introductory Physics.

Interested applicants should apply online at:

http://fisicaconvocatoriasp.uniandes.edu.co

by uploading their curriculum vitae, and arranging to have one reference submitted through the platform. Please indicate the preferred line of research and the professor the applicant would be interested in
working with. The professor should be chosen from the list currently working at the condensed matter physics group

https://fimaco.uniandes.edu.co/

Dr. Gabriel Tellez

Profesor Titular

Departamento de Fisica

Universidad de los Andes

Tel: (571) 3 394949 ext 2749

Fax: (571) 3 324516

http://wwwprof.uniandes.edu.co/~gtellez/

 

 


9th November 2018 : Postdoc / Active matter / Chile

Emmanuel

Emmanuel Trizac

Professeur, Membre de l'Institut Universitaire de France
Laboratoire de Physique Théorique et Modèles Statistiques
Bat 100, Université Paris-Sud / CNRS, 91405 Orsay Cedex (France)
URL : http://www.lptms.u-psud.fr/membres/trizac/index.html
Tel. : 33 1 69 15 73 39

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From: Rodrigo Soto
Reply-To: Rodrigo Soto
To: "statphys27 (statphys27@df.uba.ar via info.statphys Mailing List)"

Subject: [info.statphys] Postdoc positions: Physics of active matter

We invite interested young researchers to apply for postdoc positions available at the group “Millennium Nucleus Physics of Active Matter” at the Physics department of the University of Chile (Santiago). The applicants should have a strong training in physics or disciplines related to the project (see below) with skills in theoretical, numerical and/or experimental research. The selected candidates will participate in an open work atmosphere of collaboration between theoreticians and experimentalists working in different problems related to the “Physics of Active Matter”.

We are particularly interested in developing:

1-Stochastic Thermodynamics and other theoretical approaches for active matter and non-equilibrium systems in general.
2-Experimental techniques for the study of bacterial suspensions in microfluidic devices.
3-Simulations of bacterial suspensions, active tissues, or active colloids.

More information can be found in http://activematter.dfi.uchile.cl/en/ or in the personal web pages of the principal investigators:
Felipe Barra (http://www.dfi.uchile.cl/team/felipe_barra/)
María Luisa Cordero (http://www.dfi.uchile.cl/~mcordero/)
Rodrigo Soto (http://www.dfi.uchile.cl/~rsoto/)

Financial support from our side is committed for one year and will be extended yearly upon agreement between the two parties. In consist in a monthly salary of 1.770.000 Chilean pesos (2800 USD approx). Operational expenses and expenses associated to conferences (such as plane tickets, etc.) can be covered from our research budget.

Candidates should send a CV, research interests, and the names and contact information of 2-3 researches that can provide references to prof. Felipe Barra, fbarra@dfi.uchile.cl.

For any further information, please feel free to contact Felipe Barra, fbarra@dfi.uchile.cl


9th November 2018 : Postdoc – condensed matter physics – Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia)

Dear collegues,

The Department of Physics, at Universidad de los Andes (Uniandes),
Bogotá, Colombia, invites applicants for a postdoctoral position at the
Condensed Matter Physics Group.

Uniandes is a private university which strives for excellence in both
teaching and research, currently ranked in QS in the list of top ten
Latin American universities. The physics department has active
undergraduate, master and doctoral programs with excellent computing and
lab facilities. More information about the department and the group can
be found at:

http://fisica.uniandes.edu.co

and

https://fimaco.uniandes.edu.co/

A Ph.D. degree in Physics with experimental and/or theoretical
experience on condensed matter physics, material science, statistical
physics, device physics or related areas is required. Apart from their
research activities, the applicants are expected to teach one course per
semester in Introductory Physics.

Interested applicants should apply online at:

http://fisicaconvocatoriasp.uniandes.edu.co

by uploading their curriculum vitae, and arranging to have one reference
submitted through the platform. Please indicate the preferred line of
research and the professor the applicant would be interested in working
with. The professor should be chosen from the list currently working at
the condensed matter physics group

https://fimaco.uniandes.edu.co/

Dr. Gabriel Tellez
Profesor Titular
Departamento de Fisica
Universidad de los Andes
Tel: (571) 3 394949 ext 2749
Fax: (571) 3 324516

http://wwwprof.uniandes.edu.co/~gtellez/


LPTMS PhD Proposal: Quantum entanglement in fermionic systems via random matrix theory

Responsables:

Satya MAJUMDAR + 33 (0)1 69 15 64 65

Grégory SCHEHR + 33 (0)1 69 15 76 41

During the last few years, it has been shown that non-interacting fermions in presence of a trap can be studied using the powerful techniques of random matrix theory, and more generally of determinantal point processes. This toolbox allowed to study analytically the interplay between quantum and thermal fluctuations in challenging physical situations where standard approaches of many-body physics, like the Local Density Approximation, fail.

Currently, there is an intense activity, both experimental and theoretical, concerning the relation between quantum entanglement and the thermodynamic entropy in many-body quantum systems. Many results remain currently conjectural. In this project, we would like to explore these questions, for instance the quantum entanglement at finite temperature, in a class of solvable models of trapped fermions, that are known to be related to RMT models at zero temperature.


LPTMS PhD Proposal: Extreme Value Statistics in Stochastic Processes

Responsables:

Satya MAJUMDAR + 33 (0)1 69 15 64 65

Grégory SCHEHR + 33 (0)1 69 15 76 41

The extreme value statistics in stochastic processes is a subject of growing interest with applications from climate science to finance. Given a stochastic time-series over a given time interval [0,t], the typical questions are: what is the statistics of the maximum (or minimum) value of the process in this time window, at what time the maximum (or the minimum) is achieved, what is the time gap between the maximum and minimum etc.? Even for simple stochastic processes such as a one dimensional Brownian motion, these questions are often nontrivial. In the thesis, these questions would be addressed for a Brownian motion to start with, and progressively other types of stochastic processes would be studied.


LPTMS PhD Proposal: Mean field games

Responsable: Denis ULLMO + 33 (0)1 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.

For physicists a good‭ “‬entry point‭” ‬to the problematic of Mean Field Games is through the formal,‭ ‬but deep,‭ ‬connection between Mean Field Games and the nonlinear Schroedinger‭ (‬or Gross-Pitaevskii‭) ‬equation.‭ ‬This connection makes it possible to import to the field of Mean Field Games a variety of tools‭ (‬ranging from exact methods and approximation schemes to intuitive qualitative descriptions‭) ‬which have been developed along the year by physicists when studying interacting bosons or gravity waves in inviscid fluids.

The general subject of the proposed thesis is the study of Mean Field Games from a physicist point of view,‭ ‬that is with an objective to provide a true understanding‭ (‬through the identification of the relevant parameters and scale and the development of approximation schemes in the regimes of interest‭) ‬of the solutions of Mean Field Games equations.‭ ‬More specifically,‭ ‬two possible directions the proposed PhD ‬could take would be:

1.‭ ‬The study of phase transition in Mean Filed games.

2.‭ ‬To use the knowledge obtained‭ ‬on simple models to study more complicated Mean Field Games,‭ ‬and in particular address more realistic‭ (‬less stylized‭) ‬Mean Field Games.

These studies should imply a mix between analytical and numerical works,‭ ‬somewhat more shifted on the analytical side.


LPTMS PhD Proposal: Renormalization group analysis of frustrated self-assembly

Responsable: Martin LENZ + 33 (0)1 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.

While our current numerical simulations let us monitor the aggregate formed by copies of a given irregular particle, we do not yet understand its dimensionality from first principles. Here we will tackle this problem using ideas inspired by the renormalization group. We will thus represent the shape of the particle as an orientation-dependent coupling matrix between two neighbors. By repeatedly applying a decimation procedure a la Kadanoff to the system, we will drastically reduce the enormous
space of all possible coupling matrices to a few fixed points corresponding to finite clusters, fibers, sheets and crystals. An internship will start with a transfer matrix calculation applying this procedure to a 1D system. A PhD will involve some non-trivial 3D discrete geometry and will likely require delving into
some linear algebra to understand the properties of our matrix universality classes.

Beyond protein aggregation, this project opens investigations into a new class of ''disordered'' systems where the disorder is carried by each identical particle instead of sprinkled throughout the system, and will help define the much-debated notion of frustration in dilute systems. This collaboration with Pierre Ronceray (Princeton U.) will ideally lead to collaborations with the experimental groups of Seth Fraden (Brandeis U.) and Friedrich Simmel (T.U. Munich).

More detail in Lenz_LPTMS_Internship&Thesis


6th November 2018 : Postdoc – theoretical biophysics – Brandeis University

Dear Colleagues,

There is a postdoctoral position available in my group in the
Mathematics department at Brandeis University, for a research project
involving the modeling and numerical simulation of membrane-bound
vesicle transport inside of neurons.

The position is for up to 2 years and is funded by an NIH postdoc
training grant in Neuroscience. Please circulate this advertisement
(details below and attached) to any potential candidates.

Thank you,
Thomas Fai

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A postdoctoral position is available at Brandeis University to work on
mathematical modeling and simulation of membrane-bound vesicle transport
inside of neurons (hosted by Thomas Fai). Mathematical techniques
include PDE-based models of cell mechanics and fluid dynamics, numerical
methods for fluid-structure interaction, dynamical systems, and
asymptotics. Potential research topics include building stochastic
models to assess the importance of noise, using image processing of
experimental data to characterize the behavior in real dendritic spine
geometries, and exploring the mechanisms of synaptic strengthening and
atrophy.

The postdoc will join the Mathematics Department at Brandeis University
(http://www.brandeis.edu/departments/mathematics/) and have strong ties
to the Neuroscience group (http://www.bio.brandeis.edu/). The position,
which is for up to 2 years contingent on funding and satisfactory
progress, is funded through an NIH postdoc training grant in
Neuroscience. Postdocs in this program participate in seminars and
journal clubs, obtain mentoring experience, and are expected to apply
for external awards during the first year.

Applications should be submitted by December 1, 2018 on MathJobs.org
(https://www.mathjobs.org/jobs/jobs/12998). The start date is
negotiable, but the position may start no later than June 16, 2019.
Candidates should hold a Ph.D (in mathematics, physics, engineering, or
a related topic) by the starting date, have an excellent track record of
scholarship, and ideally have experience and in numerical simulations
and continuum mechanics and/or fluid dynamics. For further info, contact
Thomas Fai (tfai@brandeis.edu ).

See Attachement : postdoc_search_tfai_2018.docx


2nd November 2018 : postdoc / computational polymer rheology at Göttingen Germany

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De : Marcus Müller <info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
Date : 02/11/2018 07:47 (GMT+01:00)
À : "statphys27 (statphys27@df.uba.ar via info.statphys Mailing List)" <info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
Objet : [info.statphys] postdoc position on computational polymer rheology at Göttingen Germany

Dear Colleagues,

We invite applications for a postdoctoral fellowship (salary group 13 TV-L) in the area of computer simulation of polymer materials and soft matter at the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the Georg-August University, Göttingen, Germany. The initial appointment will be for one year and an extension is possible. 

The project aims at studying the rheology of dense polymer melts and composites via computer simulations of highly coarse-grained models and comparing the results to experiments and/or more detailed models. Candidates are expected to hold a PhD degree in Physics, Chemistry, or Engineering, have proven experience with molecular dynamics simulations of coarse-grained polymer models, and have very good communication skills in English; experience in high-performance computing (using e.g., HOOMD) is desirable. 

The Georg-August University is an equal opportunity employer and supports gender equality. Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, list of publications, and contact information (preferably in the form of email addresses) for two references. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. 


Kind regards

Marcus Müller

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Prof. Dr. Marcus Müller
Institute for Theoretical Physics
Georg-August University
Friedrich-Hund-Platz 1
37077 Göttingen, Germany


1st November 2018 : Tenure Track positions in Computational Soft Matter at the University of Amsterdam


De: "Peter Bolhuis" <p.g.bolhuis@uva.nl>
Cc: "Daniel Bonn" <D.Bonn@uva.nl>, "edan lerner" <e.lerner@uva.nl>, "Alfons Hoekstra" <A.G.Hoekstra@uva.nl>
Envoyé: Jeudi 1 Novembre 2018 11:58:17
Objet: Tenure Track positions in Computational Soft Matter at the University of  Amsterdam

Dear Colleague,

I would like to bring to your attention that there are currently two vacancies for a Tenure Track position in Computational Soft Matter available at the University of Amsterdam.


I would be very grateful if you can forward this message to suitable candidates in your own network.

Thanks and best wishes,

Peter Bolhuis 

PS: My apologies if you received this message multiple times.


30th October 2018 : Durham Assistant Professorship in Soft Matter

Dear Colleagues

The Department of Physics at Durham University is currently advertising
an Assistant Professorship in Soft Matter. Candidates with expertise in
theory and/or simulation are particularly encouraged to apply.

For further details, please see the link below:

https://www.dur.ac.uk/jobs/recruitment/vacancies/phys19-58/

Please draw this opportunity to the attention of suitable candidates -
or apply yourself, if you are one.

The closing date for applications is 3rd January 2019.

Best wishes

Suzanne Fielding

________________________________________

Prof. Suzanne Fielding
Department of Physics, Durham University
South Road, Durham, DH1 3LE
Phone: +44 (0)191 334 1408
Fax: +44 (0)191 334 5823

http://www.dur.ac.uk/suzanne.fielding
suzanne.fielding@durham.ac.uk


30th October 2018 : Postdoc – computational polymer rheology – Göttingen, Germany

Dear Colleagues,

We invite applications for a postdoctoral fellowship (salary group 13
TV-L) in the area of computer simulation of polymer materials and soft
matter at the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the Georg-August
University, Göttingen, Germany. The initial appointment will be for one
year and an extension is possible.

The project aims at studying the rheology of dense polymer melts and
composites via computer simulations of highly coarse-grained models and
comparing the results to experiments and/or more detailed models.
Candidates are expected to hold a PhD degree in Physics, Chemistry, or
Engineering, have proven experience with molecular dynamics simulations
of coarse-grained polymer models, and have very good communication
skills in English; experience in high-performance computing (using e.g.,
HOOMD) is desirable.

The Georg-August University is an equal opportunity employer and
supports gender equality. Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae,
list of publications, and contact information (preferably in the form of
email addresses) for two references. Applications will be accepted until
the position is filled.

Kind regards

Marcus Müller
--
Prof. Dr. Marcus Müller
Institute for Theoretical Physics
Georg-August University
Friedrich-Hund-Platz 1
37077 Göttingen, Germany
+49 551 3913888
mmueller@theorie.physik.uni-goettingen.de


26th October 2018 : Appel d’offre directeur d’unité Physico-Chimie Curie

Chère collègue, cher collègue,

Nous souhaitons vous informer de l'ouverture d'un appel d'offre pour
recruter le futur directeur ou la future directrice du laboratoire
Physico-Chimie Curie (CNRS UMR 168, PSL, Sorbonne Université) au sein de
l'Institut Curie à Paris. Parallèlement à la direction du laboratoire,
il est attendu de la personne recrutée qu’elle anime une équipe de
recherche de premier rang, intégrée aux thématiques de l'unité.
Vous trouverez ci-joint une description complète de cet appel d’offre.
La date limite de dépôt des dossiers est le 7 Janvier 2019.

Cordialement,

Les responsables de l’appel d'offre

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

Dear Colleague,

We would like to bring to your attention the opening of a position for
the future director of the research department “Physico-Chimie Curie”
(CNRS UMR168, PSL, Sorbonne Université) at Institut Curie, Paris. The
newly appointed department head is also expected to establish a
successful research team in line with the scientific activities of the
department.
Please find in the attached document a complete description of the call.
The deadline for application is the 7th of January 2019.

Best regards,

The Search Committee

See Attachement : Call-UMR168.pdf


26th October 2018 : Postdoctoral position in biophysics/active matter – Tufts U.

Dear Colleagues,

There is an open postdoctoral position in the Guasto Laboratory at Tufts
University focusing on experimental work related to the transport and
locomotion of swimming cells. Please feel free to circulate this
advertisement (below and attached) to any potentially interested candidates.

Best wishes,

Jeff Guasto

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Jeffrey S. Guasto, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Tufts University
Robinson Hall, Room 173
200 College Avenue
Medford, Massachusetts 02155

email: Jeffrey.Guasto@tufts.edu
web: http://engineering.tufts.edu/me/guasto/
phone: 617.627.6838
fax: 617.627.3058
skype: JeffreyGuasto

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OPEN Postdoctoral Scholar Position

Guasto Lab
Tufts University

Posted: October 10, 2018

The Guasto Lab at Tufts University is seeking a qualified and motivated
postdoctoral scholar to work on National Science Foundation (NSF) funded
projects broadly related to the transport and the locomotion of swimming
cells and active matter. The candiate is expected to have a strong
background in experimental research with experience and interests in at
least one of the following areas: soft matter, biophysics, fluid
mechanics, or microfluidics. No prior experience with microbiology is
necessary. The candidate should hold a Ph.D. in physics, engineering, or
a related field by the start of the appointment. Ample opportunities
also exist to gain mentoring, proposal writing, and/or teaching experience.

The initial appointment will provide funding for up to two years
(contingent on satisfactory performance) and may potentially be extended
for additional years pending funding. The start date is flexible, with
the earliest start date being January 2019.  More information on recent
research and publications from the Guasto Lab may be found at
http://engineering.tufts.edu/me/guasto/. Tufts University is located in
Medford, Massachusetts in the Boston metro area a short distance from
both Cambridge and downtown Boston.

Interested applicants should send a brief email stating their interests
in this position and qualifications, as well as a CV including
laboratory experience, list of publications, and the names and email
addresses of at least two references to Prof. Jeff Guasto
(Jeffrey.Guasto@tufts.edu ). Review of
applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position
is filled.

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See Attachement : GuastoLab_PostdocAdvert.pdf

See Attachement : Attached Message Part


26th October 2018 : Assistant Professor Position – Statistical Physics – Paris

Dear colleagues,

we inform you of the opening of an *assistant professor position* in
september 2019  in the LPTMC (https://www.lptmc.jussieu.fr/) , in
Sorbonne Sciences University in Paris.

_Title and summary:_

*Statistical physics of out-of-equilibrium systems*

The statistical physics of out-of-equilibrium systems is an active field
of research, spanning multiple length
and time scales. Examples include dissipative systems, glasses, active
matter, living systems. The position is
open to theorists using either analytical or numerical methods.

(full profile attached)

Candidates should be able to *teach* undergraduate and master physics
classes *in French*.

The applications are open. To apply, please contact Annick Lesne
(lesne@lptmc.jussieu.fr) and Bertrand Delamotte
(delamotte@lptmc.jussieu.fr), the director of the lab.

Sincerely,

Hélène Berthoumieux

--
Hélène Berthoumieux,
CR CNRS, LPTMC
Sorbonne Université
https://www.lptmc.jussieu.fr/users/berthoumieux

See Attachement : profil-poste-MCF-2019.pdf


25th October 2018 : Faculty positions openings in Computational Soft Matter – University of Amsterdam

Dear colleagues,

I am glad to announce that we have two openings for tenure track
assistant professor positions at the University of Amsterdam with a
focus on Computational Soft Matter. The successful candidates will take
part of a growing vibrant soft matter community within our walls but in
Amsterdam and in the Netherlands at large. More details can be found at
http://www.uva.nl/shared-content/uva/en/vacancies/2018/10/18-610-two-tenure-track-positions-in-computational-soft-matter.html

If you know of top-level suitable candidates, we would be most grateful
if you could encourage them to apply and/or contact us should they need
more information.

Best wishes,

Corentin Coulais

——

Machine Materials Lab | Institute of Physics | Universiteit van
Amsterdam | Science Park 904 | 1098 XH Amsterdam | The Netherlands | E:
coulais@uva.nl | W: _http://coulaislab.com/ _ |
T: +31 (0) 20 525 7224


19th October 2018 : postdoc position on glassy, activated and complex dynamics




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Subject: postdoc position on glassy, activated and complex
dynamics
Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2018 12:23:24 +0200
From: Giulio Biroli <giulio.biroli@ens.fr>
To: BIROLI Giulio <giulio.biroli@ens.fr>

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style="font-size: 14px;" face="Times"> style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">I would like
to invite applications 
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(Junior Research Chair) in statistical physics at
postdoctoral level at the physics department of Ecole
Normale Supérieure (Paris). 

style="font-size: 14px;" face="Times"> style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">The
appointment will be for two years with a possible one year
extension.
 

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style="font-size: 14px;" face="Times"> style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">The class="" style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);"> Junior
Research Chair in Statistical Physics will actively work in
my group on research topics such as glassy, activated and
complex dynamics

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applications ranging from physics to machine learning.
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style="font-size: 14px;" face="Times"> style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">Further
information 
about the postdoctoral position is
available on the website

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style="-webkit-font-kerning: none; font-size: 14px;"> class="" face="Times">I would be grateful if you would bring
this announcement 
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of strong, creative individuals with a background in 
class="" style="font-family: Times; font-size: 14px;">statistical
physics and encourage them to apply.

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style="-webkit-font-kerning: none; font-size: 14px;"> class="" face="Times">NOTE: The deadline for applications
is October 31, 2018.

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19th October 2018 : Ens postdoc position on glassy, activated and complex dynamics

Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2018 12:23:24 +0200
From: Giulio Biroli
To: BIROLI Giulio
Subject: postdoc position on glassy, activated and complex dynamics

Dear Colleagues,

I would like to invite applications for a JRC (Junior Research Chair) in statistical physics at postdoctoral level at the physics department
of Ecole Normale Supérieure (Paris). 
The appointment will be for two years with a possible one year extension. 

The Junior Research Chair in Statistical Physics will actively work in my group on research topics such as glassy, activated and complex
dynamics
with applications ranging from physics to machine learning. 

Further information about the postdoctoral position is available on the website
https://www.phys.ens.fr/spip.php?article2159

I would be grateful if you would bring this announcement to the attention of strong, creative individuals with a background in statistical
physics and encourage them to apply.

NOTE: The deadline for applications is October 31, 2018.

Sincerely,
Giulio Biroli


19th October 2018 : Tenure track faculty position – Theoretical and Experimental Statistical Physics, Soft Matter, and Biophysics – Academia Sinica

Dear colleagues,

The Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica invites applications for a
tenure-track faculty position in the Physics of Active and Biological
Systems Group to enhance and develop its research programs in
biophysics, soft matter, statistical physics, complex fluids, neural
networks, and to initiate and lead new directions.

Academia Sinica is the leading basic research institution in Taiwan,
government funded and made up of an increasingly international community
of scholars. More information about the Institute of Physics can be
retrieved via http://www.phys.sinica.edu.tw/index_en.php .   Successful
candidates will be granted an initial start-up research funding support.
Faculty members of Academia Sinica can teach and supervise graduate
students in the country's universities under a voluntary basis.

The application materials should be packaged in a single PDF file:
Please include (1) a cover letter describing the major accomplishments;
(2) a current curriculum vitae including a complete publication list;
(3) a research statement on future research plans(no more than 6 pages);
(4) contact information of at least three references.

Inquiries can be made to Mr. Jim Kao, Institute of Physics, Academia
Sinica, Nankang, Taipei 11529, Taiwan;
e-mail:jimkao0826@gate.sinica.edu.tw; phone: +886-2-27896715

Applications submitted to before January 31^st , 2019 will receive full
consideration.


18th October 2018 : Postdoc – numerical simulation of attractive and patchy colloids – ITP-CAS, Bejing

Dear colleagues,

Yuliang Jin (ITP-CAS, Bejing), has a postdoctoral opening on a project
on numerical simulation of attractive and patchy colloids.

The postdoc will also work in close collaboration with Ludovic Berthier
(University of Montpellier), Hajime Yoshino (Osaka University), and
Francesco Zamponi (ENS Paris).

All the details can be found in the attached announcement.

Please circulate this information to potentially interested candidates.

Best wishes,

Ludovic Berthier

See Attachement : Postdoc_opening.pdf


18th October 2018 : CENTURI postdoctoral call (Marseille)

Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2018 19:14:32 +0200
From: info@centuri-livingsystems.org
To: undisclosed-recipients: ;
Subject: CENTURI postdoctoral call now open

Dear all,
 
 
The Turing Centre for Living Systems (CENTURI) is recruiting up to 10 highly motivated postdoctoral fellows to work in an interdisciplinary life science environment. The available postdoctoral projects will
be displayed on the "Recruitment" part of our website, with more projects being added to our website up until November 15.
 
 
Candidates can either apply to one of the advertised CENTURI projects or submit their own project, providing that they meet the application criteria and that their application is supported by the host
lab(s). These projects should be submitted to: postdocproject@centuri-livingsystems.org
 
Deadline for application and project submission for postdoc candidates: November 30, 2018
 
 
 
Best regards,
CENTURI management team

See Attachement : CENTURI Postdoc Call 2018 .pdf


LPTMS Internship Proposal: Searching for topological physics in dissipative Ytterbium gases

Dissipation is ubiquitous in experiments on quantum matter and it typically reduces the timescales
over which pristine quantum phenomena can be investigated or lowers the quality of the
measurements. It’s an “enemy” that has to be fought harshly and roughly. In this internship we
will change the paradigm and consider dissipation as a resource. Dissipation can induce genuine
and interesting quantum effects (see for instance Ref. 1) and we are interesting in proposing
realistic experiments that can reveal them.

We will focus on the experiments on ultracold ytterbium gases that are currently realized in
several laboratories around the world, among which those at Collège de France in Paris (see
Ref. 2). The goal of this internship is to characterize theoretically the interplay between (i) the
dissipative mechanisms that distinguish these atoms and (ii) the unavoidable presence of atomatom
interactions (Ref. 3 presents some first data obtained in Hamburg, Germany). We will
inspect whether the dissipation-induced topological properties presented in the model of
reference 4, where interactions are neglected, can be observed in Ytterbium gases, where
interactions cannot be neglected. The main investigation tool will be advanced numerical
algorithms based on matrix-product states, that allow for the study of dissipative many-body
systems (see Ref. 5 for an article where such methods have been used to characterize dissipative
topological models).

References:
1. F. Verstraete, M. W. Wolf and J. I. Cirac, Nature Physics 5, 633 (2009).
2. R Bouganne et al., New J. Phys. 19, 113006 (2017).
3. K. Sponselee et al., arXiv:1805.11853 (2018).
4. M. S. Rudner and L. S. Levitov, Phys. Rev. Lett. 102, 065703 (2009).
5. F. Iemini, D. Rossini, R. Fazio, S. Diehl and L. Mazza, Phys. Rev. B 93, 115113 (2016)

Director:
Leonardo MAZZA
leonardo.mazza@u-psud.fr
https://sites.google.com/site/leonardmaz/

pdfDissipativeYtterbium


16th October 2018 : Postdoctoral position in Biomathematics (Milan)

Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2018 17:21:24 +0200
From: Giuseppe Gaeta
To: Giuseppe.Gaeta@unimi.it
Subject: Re: Postdoctoral position in Biomathematics (Milan)

Dear Friends,

our postdoc in Biomathematics is now officially announced; the deadline for
application is November 19 at 12:00. Candidates should have their PhD by
28/Feb/2019 at the latest. The salary is 21.000 E per year; if the winner
resides abroad at the time of application, there is a moving allowance of 600
E/month on top of the salary.

All branches of Biomathematics (intended in a broad sense, in particular to
include Bio-Mathematical Physics) are acceptable.

The call is available (in Italian and in English) at the following addresses:

http://www.unimi.it/cataloghi/ass_collaborazione_ricerca/BANDO_tipo_A_2018%20eng%20def.pdf

http://www.unimi.it/cataloghi/ass_collaborazione_ricerca/BANDO_tipo_A_2018%20def.pdf

Please note that it is explicitely stated in the call that candidates who
reside outside Italy have the right - if shortlisted - to be interviewed
online.

Thanks for spreading this announcement to all those potentially interested.

Giuseppe


12th October 2018 : Postdoc – shear thickening suspensions – Université Grenoble-Alpes

Dear all,

We have an opening for a 18-month postdoctoral researcher, starting from
February 2019, to work on the *simulation and modelling
of shear-thickening suspensions* in Université Grenoble-Alpes, Grenoble,
France. The work will be centered on understanding the emergence of
instabilities and on modeling the transient interplay between dilation
and pore pressure feedback as shear thickening occurs.

The position is funded by the ANR grant "ScienceFriction" led by B.
Metzger (IUSTI, Marseille), which combines experimental, numerical  and
theoretical approaches to the rheology of shear thickening, with a focus
on transient phenomena and flow instabilities in close collaboration
with H. Lhuissier, and Y. Forterre at IUSTI in Marseille, and M. Wyart
at EPFL in Lausanne.

The succesful candidate will work with Romain Mari within the broader
Statistical Physics and Modelling group
 in Laboratoire
Interdisciplinaire de Physique
 ("LIPhy"), affiliated to CNRS and
Université Grenoble-Alpes. Research at LIPhy covers bio-, soft matter,
and statistical physics, among others. It is based in Grenoble, one of
the biggest academic cities in France, in the French Alps.

Candidates should have a recent PhD (obtained after January 2017) and
have a strong background in physics, ideally in numerical simulation
and/or theory of soft materials.

Application consists of a CV, a cover letter, and 2 recommendation
letters, and should exclusively be made via http://bit.ly/2OcXhFw before
*November 5, 2018.*

Romain Mari

Chargé de recherche CNRS
Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire de Physique (LIPhy)
Université Grenoble-Alpes
140 rue de la Physique, 38402 Saint-Martin-d'Hères
http://rmari.github.io


12th October 2018 : Postdoc positions in physical biology: flocks, swarms and all that – Rome




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Subject: [info.statphys] Postdoc positions in physical biology:
flocks, swarms and all that - Rome
Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2018 12:22:35 +0200
From: Andrea Cavagna <andrea.cavagna@roma1.infn.it>
Reply-To: Andrea Cavagna <andrea.cavagna@roma1.infn.it>
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr

style="line-height:1.38;margin-top:0pt;margin-bottom:0pt"
id="gmail-docs-internal-guid-10d147ff-7fff-39ba-b871-a6d2f3bc3ac3"> size="2">Dear colleagues,

style="line-height:1.38;margin-top:0pt;margin-bottom:0pt"> size="2">we are looking for postdoctoral fellows interested in performing experimental research at the interface between physics and biology. The aim of our group is to study the collective phenomena of life through a close interplay between experimental data on biological groups in their natural environment and statistical physics methods, as correlation functions, scaling and the renormalization group. We plan to work in systems as diverse as bird flocks, insect swarms, and cell colonies. The new experimental team will have the task to develop the new data-acquisition systems (both in 3D - flocks, swarms - and 2D - stem cells), to calibrate and test the new apparatus, and to conduct the data-acquisition campaigns. A strong emphasis will be put on the comparison between theory and experiments.

style="line-height:1.38;margin-top:0pt;margin-bottom:0pt"> size="2">The postdocs will join the COBBS Group in Rome (Collective Behaviour in Biological Systems), at the Institute for Complex Systems of the CNR, and work under the supervision of Andrea Cavagna and Irene Giardina. The duration of the positions is two years, potentially extendable. The positions will be funded by the ERC Advanced Grant RG.BIO to Andrea Cavagna. More information about our group and this project can be found at href="http://www.cobbs.it" style="text-decoration:none"
moz-do-not-send="true">www.cobbs.it.

style="line-height:1.38;margin-top:0pt;margin-bottom:0pt"> size="2">Applications should be sent by email to href="mailto:andrea.cavagna@roma1.infn.it"
style="text-decoration:none" moz-do-not-send="true">andrea.cavagna@roma1.infn.it; they should contain a cv and the contacts of senior scientists who can provide recommendation letters (only upon our request). Although there is no sharp deadline for these positions, earlier applications will naturally be given higher priority. We therefore encourage interested candidates to contact us immediately.

style="line-height:1.38;margin-top:0pt;margin-bottom:0pt"> size="2">Thank you for your help.

style="line-height:1.38;margin-top:0pt;margin-bottom:0pt"> size="2">Andrea Cavagna

style="line-height:1.38;margin-top:0pt;margin-bottom:0pt"> size="2">Irene Giardina




12th October 2018 : Postdoc position in Lisbon




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Subject: [info.statphys] One Postdoc position in Lisbon
Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2018 11:26:29 +0100
From: Nuno Araujo (nmaraujo@fc.ul.pt via info.statphys Mailing
List) <info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
Reply-To: Nuno Araujo <nmaraujo@fc.ul.pt>
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr

lang="EN-GB">Dear all,

lang="EN-GB">

lang="EN-GB">The  target="_blank" moz-do-not-send="true">Center for
Theoretical and Computational Physics
 (Lisbon,
Portugal) is looking for a talented and highly motivated
Postdoc to develop numerical and theoretical methods to
study the dynamics of adhesion and proliferation of cells
on planar and self-assembled scaffolds. 

lang="EN-GB"> 

lang="EN-GB">Interested candidates with a PhD in Physics
(or related areas) and expertise in Statistical Physics
and Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics are encouraged to
apply. The contract is for thirty months. The expected
starting date is January 1, 2019.  

lang="EN-GB"> 

lang="EN-GB">Further details about the application can be
found in the official announcement:

lang="EN-GB"> 

style="color:rgb(68,68,68)"> href="https://goo.gl/hmHZ6W" target="_blank"
style="color:rgb(149,79,114)" moz-do-not-send="true">https://goo.gl/hmHZ6W(English)

 

style="color:rgb(68,68,68)"> href="https://goo.gl/sVE1io" target="_blank"
style="color:rgb(149,79,114)" moz-do-not-send="true"> lang="PT-BR">https://goo.gl/sVE1io style="color:rgb(68,68,68)" lang="PT-BR">(Portuguese) lang="PT-BR">

lang="PT-BR"> 

Informal
enquiries can be addressed to Nuno Araújo ( href="mailto:nmaraujo@fc.ul.pt" target="_blank"
style="color:rgb(149,79,114)" moz-do-not-send="true">nmaraujo@fc.ul.pt).

Please
forward this message to any potential candidate.

--

Nuno Araújo

 

Mail Address:

        Nuno Araújo

        Universidade de Lisboa

        Centro de Física Teórica e
Computacional

        Departamento de Física da FCUL

        8.6.17

        Campo Grande, Ed C8

        P-1749-016 Lisboa



12th October 2018 : Postdoc in biological physics summer/fall2019




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Subject: [info.statphys] Postdoc in biological physics
summer/fall2019
Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2018 17:20:53 +0000
From: Samuel Safran <Sam.Safran@weizmann.ac.il>
Reply-To: Samuel Safran <Sam.Safran@weizmann.ac.il>
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr
<info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
CC: Sam Safran (bpsafran@wisemail.weizmann.ac.il)
<bpsafran@wisemail.weizmann.ac.il>


style="margin-bottom:7.5pt;line-height:18.0pt;background:white"> style="font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#333333">Postdoc
in the group of Sam Safran at the Dept. of Chemical and
Biological Physics at the Weizmann Institute of Science, a
multidisciplinary research center in Rehovot, Israel.

style="margin-bottom:7.5pt;line-height:18.0pt;background:white"> style="font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#333333">We are
look for a postdoc to start in summmer/fall 2019 with
expertise in analytical approaches to soft matter physics
and/or biological physics for research in cell and nuclear
mechanics related to experiments of our international
collaborators.

style="margin-bottom:7.5pt;line-height:18.0pt;background:white"> style="font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#333333">Our areas
of interest are represented by the publications on our Web
page  target="_blank" moz-do-not-send="true"> style="color:#2EA3C0">http://www.weizmann.ac.il/fluids/SafranGroup/

style="margin-bottom:7.5pt;line-height:18.0pt;background:white;box-sizing:border-box;font-variant-ligatures:normal;font-variant-caps:normal;text-align:start;text-decoration-style:initial;text-decoration-color:initial;word-spacing:0px"> style="font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#333333">Conditions
of the postdoctoral fellowship can be seen at:  href="https://www.weizmann.ac.il/feinberg/fellowship-aid/postdoctoral-fellows"
target="_blank" moz-do-not-send="true"> style="color:#2EA3C0">https://www.weizmann.ac.il/feinberg/fellowship-aid/postdoctoral-fellows

style="margin-bottom:7.5pt;line-height:18.0pt;background:white;box-sizing:border-box;font-variant-ligatures:normal;font-variant-caps:normal;text-align:start;text-decoration-style:initial;text-decoration-color:initial;word-spacing:0px"> style="font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;color:#333333">Please
email:  target="_blank" moz-do-not-send="true"> style="color:#2EA3C0">sam.safran@weizmann.ac.il 
 with a CV, list of publications and research statement by
December 15.

 



12th October 2018 : Postdoc – biological physics – Weizmann Institute

Postdoc in the group of Sam Safran at the Dept. of Chemical and
Biological Physics at the Weizmann Institute of Science, a
multidisciplinary research center in Rehovot, Israel.

We are look for a postdoc to start in summmer/fall 2019 with expertise
in analytical approaches to soft matter physics and/or biological
physics for research in cell and nuclear mechanics related to
experiments of our international collaborators.

Our areas of interest are represented by the publications on our Web
page http://www.weizmann.ac.il/fluids/SafranGroup/.

Conditions of the postdoctoral fellowship can be seen at:
https://www.weizmann.ac.il/feinberg/fellowship-aid/postdoctoral-fellows

Please email: sam.safran@weizmann.ac.il
   with a CV, list of publications and
research statement by December 15.


LPTMS PhD Proposal: Algebraic area enumeration of two-dimensional closed random lattice walks

Responsable: OUVRY Stéphane + 33 (0)1 69 15 36 30

Thesis proposal :
The quantum Hofstadter problem [1] (a charge particle hopping on a square lattice coupled to a perpendicular magnetic field) is fascinating for several reasons : its spectrum is a rare example of a fractal emerging from quantum mechanics, its transport properties can shed an interesting light on the quantum Hall effect,...
The Hofstadter model happens to be related to closed random walks on a square lattice,more precisely there is a mapping between the n-th moment of the Hofstadter Hamiltonian and the generating function for the enumeration of close lattice walks of length n enclosing a given algebraic area.
Recently [2] a formula for the algebraic area enumeration has been obtained starting from the so called Kreft coefficients [3] which encode the Schrodinger equation for the Hofstadter model.
Several key observations made in [2] and on which the enumeration relies happen to be incompletely understood and not yet seated on solid mathematical grounds.
Also the final enumeration formula has a complexity which increases exponentially with n making it difficult to be used for walks with a large number of steps.

The thesis will focus on a better understanding and improving of [2] namely :
i) derive some or all of the observations in [2] which lead to the enumeration formula
ii) interpret in terms of 1d random walks characteristics (if possible) the building blocks of the enumeration formula and use this interpretation to push further
its understanding
iii) also if possible simplify and reduce the formula to make it more tractable for the algebraic aera enumeration of walks with a large number of steps Last but not the least, coming back to the Hofstadter model via the mapping discussed above,can the enumeration formula gives new insights on the Hofstadter spectrum in the irrational limit where the flux per plaquette becomes an irrational number?

Last but not the least, coming back to the Hofstadter model via the mapping discussed above, can the enumeration formula gives new insights on the Hofstadter spectrum in the irrational limit where the flux per plaquette becomes an irrational number?

[1] D.R. Hofstadter, Phys. Rev. B 14 (1976) 2239.
[2] S. Ouvry and S. Wu, arXiv: 1810.04098 « The algebraic area of closed lattice random walks »
[3] C. Kreft, « Explicit Computation of the Discriminant for the Harper Equation with Rational Flux », SFB 288 Preprint No. 89 (1993)

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11th October 2018 : Open faculty positions at IST Austria: hard & soft condensed matter

Dear Friends and Colleagues in Soft Matter,

I'm writing to advertise multiple open faculty positions in physics and
chemistry at the Institute of Science and Technology (IST) in Austria. 
Located just outside of Vienna, IST is a young institution dedicated to
interdisciplinary research in the fundamental sciences.

The current call is open to all fields of physics and chemistry and for
positions as Assistant (tenure track) or Full Professor.  There is a
specific push for hard condensed matter, but exceptional candidates in
soft matter will be considered as well.

IST provides exceptional support for their PIs.  Beyond the excellent
infrastructure in the brand new physics building and competitive start
ups, IST offers each group leader guaranteed financial support with
annual base funding.

As can be seen in the attached brochure, the deadline for this year's
call is November 2.  If you should have any further questions, please
don't hesitate to contact me.

Best,
Scott

See Attachement : IST_Open_Call.pdf


8th October 2018 : Faculty Positions in Soft Matter and Biophysics at Emory University

Emory University's Physics department is doing two faculty searches this
year for positions at the Assistant Professor level:

1)  Theoretical Soft Matter person
2)  Experimental Biophysics person

Below are the official advertisements with links to apply.  We
will begin reviewing applications starting November 1st, 2018.

Questions should be addressed to:
For search in Theoretical Soft Matter Physics,  contact Prof. Connie
Roth, cbroth@emory.edu
For search in Experimental Biophysics,  contact Prof. Laura Finzi,
lfinzi@emory.edu

*Faculty Position in Theoretical Soft Matter Physics at Emory University*

The Department of Physics at Emory University invites applications for a
tenure-track faculty position at the assistant professor level in
Theoretical Physics, to begin in September 2019 or later.  We are
particularly interested in applicants with research interests in soft
matter, nonlinear and/or statistical physics, and who will benefit from
and complement our Department’s strengths in these fields.  For a
detailed description of ongoing departmental research, see
http://www.physics.emory.edu/home/research/.

Applicants must have a PhD in physics or a closely related field,
postdoctoral training, and a proven record of research accomplishments.
 The successful candidate will be expected to establish an
independent, internationally recognized and externally funded research
program, and demonstrate excellence in teaching at both undergraduate
and graduate levels. He or she will have access to the state-of-the art
research facilities maintained by the Department of Physics and other
research support centers at Emory, as described at
http://www.physics.emory.edu/home/facilities/.

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/53355. Applicants should arrange for
three letters of recommendation to be uploaded to the same site.  Review
of applications will begin November 1, 2018, and will continue until the
position is filled.  All applications received up to 30 days after
review begins will be given full consideration.  Questions about the
position can be sent to Prof. Connie Roth at cbroth@emory.edu
.  Emory University is an equal opportunity and
affirmative action employer in Atlanta, GA.  Women, minorities, people
with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

*Faculty position in experimental biophysics at Emory University*

The Department of Physics at Emory University invites applications for a
tenure-track assistant professor position in experimental biophysics,
with the appointment starting in September 2019. We welcome applications
from outstanding candidates in all areas of experimental biophysics.
Applicants whose research complements and bridges the existing
strengths in experimental biophysics in the Department 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. The candidate will benefit from a
vibrant, interdisciplinary research environment that encompasses the
Emory College of Arts and Sciences, School of Medicine and School of
Public Health, as well as the Georgia Institute of Technology, and the
Center for Disease Control (CDC).

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/53356 and arrange for at least three
letters of reference to be uploaded to the same site. Reviews of
applications will begin Monday, November 1, 2018 and will continue until
the position is filled. Applications received up to 30 days after review
begins will be given full consideration.  For more information about the
department, visithttp://www.physics.emory.edu.

Emory University is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative
action employer in Atlanta, GA.  Women, minorities, people with
disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

--
Connie B. Roth
Associate Professor
Department of Physics
Emory University
Atlanta, GA 30322 USA
http://www.physics.emory.edu/faculty/roth/


8th October 2018 : Postdoc position in Houston: Stochastic Thermodynamics




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Subject: [info.statphys] Postdoc position in Houston: Stochastic
Thermodynamics
Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2018 14:55:35 -0500
From: Andre Cardoso Barato <barato@pks.mpg.de>
Reply-To: Andre Cardoso Barato <barato@pks.mpg.de>
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr

Dear Colleagues,

a postdoc position is open in my recently stabilised group
(https://sites.google.com/site/andrecbarato/home) in the
Department of Physics of the University of Houston. The
position is for two years and the postdoc will work with me
on stochastic thermodynamics. Specific topics of interest include
bounds on fluctuations in nonequilibrium systems, periodically driven
systems, applications related to biophysics, and the relation between
information and thermodynamics.

Interested candidates should write an email to barato@uh.edu.

With best wishes,

Andre C Barato



8th October 2018 : Fwd: [info.statphys] Postdoc position on polymer physics of chromosome organization




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Subject: [info.statphys] Postdoc position on polymer physics of
chromosome organization
Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2018 12:01:02 +0200
From: Daniel Jost <daniel.jost@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr>
Reply-To: Daniel Jost <daniel.jost@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr>
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr

Dear Colleagues,

My group is looking for a talented postdoc that will develop an
interdisciplinary activity on the modeling of chromosome folding and
dynamics in humans.

The fellowship is funded for up to two years. We are seeking a creative
and highly motivated candidate with a strong background in numerical
simulations and polymer modeling.

More details are given in the attached document or at the address:
http://www-timc.imag.fr/Daniel.Jost/DJ-TIMC/Join_us.html

I would be grateful if you could bring this opportunity to the attention
of any suitable candidates.

Best regards,

Daniel Jost

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Daniel Jost,
CNRS Research Associate,
University Grenoble-Alpes,
TIMC-IMAG lab, BCM team
38706 La Tronche Cedex
tel: +33 4 56 52 00 68
web: http://www-timc.imag.fr/Daniel.Jost
twitter: @djost_physbiol
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See Attachement : Postdoc_polymerphysics_chromosome_Jostgroup.pdf


5th October 2018 : Tenure-track faculty position at EPFL on « Data-Driven Engineering Design »

Dear Colleagues,

I am writing to inform you that we have a faculty position at EPFL's
School of Engineering, in the general area of "Data-Driven Engineering
Design", at the level of tenure-track Assistant Professor. You can find
more information in the following link:
https://professeurs.epfl.ch/page-158267-fr.html

We are particularly interested in, but are not limited to, the following
research areas: (i) data mining in the context of product design; (ii)
data-based geometrical and physical modeling; (iii) data-based analysis
and decision making in the life-cycle of products; (iv) data-driven
optimization for production; and (v) design methodologies supported by
artificial intelligence for the industrial and biomedical fields.

If you know top-level potential candidates for this position, I would be
most grateful if you could encourage them to apply and/or let me know.

Best regards,
Pedro Reis

*________________________________
Pedro M. Reis*
Professor, EPFL, Switzerland
Institute of Mechanical Engineering
fleXLab: Flexible Structures Laboratory
Office #: MED 0 1226


5th October 2018 : Postdoc – Polymer physics of chromosome organization – Grenoble

Dear Colleagues,

My group is looking for a talented postdoc that will develop an
interdisciplinary activity on the modeling of chromosome folding and
dynamics in humans.

The fellowship is funded for up to two years. We are seeking a creative
and highly motivated candidate with a strong background in numerical
simulations and polymer modeling.

More details are given in the attached document or at the address:
http://www-timc.imag.fr/Daniel.Jost/DJ-TIMC/Join_us.html

I would be grateful if you could bring this opportunity to the attention
of any suitable candidates.

Best regards,

Daniel Jost

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Daniel Jost,
CNRS Research Associate,
University Grenoble-Alpes,
TIMC-IMAG lab, BCM team
38706 La Tronche Cedex
tel: +33 4 56 52 00 68
web: http://www-timc.imag.fr/Daniel.Jost
twitter: @djost_physbiol
----------------------------------------

See Attachement : Postdoc_polymerphysics_chromosome_Jostgroup.pdf


5th October 2018 : Postdoc / polymer physics of chromosome / Grenoble / Jost

Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2018 12:01:02 +0200
From: Daniel Jost
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr
Subject: [info.statphys] Postdoc position on polymer physics of chromosome
organization

Dear Colleagues,

My group is looking for a talented postdoc that will develop an
interdisciplinary activity on the modeling of chromosome folding and dynamics
in humans.

The fellowship is funded for up to two years. We are seeking a creative and
highly motivated candidate with a strong background in numerical simulations
and polymer modeling.

More details are given in the attached document or at the address:
http://www-timc.imag.fr/Daniel.Jost/DJ-TIMC/Join_us.html

I would be grateful if you could bring this opportunity to the attention of any
suitable candidates.

Best regards,

Daniel Jost

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Daniel Jost,
CNRS Research Associate,
University Grenoble-Alpes,
TIMC-IMAG lab, BCM team
38706 La Tronche Cedex
tel: +33 4 56 52 00 68
web: http://www-timc.imag.fr/Daniel.Jost
twitter: @djost_physbiol
----------------------------------------

See Attachement : Postdoc_polymerphysics_chromosome_Jostgroup.pdf


5th October 2018 : Professor Position Opening 09/2019 – Cergy-Pontoise

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Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2018 16:09:50 +0200
From: "A. Torcini"
Reply-To: A. Torcini
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr
Subject: [info.statphys] Professor Position Opening 09/2019 - Cergy-Pontoise
(France)

 
 Dear all,

 We expect the opening of a Full Professor position at
 the Theoretical Physics and Modelisation Laboratory (LPTM), Physics Department,
 University Cergy Pontoise, France. Position to start in September 2019.

 This position will be endowed by Labex MME-DII
(see  https://labex-mme-dii.u-cergy.fr/)
with a "Chaire d'Excellence" or  special funding involving:

 A 4-year 10,000 Euros/year personal research grant
 A 4-year, up to 13,000 Euros/year, salary bonus
 A 4-year partial two-third teaching dispensation, leading to a 64 hrs
 annual service instead of the statutory 192 hrs.

 Teaching at Physics Department, Université Cergy Pontoise, is done at
 undergraduate/graduate/postgraduate level; note that
 teaching curriculum includes a fully-English taught Master degree in
 Theoretical Physics , see

 https://www.u-cergy.fr/fr/formations/programms-taught-in-english/msc-master-of-science.html

 LPTM is a jointly supervised CNRS-Université Cergy Pontoise research
 entity within the Physics Department, Faculty of Science and Techniques, UCP.
 Research domains include: Condensed Matter Physics, 2D physics ,
 Fundaments of quantum theory, Cold Atoms, with strong numerical aspects and
 connections with experimental groups; Classical and Quantum Integrable
 systems; Stochastic processes and theoretical statistical mechanics; Soft
 matter theory, Complex systems, Non-linear dynamics and computational
 neuroscience . Research collaborations involve more than 80 laboratories or
 departments of Physics, Mathematical Sciences and Computer Sciences
 throughout the world.

 We are looking for outstanding candidates with a high level expertise in
 one or several domains pertaining to this research spectrum, without any
 predefined priority.

 Note that application to a French Professor position is subject to
 getting the "Qualification" assessment from French academic institution,
 the next call for the "Qualification aux fonctions de Professeur des Universités"
  DEADLINE 24 october 2018. 

It is recommended to obtain it at national level   by applying  through the portal:
 
https://www.galaxie.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr/ensup/cand_qualification_droit_commun.htm

Confirmation of opening is to occur around October 2018. Application
 schedule and procedures will be found on the above-mentioned portal.
 during March 2019. The expected start  of the position is September 2019.

 Please feel free to diffuse this information as broadly as you think it
 useful.

 For more information you may contact:

 Jean Avan, Chairman LPTM: jean.avan@u-cergy.fr
 
 Best regards

 Jean Avan

 


4th October 2018 : Postdoc – Theoretical Biophysics – Montpellier

Dear Colleagues,

Please circulate among possible candidates the attached announcement for
a postdoctoral position in Theoretical Biophysics (Montpellier, France).

Sincerely,
John Palmeri

Laboratoire Charles Coulomb UMR 5221 CNRS-UM
Département Physique Théorique
Université Montpellier - CC070
Place Eugène Bataillon
F-34095 Montpellier Cedex 5 France

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Bat. 13, 3eme étage, bureau 56.0
Tel : +33 (0)4.67.14.45.64
john.palmeri@umontpellier.fr
http://www.coulomb.univ-montp2.fr/

See Attachement : postdoc _GEM_2019_L2C.pdf


2nd October 2018 : Postdoc Theoretical Biophysics (Montpellier, France)

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Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2018 18:04:56 +0200
From: John Palmeri
To: John Palmeri
Subject: postdoctoral position in Theoretical Biophysics (Montpellier, France)

Dear Colleagues,

Please circulate among possible candidates the attached announcement for a
postdoctoral position in Theoretical Biophysics (Montpellier, France).

Sincerely,
John Palmeri

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Bonjour,

Merci de communiquer l'offre de postdoc ci-attachée en biophysique théorique
(Montpellier) aux personnes qui pourraient être intéressées.

Bien cordialement,
John Palmeri

--
John Palmeri
Laboratoire Charles Coulomb UMR 5221 CNRS-UM
Département Physique Théorique
Université Montpellier - CC070
Place Eugène Bataillon
F-34095 Montpellier Cedex 5 France

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Bat. 13, 3eme étage, bureau 56.0
Tel : +33 (0)4.67.14.45.64
john.palmeri@umontpellier.fr
http://www.coulomb.univ-montp2.fr/

See Attachement : postdoc _GEM_2019_L2C.pdf


1st October 2018 : Postdoc – Theoretical Biophysics (Montpellier, France)

Dear Colleagues,

Please circulate among possible candidates the attached announcement for
a postdoctoral position in Theoretical Biophysics (Montpellier, France).

Sincerely,
John Palmeri

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

Bonjour,

Merci de communiquer l'offre de postdoc ci-attachée en biophysique
théorique (Montpellier) aux personnes qui pourraient être intéressées.

Bien cordialement,
John Palmeri

--
John Palmeri
Laboratoire Charles Coulomb UMR 5221 CNRS-UM
Département Physique Théorique
Université Montpellier - CC070
Place Eugène Bataillon
F-34095 Montpellier Cedex 5 France

------
Bat. 13, 3eme étage, bureau 56.0
Tel : +33 (0)4.67.14.45.64
john.palmeri@umontpellier.fr
http://www.coulomb.univ-montp2.fr/

See Attachement : postdoc _GEM_2019_L2C.pdf


1st October 2018 : Postdoc – polymer physics of chromosome organization – Grenoble

Dear Colleagues,

My group is looking for a talented postdoc that will develop an
interdisciplinary activity on the modeling of chromosome folding and
dynamics in humans.

The fellowship is funded for up to two years. We are seeking a creative
and highly motivated candidate with a strong background in numerical
simulations and polymer modeling.

More details are given in the attached document or at the address:
http://www-timc.imag.fr/Daniel.Jost/DJ-TIMC/Join_us.html

I would be grateful if you could bring this opportunity to the attention
of any suitable candidates.

Best regards,

Daniel Jost

----------------------------------------
Daniel Jost,
CNRS Research Associate,
University Grenoble-Alpes,
TIMC-IMAG lab, BCM team
38706 La Tronche Cedex
tel: +33 4 56 52 00 68
web: http://www-timc.imag.fr/Daniel.Jost
twitter: @djost_physbiol
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See Attachement : Postdoc_polymerphysics_chromosome_Jostgroup.pdf


28th September 2018 : Poste MdC 28-29 Sorbonne Université « mécanique statistique hors d’équilibre »

Chers collègues

Le Laboratoire de Physique Théorique de la Matière Condensée (LPTMC) de
Sorbonne Université (campus Pierre et Marie Curie) devrait bénéficier de
l'ouverture d'un poste de Maître de Conférences au printemps 2019 sur
les sections 28 et 29. Ce poste est thématiquement fléché vers la
*mécanique statistique hors d'équilibre* avec un profil très ouvert
quant aux systèmes étudiés et aux concepts et aux méthodes employés.

Le LPTMC est structuré en trois pôles et le recrutement à venir concerne
principalement les pôles 1 et 2: "Physique aux interfaces" et "Systèmes
désordonnés et phénomènes hors équilibre". Les problèmes étudiés au
laboratoire et associés à ce profil concernent essentiellement: la
dynamique vitreuse, les  processus de recherche de cible, la physique du
chromosome et les processus cellulaires, les systèmes avec interaction à
longue portée, la turbulence de Navier-Stokes, les milieux granulaires,
la physico-chimie des liquides complexes et les applications en
géo-sciences, les processus de réaction-diffusion, le transport en
milieux confinés, la physique de la matière active, etc. Les
méthodes employées couvrent un large spectre allant des techniques
analytiques aux simulations numériques.

Les candidat-e-s sont vivement encouragé-e-s à prendre contact avec le
laboratoire pour définir un projet de recherche.
Les personnes à contacter (avec comme sujet du mail: "poste MdC au
LPTMC") sont
Bertrand Delamotte, directeur du LPTMC (delamotte@lptmc.jussieu.fr)
Annick Lesne (lesne@lptmc.jussieu.fr)

Le poste n'a pas de fléchage particulier pour ce qui est de
l'enseignement et s'effectuera donc aux niveaux Licence et Master au
sein de l'UFR de Physique.

Pour rappel: la candidature à un poste de Maître de Conférences
nécessite d'avoir la "qualification". Voir:
https://www.galaxie.enseignementsup-recherchegouv.fr/ensup/cand_qualification_droit_commun.htm

Nous vous invitons à diffuser le plus largement possible cette annonce.

Cordialement,
B. Delamotte


28th September 2018 : Postdoctoral position at EPFL, Lausanne


De: "De los Rios Paolo" <info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
À: "info statphys" <info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
Envoyé: Vendredi 21 Septembre 2018 09:02:46
Objet: [info.statphys] Postdoctoral position at EPFL, Lausanne

The Laboratory of Statistical Biophysics at EPFL, Lausanne (Switzerland) is looking for

a talented and enthusiastic postdoc, to work on Non-Equilibrium Statistical Physics (applications

to biological machines and origins-of-life problems) and/or Machine Learning

approaches to analyze biological data.

 

Strong analytical and computational (Python, C++, …), and writing skills are required.

 

The position is for initially for 1+1 years, starting at the earliest in late 2018, early 2019.

The call remains open until a fitting candidate is foud.

 

Prospective candidates can see the announcement at

 

https://lbs.epfl.ch/page-74334-en-html/

 

and can contact paolo.delosrios@epfl.ch for further information.


28th September 2018 : poste MCF 28 à Sorbonne Université




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Université
Date : Fri, 28 Sep 2018 10:24:39 +0200
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à :
Georges Landa href="mailto:georges.landa@laas.fr"
moz-do-not-send="true"><georges.landa@laas.fr>
Pour : href="mailto:cnu28@laas.fr" moz-do-not-send="true">cnu28@laas.fr

Chers Collègues,

voici une annonce de poste MCF28 à Sorbonne Université,
susceptible d'être publiée incessamment, à diffuser autour de
vous,

amicalement,

Georges

--

Georges LANDA

Physicien, Directeur de Recherches CNRS

LAAS-CNRS

7, avenue du Colonel Roche

BP 54200

31031 Toulouse cedex 4 - France

Tel. : (33) 561 336 452 Fax. : (33) 561 336 208

E-mail : moz-do-not-send="true">georges.landa@laas.fr

Page personnelle : href="http://www.laas.fr/%7Elandag/"
moz-do-not-send="true">http://www.laas.fr/~landag/

--

Georges LANDA

Président du Conseil National des Universités (CNU)

Section 28 : Milieux denses et matériaux

Physicien, Directeur de Recherches au LAAS-CNRS

7, avenue du Colonel Roche

BP 54200

31031 Toulouse cedex 4 France

Tel. : (33) 561 336 452 Fax. : (33) 561 336 208

E-mail : href="mailto:georges.landa@laas.fr"
moz-do-not-send="true">georges.landa@laas.fr

Page personnelle : href="http://homepages.laas.fr/landag/"
moz-do-not-send="true">http://homepages.laas.fr/landag/


See Attachement : 2018_SorbonneUniv_IMPMC_MCF_CNU28_Fr.pdf


28th September 2018 : Postdoc – Non-Equilibrium Statistical Physics for Biology – EPFL, Lausanne

The Laboratory of Statistical Biophysics at EPFL, Lausanne (Switzerland)
is looking for a talented and enthusiastic postdoc, to work on
Non-Equilibrium Statistical Physics (applications to biological machines
and origins-of-life problems) and/or Machine Learning approaches to
analyze biological data.

Strong analytical and computational (Python, C++, …), and writing skills
are required.

The position is for initially for 1+1 years, starting at the earliest in
late 2018, early 2019. The call remains open until a fitting candidate
is foud.

Prospective candidates can see the announcement at

https://lbs.epfl.ch/page-74334-en-html/

and can contact paolo.delosrios@epfl.ch
for further information.


LPTMS Internship Proposal: Pairing and topological phases in cold atoms with long-range interaction

Correlated quantum systems in low dimensions show fascinating properties that distinguish them from their three dimensional counterparts as a consequence of the enhancement of quantum fluctuations. Interacting fermions and bosons in one-dimension (1D) can exhibit many exotic phases of matter. Although short-range interacting particles in 1D are rather well understood, much less is known for long-range interacting systems.Seminal efforts are underway in the control of artificial quantum systems to simulate arbitrary model Hamiltonians which are now barely accessible to classical computation methods. Ultra-cold dipolar or Rydberg atoms can realize Bose or Fermi gases with long-range interactions.

Internship director surnames:Leonardo MAZZA, Guillaume ROUX and Pascal SIMON
E-mails:leonardo.mazza@u-psud.fr, guillaume.roux@u-psud.fr,pascal.simon@u-psud.fr
Web page:http://lptms.u-psud.fr/and https://www.lps.u-psud.fr

Internship location:Orsay(labs will be neighbor in January)

pdfFormulaire_Proposition_Stage_These_SimonRouxMazza


25th September 2018 : Postdoc & PhD – computational biomechanics – U. of Edinburgh

Dear colleagues,

I would be grateful if you could circulate the job adverts below amongst
your contacts.

I am currently looking for ambitious and motivated researchers to join
my group at The University of Edinburgh, UK, at the Postdoctoral
Research Fellow and PhD student level. Both projects are in the area of
computational biomechanics with applications to Tissue Engineering and
blood flow in complex vascular networks, respectively.

 * Postdoctoral Research Fellow. MyoChip: Building a 3D innervated and
irrigated muscle on a chip. See poster in the attachment. We are
currently accepting expressions of interest across the consortium. A job
opening in Edinburgh will follow shortly.

 * PhD Scholarship. Blood flow modelling in complex vascular networks:
from cancer diagnosis to treatment planning.
https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BMV167/phd-studentship-blood-flow-modelling-in-complex-vascular-networks-from-cancer-diagnosis-to-treatment-planning

The successful candidates will join a growing and multidisciplinary
group. They will benefit from hands-on supervision, access to
world-class computational resources and training, and a worldwide
network of collaborators spanning across disciplines. Edinburgh is a
vibrant city consistently ranked amongst the top places to live in the UK.

You can find information about the University’s stand on Brexit here:
https://www.ed.ac.uk/news/eu

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


21st September 2018 : Postdoc position in Houston: Stochastic Thermodynamics

Dear Colleagues,

a postdoc position is open in my recently stabilised group
(https://sites.google.com/site/andrecbarato/home) in the
Department of Physics of the University of Houston. The
position is for two years and the postdoc will work with me
on stochastic thermodynamics. Specific topics of interest include
bounds on fluctuations in nonequilibrium systems, periodically driven
systems, applications related to biophysics, and the relation between
information and thermodynamics.

Interested candidates should write an email to barato@uh.edu.

With best wishes,

Andre C Barato


21st September 2018 : Post-doc at Navier lab




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Subject: [info.statphys] Post-doc at Navier lab
Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2018 20:53:42 +0200
From: Anaël Lemaître (anael.lemaitre@ifsttar.fr via
info.statphys Mailing List)
<info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
Reply-To: Anaël Lemaître <anael.lemaitre@ifsttar.fr>
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr

Dear Colleagues,

A post-doctoral position is available at Laboratoire Navier to carry out
a computational study of mechanical aging in dense silica suspensions.
This investigation will proceed in close collaboration with experiments
performed in our team.

By advance, I thank you for circulating the announcement to anyone who
might be interested.

Sincerely yours,
Anael Lemaitre




See Attachement : announcement.pdf


21st September 2018 : Postdoc – computational study of mechanical ageing – Navier lab, U. Paris-Est

Dear Colleagues,

A post-doctoral position is available at Laboratoire Navier to carry out
a computational study of mechanical aging in dense silica suspensions.
This investigation will proceed in close collaboration with experiments
performed in our team.

By advance, I thank you for circulating the announcement to anyone who
might be interested.

Sincerely yours,
Anael Lemaitre

See Attachement : announcement.pdf


20th September 2018 : PhD e postdoc job posting

Dear colleagues,

I just opened PhDand postdoc positions at the Max Planck Institute for
Intelligent Systems in Tubingen, starting date early 2019.
I'm looking for candidate profiles with a strong background in
statistical physics and interested in applications in computer science,
so I'm reaching out to ask if you know any possible candidate and if you
can please spread the word to other collaborators that might know
interested students.

Please refer them to this link for further info:http://www.cdebacco.com/

I also welcome master degree thesis with the possibility of co-advising
through the Max Planck Insitute. In particular, we have funding to
finance a monthly salary to women candidates, so if you know any
interested candidate please put them in contact with me
atcaterina.debacco@tuebingen.mpg.de

Thanks
Caterina

See Attachement : inference_PhD.pdf

See Attachement : optimization_PhD.pdf

See Attachement : postdoc.pdf


19th September 2018 : Faculty Position in Theoretical Biophysics/Complex Systems at Northwestern University

*Tenure Track Professor in Theoretical Biological Physics or Complex
Systems Physics*

The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Northwestern University
invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in
all areas of theoretical biological physics and complex systems,
beginning September 1, 2019.

We seek outstanding individuals who will complement and expand the
current activities of the Physics and Astronomy Department
(www.physics.northwestern.edu ) and
will be active members of the broader Northwestern University biological
and complexity communities. Research currently pursued by physics
faculty include soft and biological materials, interfaces between
inorganic and organic surfaces, complex networks in physical and
biological systems, statistical physics of biological molecules,
nonlinear dynamics, modeling of neuronal and intracellular processes
including statistical mechanics of computation and learning,
dynamical and structural properties of complex systems, and
molecular origins of complexity.

Applicants should have a strong record of achievement in research and a
commitment to excellence in undergraduate and graduate teaching in
physics. The ideal candidates will have a Ph.D. in physics or a related
field and will pursue connections with interdisciplinary efforts such as
those promoted by the university’s NIH Biophysics Training Grant, the
NCI-Northwestern Physical Sciences and Oncology Center, the Materials
Research Science and Engineering Center, the Northwestern Institute on
Complex Systems, the Initiative for Sustainability and Energy
at Northwestern, and the NSF-Simons Center for Quantitative Biology.

Interested applicants should submit their curriculum vitae, a list of
publications, and both a research and a teaching statement, and should
arrange for a minimum of three reference letters to be sent in support
of their application. All materials should be received by December 7,
2018 to receive full consideration. All materials should be submitted at
www.physics.northwestern.edu
.
General questions may be addressed to Cristian Pennington at
cristian.pennington@northwestern.edu

Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action
Employer of all protected classes including veterans and individuals
with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with
disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent
upon eligibility to work in the United States.
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Northwestern University
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phone: 847-467-6708
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18th September 2018 : Postdoctoral position in Biomathematics (Milan)



De: "Giuseppe Gaeta" <Giuseppe.Gaeta@unimi.it>
À: "Giuseppe Gaeta" <Giuseppe.Gaeta@unimi.it>
Envoyé: Mardi 18 Septembre 2018 18:32:09
Objet: Postdoctoral position in Biomathematics (Milan)

Dear
Friends,

We should have a postdoctoral position (2 years, renewable) in Milano
for Biomathematics. This is to be meant in a wide sense, including
activities with a Physics flavour, albeit it would surely be
appreciated if the postdoc is working in any area already active in the
Department (tumor dynamics; hearth electrophysiology; angiogenesis;
biopolymer dynamics; evolution and coevolution). I would personally be
specially interested in the last two themes, but we are anyway looking
for the best candidate in the area.

This is a joint position for the Mathematical Physics, Analysis and
Probability groups, and we would surely be happy of any project
bridging at least two of these topics; the call should be published in
the first half of October (see
http://www.unimi.it/ricerca/assegni_ricerca/69578.htm and follow the
"tipo A" link) and will require a (short) research project.

The salary should be around 21.000 E/year gross, plus a mobility
allowance for candidates - inluding those of italian nationality -
resident abroad at the moment of applying, of 600 E/month.

Please circulate and bring this info to the attention of potentially
interested candidates; they can contact me at the address
giuseppe.gaeta@unimi.it for any further information.

Giuseppe

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17th September 2018 : Assistant Professorship – biophysics – UCSD – female applicants only

Hi everyone,

We're doing a search for a Clare Boothe Luce Professorship in our
Physics and Biophysics Department to start in Fall 2019. Great
opportunity for a rock star woman! Please forward this ad to anyone who
may be interested!

Thanks!

Rae M. Robertson-Anderson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Chair
Department of Physics and Biophysics
University of San Diego
San Diego, CA 92110
619.260.8867

https://sandiego.edu/~randerson

Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor of Physics

The Department of Physics and Biophysics at the University of San Diego
invites applications for a tenure-track Clare Boothe Luce assistant
professorship to start in Fall 2019. This prestigious position, a result
of an award from the Henry Luce Foundation, includes exceptional career
development support along with a competitive salary and a generous
start-up package. The award terms limit the position to female
candidates who have a doctorate in physics and are US citizens or
permanent residents. The successful candidate should demonstrate the
potential for excellence in undergraduate teaching, and the capacity to
establish a vigorous research program tailored to undergraduates. The
candidate will also have the opportunity to play a key role in the
burgeoning Physics-Engineering program; and help develop a new
Physics-Community Partnership Program (P-CoPP) that will partner
undergraduates with female mentors from industry and R1 institutions.
These initiatives are strategically designed to promote diversity and
inclusion in STEM, and increase retention and success of
underrepresented students in STEM graduate programs and careers. Given
these initiatives, preference will be given to research expertise in
appliedexperimental physics, though all research areas are welcome.

The Physics and Biophysics Department, within the College of Arts and
Sciences of the University of San Diego, is deeply committed to
excellence in undergraduate physics education in a liberal arts
environment - including small class sizes, personalized mentoring, and
independent research opportunities. Our faculty are equally devoted to
leading nationally-recognized research programs that involve
undergraduates at every level. Finally, through our award-winning
outreach and service initiatives, we aim to promote diversity, inclusion
and the holistic education of our students and the broader community.
For additional information about the Physics and Biophysics Department,
please visit www.sandiego.edu/cas/physics
, or contact the Department Chair,
Dr. Rae M.R. Anderson (randerson@sandiego.edu).

University of San Diego, a private Catholic institution, is committed to
fostering a diverse and inclusive community, and strongly encourages
applications from candidates who can contribute to the diversity and
excellence of the academic community.

How to Apply: Candidates should go to www.sandiego.edu/jobs
, search for this posting and apply as an
applicant. Once completing the applicant profile, candidates should
submit the following materials via email to Crystal Ibarra
(crystalibarra@sandiego.edu) with the subject line ‘2018 CBL Search
Last_Name’:

1. A single PDF package that contains: (1) a letter of interest, (2)
curriculum vitae, (3) statement of research goals, and (4) teaching
philosophy

2. Three recommendation letters sent directly from the recommenders.

Acceptance of applications will begin on July 25, 2018. For full
consideration, applications should be submitted by October 1, 2018.

Questions?Contact the Chair of the Physics and Biophysics Department,
Dr. Rae M.Robertson Anderson (randerson@sandiego.edu
).

Rae M. Robertson-Anderson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Chair
Department of Physics and Biophysics
University of San Diego
San Diego, CA 92110
619.260.8867
https://sandiego.edu/~randerson


17th September 2018 : ProfessorPositions – Faculty Positions in Higher Education




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University
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Lightweight Structures in
Extreme Conditions

University
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14th September 2018 : Tenure track faculty position in Theoretical / Computational Soft Matter and/or Biological Physics




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Subject: [info.statphys] Tenure track faculty position in
Theoretical / Computational Soft Matter and/or Biological
Physics
Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2018 05:39:06 -0400
From: Uwe Tauber (tauber@vt.edu via info.statphys Mailing
List) <info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
Reply-To: Uwe Tauber <tauber@vt.edu>
To: Info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr
CC: Loan, Katrina <katrll1@vt.edu>

size="2">Dear Colleagues,

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style="font-family:arial,helvetica,sans-serif"> size="2">The Department of Physics at Virginia
Tech invites
applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the
areas of Theoretical / Computational
Soft Matter and/or Biological Physics. Appointment at
the Assistant Professor
level is anticipated but exceptional senior candidates
will also be considered.
We especially encourage applications from candidates who
complement, extend, or
charter new directions to the department’s existing
strengths in complex biological
systems and processes, non-equilibrium statistical
physics, biomembrane
physics, and polymer physics. Our Center
for Soft Matter and Biological Physics
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style="color:rgb(5,99,193);text-decoration:underline">provides
broad opportunities for interdisciplinary
collaborations within Virginia Tech’s College
of Science
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College of
Engineering
, as well as its Macromolecules
Innovation
, Biocomplexity, and Critical
Technology and Applied Science
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style="color:rgb(5,99,193);text-decoration:underline">Institutes.

Please see the attached position ad for more details, and
kindly distribute widely among qualified candidates. size="2"> style="font-family:arial,helvetica,sans-serif"> style="line-height:105%"> Questions
regarding the position may be directed to me, via email
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With best wishes, Uwe C. Täuber

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Uwe C. Täuber

Dr. rer. nat., Professor
of Physics, Virginia
Tech

Director, Center
for Soft Matter and
Biological Physics -

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Society

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109 Robeson Hall

850 West Campus Drive

Blacksburg, VA 24061

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fax: ++1-540-231-7511

email: href="mailto:tauber@vt.edu"
target="_blank"
moz-do-not-send="true">tauber@vt.edu

url: href="http://www.phys.vt.edu/%7Etauber/utaeuber.html"
target="_blank"
moz-do-not-send="true">www1.phys.vt.edu/~tauber/utaeuber.html

Textbook "Critical
Dynamics": href="http://www.cambridge.org/9780521842235"
target="_blank"
moz-do-not-send="true">www.cambridge.org/9780521842235


See Attachement : smbt_2018_ad_long.pdf


14th September 2018 : Virginia Tech, Tenure track Theoretical / Computational Soft Matter and/or Biological Physics

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Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2018 05:39:06 -0400
From: Uwe Tauber
Reply-To: Uwe Tauber
To: Info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr
Cc: "Loan, Katrina"
Subject: [info.statphys] Tenure track faculty position in Theoretical /
Computational Soft Matter and/or Biological Physics

Dear Colleagues,

The Department of Physics at Virginia Tech invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the areas of Theoretical / Computational Soft Matter and/or Biological Physics. Appointment at the
Assistant Professor level is anticipated but exceptional senior candidates will also be considered. We especially encourage applications from candidates who complement, extend, or charter new directions to
the department’s existing strengths in complex biological systems and processes, non-equilibrium statistical physics, biomembrane physics, and polymer physics. Our Center for Soft Matter and Biological
Physics provides broad opportunities for interdisciplinary collaborations within Virginia Tech’s College of Science and College of Engineering, as well as its Macromolecules Innovation, Biocomplexity, and
Critical Technology and Applied Science Institutes.

Please see the attached position ad for more details, and kindly distribute widely among qualified candidates. Questions regarding the position may be directed to me, via email smb_search@phys.vt.edu, or
phone: ++1-540-231-8998.

With best wishes, Uwe C. Täuber

--
Uwe C. Täuber
Dr. rer. nat., Professor of Physics, Virginia Tech
Director, Center for Soft Matter and Biological Physics -
http://www.csmb.phys.vt.edu/
Fellow, American Physical Society
Department of Physics (MC 0435) - www.phys.vt.edu/
109 Robeson Hall
850 West Campus Drive
Blacksburg, VA 24061
phone: ++1-540-231-8998
fax: ++1-540-231-7511
email: tauber@vt.edu
url: www1.phys.vt.edu/~tauber/utaeuber.html
Textbook "Critical Dynamics": www.cambridge.org/9780521842235

See Attachement : smbt_2018_ad_long.pdf


14th September 2018 : Tenure track faculty position in Theoretical / Computational Soft Matter and/or Biological Physics – Virginia Tech

Dear Colleagues,

The Department of Physics at Virginia Tech invites applications for a
tenure-track faculty position in the areas of Theoretical /
Computational Soft Matter and/or Biological Physics. Appointment at the
Assistant Professor level is anticipated but exceptional senior
candidates will also be considered. We especially encourage applications
from candidates who complement, extend, or charter new directions to the
department’s existing strengths in complex biological systems and
processes, non-equilibrium statistical physics, biomembrane physics, and
polymer physics. Our /Center for Soft Matter and Biological Physics/
provides broad opportunities for interdisciplinary collaborations within
Virginia Tech’s /College of Science/ and /College of Engineering/, as
well as its /Macromolecules Innovation/, /Biocomplexity/, and /Critical
Technology and Applied Science/ /Institutes/.

Please see the attached position ad for more details, and kindly
distribute widely among qualified candidates.Questions regarding the
position may be directed to me, via email smb_search@phys.vt.edu
,or phone: ++1-540-231-8998.

With best wishes, Uwe C. Täuber

--
Uwe C. Täuber
Dr. rer. nat., Professor of Physics, Virginia Tech
Director, Center for Soft Matter and Biological Physics -
_http://www.csmb.phys.vt.edu/ _
Fellow, American Physical Society
Department of Physics (MC 0435) - www.phys.vt.edu/
109 Robeson Hall
850 West Campus Drive
Blacksburg, VA 24061
phone: ++1-540-231-8998
fax: ++1-540-231-7511
email: tauber@vt.edu
url: www1.phys.vt.edu/~tauber/utaeuber.html

Textbook "Critical Dynamics": www.cambridge.org/9780521842235

See Attachement : smbt_2018_ad_long.pdf


13th September 2018 : Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at Rensselaer




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Subject: [info.statphys] Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Positions
in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at
Rensselaer
Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2018 14:26:10 -0400
From: Gyorgy Korniss (korniss@rpi.edu via info.statphys
Mailing List) <info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
Reply-To: Gyorgy Korniss <korniss@rpi.edu>
To: Info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr


Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in Artificial
Intelligence and Machine Learning at Rensselaer

href="https://rpijobs.rpi.edu/postings/6917"
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Rensselaer is creating a research cluster in the area of
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). We seek
applications from outstanding candidates at all ranks (assistant,
associate, and full professor) who will build upon our existing
strengths in these and related areas across the Schools of
Science, Engineering, Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences,
Management, and Architecture. These faculty members can have
academic appointments in any of the five Schools at Rensselaer
depending on the candidate’s background, interests, and the
potential for collaboration.

Candidates with strong physics background and AI/ML expertise and
applications in any sub fields of Physics are encouraged to apply.

Possible application areas include (but not limited to) 
statistical mechanics, condensed matter, network science, social
and infrastructure networks, or complex systems.

Interested applicants should contact:

Prof. Vincent Meunier

Head, Physics Department

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Department of Physics, Applied Physics, and Astronomy

110 8th Street

Troy, NY 12180-3590

moz-do-not-send="true">meuniv@rpi.edu



10th September 2018 : 2 postdocs – UCSB

Dear Colleagues:

I have just relocated to the Physics Department at the University of
California Santa Barbara and I have two postdoctoral openings. I am
looking for outstanding and independent young scientists with broad
background in nonequilibrium statistical physics, soft matter or
biological physics, and strong computational and analytical skills. The
specific projects for each position are:

1.Simulations and continuum theories of active and driven systems,
including bacterial suspensions, active liquid crystals and active
colloids: rheology and mechanics of active matter, pattern formation and
topological defects in active fluids and gels, models of active
particles with internal degrees of freedom and feedback.

2.Understanding how the material properties of 2D tissue layers control
morphogenetics processes leading to 3D shapes. This project is part of a
collaboration with Mark Bowick and the experimental groups of Sebastian
Streichan and Zvonimir Dogic. It will involve a combination of
simulations of mesoscopic models, such as vertex or active tension
network models, and studies of continuum models of active viscoelastic
sheets. Experience with finite element method is desirable, but not
required.

To apply for one of these positions, an interested applicant should
forward a CV and three letters of reference to _cmarchetti@ucsb.edu
_ with subject line: 2018 postdoc. Both
positions can start as early as Fall 2018 and are for one year, with the
intention of renewal for a second and a third year, subject to good
performance and mutual satisfaction.

Thank you for circulating this announcement.

Cristina Marchetti
-------------------------------------------------
M. Cristina Marchetti
Professor
Physics Department
University of California Santa Barbara


3rd September 2018 : Postdoc – Computation/Single-molecule Biophysics – Brandeis U.

The labs of Jeff Gelles and Douglas Theobald at Brandeis University
(Boston, Massachusetts Metro area) have postdoctoral positions available
as part of a new interdisciplinary research project just funded (in
August 2018) by the U.S. National Institutes of Health.
The project is to develop, characterize, and implement new computational
methods using Bayesian image classification, Markov chain Monte Carlo,
and other statistics-based methods, to deduce kinetic mechanisms of
biochemical processes from multi-wavelength single-molecule fluorescence
microscopy images.

The positions require a strong background in computation, with a Ph.D.
in Biophysics, Physics, Statistics, Computer Science, Biomedical
Engineering, or a related field. Recent (or soon-to-be) graduates are
encouraged to apply. Previous experience in biophysics or biochemistry
would be helpful but is not required; the positions can be structured to
provide training (including relevant experimental work) to individuals
interested in gaining experience in those areas.

To apply, please send your curriculum vitae (including a list of your
publications) and a cover letter that includes: 1) the names of three
mentors familiar with your scientific abilities who can provide letters
of recommendation, 2) a description of your prior experience with
projects in scientific computation, and 3) a statement of your
scientific interests and future career plans.

Jeff Gelles (gelles@brandeis.edu)
Douglas Theobald (dtheobald@brandeis.edu)


3rd September 2018 : Postdoc – theoretical/computational biophysics – ENS Paris

Dear colleagues,

We are looking for a post-doctoral researcher to work on a biophysics
project in Paris related to repressive and DNA repair foci in cells.
The project is in collaboration between theorists at the Ecole Normale
Superieure (Thierry Mora and Aleksandra Walczak) and experimentalists
at the Curie Institute: Judith Mine Hattab and Angela Taddei. The
project requires a combination of numerical and theoretical skills and
will require analysing real data.

The project concerns understanding the nature, formation and stability
of repressive and DNA repair foci in cells. It involves building
non-equilibrium statistical mechanics models and inference methods to
analyze single cell tracking experiments. We are interested in
figuring out the organisation and stability of these foci,
specifically testing ideas about liquid phase separation droplets.
Experimental data using cutting edge microscopy (PALM, single particle
tracking) are already available. The project is based on data analysis
and theoretical analysis.

For now the position is ~1.2 years but we will help candidates apply
for additional fellowships. The position could start as early as
September 2018 but possibly later.

Interested candidates should send their CV including publication list,
the names of people who can provide letters of reference and few
(really a few - not long letters) sentences about their past
experiences and motivation for this project to tmora@lps.ens.fr,
awalczak@lpt.ens.fr, judith.mine@curie.fr, Angela.Taddei@curie.fr.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 15th 2018. Applications received
before the deadline will be given priority.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions.

Judith, Angela, Thierry and Aleksandra


3rd September 2018 : Philippe Meyer Postdoc Positions at ENS-Paris




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Subject: [info.statphys] Philippe Meyer Postdoc Positions at
ENS-Paris
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2018 15:45:07 +0200
From: Denis BERNARD <denis.bernard@ens.fr>
Reply-To: Denis BERNARD <denis.bernard@ens.fr>
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr
<info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>


Dear colleagues, style="font-family: ComicSansMS;" class="">


Please find here
the announcement for the Philippe Meyer postdoc positions in
theoretical physics at the Ecole Normale Superieure
style="font-family: ComicSansMS;" class="">starting in the fall
2019. 

Please
distribute it to potential candidates.



With my
best regards

Denis
Bernard


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LPT-ENS, Paris

href="https://www.phys.ens.fr/%7Edbernard" class=""
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See Attachement : Appel-a-Candidatures-IPM-2018-AJO.pdf

See Attachement : Attached Message Part


3rd September 2018 : ICFP Junior Research Chair programme at ENS




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Subject: [info.statphys] ICFP Junior Research Chair programme at
ENS
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2018 15:47:54 +0200
From: Denis BERNARD <denis.bernard@ens.fr>
Reply-To: Denis BERNARD <denis.bernard@ens.fr>
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr
<info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>


Dear colleagues, class="" style="font-family: ComicSansMS;">


face="ComicSansMS">Please find below the announcement for the
Junior Research Chairs at the PhysicsDepartment of the Ecole
Normale Superieure 
starting in the fall 2019. 

Please
distribute it to potential candidates.



With my best regards

Denis
Bernard

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LPT-ENS,
Paris

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class="" face="Calibri, serif">Junior Research Chairs LabEx
ENS ICFP Department of Physics, ENS (Ecole normale
supérieure), Paris

Closing
date: October 31, 2018 Expected interview dates: December
5-6-7, 2018

The
Department of Physics at ENS Paris invites applications for
three JRC (Junior Research Chairs) at postdoctoral level.
Appointments will be for two years with a possible one year
extension. The Department aims at recruiting outstanding
candidates with international experience. Research
activities can be experimental and/or theoretical. 

This
year, the Department aims at hiring a Junior Research Chair
in Statistical Physics who will actively work with the group
of G. Biroli (research topic: glassy, activated and complex
dynamics: from physics to machine learning). 

For
the two other positions, the program actively encourages
experimental projects through a reserved budget. Research
themes should correspond to one of the following ones:

-
Quantum physics: from atoms to condensed matter

-
Biophysics: from the cell to the organism

-
Non-linear physics: from the laboratory to the cosmos

-
Statistical and theoretical physics

Some
participation in teaching within ENS-ICFP (International
Centre for Fundamental Physics and its Interfaces) Master
program is part of the duties  class="moz-txt-link-freetext"
href="http://www.phys.ens.fr/spip.php?rubrique284&;;lang=en"
style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);" moz-do-not-send="true">http://www.phys.ens.fr/spip.php?rubrique284&;;lang=en

In
addition to an internationally competitive salary, ENS-ICFP
provides an attractive travel allowance and research funds
(150,000 euros for experimentalists). The successful
candidates are fully integrated into the Department of
Physics and its constituent research laboratories. For more
detailed information regarding the research undertaken at
the Department of Physics, please visit our website  class="moz-txt-link-freetext"
href="http://www.phys.ens.fr/spip.php?rubrique258&;lang=en"
style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);" moz-do-not-send="true">http://www.phys.ens.fr/spip.php?rubrique258&;lang=en

The
positions are funded by the ENS-ICFP grant obtained through
the French National Excellence initiative.

Applications
must be exclusively submitted through AcademicJobsOnline (
href="https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/11408"
class="" style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);"
moz-do-not-send="true">https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/11408 class="" face="Calibri, serif">) and should consist of:

- A
cover letter

- A
complete CV including a list of publications

- A
research project taking into account possible interactions
with research groups/faculty within the Department of
Physics at Ecole normale supérieure (no more than 4 pages of
A4).

-
Three letters of recommendation from senior scientists, to
be uploaded on AcademicJobsOnline.

Candidates
are encouraged to make early contact with faculty to 
class="" face="Calibri, serif">discuss
their research proposal 
face="Calibri, serif">and should refer to these contacts in
their 4-page research statement. 
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is required to identify appropriate research
groups/faculty, candidates should contact the Manager,
Stéphanie Troufflard, at 
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href="mailto:stephanie.troufflard@phys.ens.fr"
style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);" moz-do-not-send="true">stephanie.troufflard@phys.ens.fr

Short-listed
candidates will be interviewed (videoconferences) in early
December 2018. Only applications received by October 31,
2018 will be considered. The hiring committee will make
offers late in 2018.

class="" lang="en-US">Positions will normally start in
September 2019, but this is negotiable. 

For
your information, two additional positions will be made
available by the Philippe Meyer Institute (
href="https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/11450"
class="" style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255);"
moz-do-not-send="true">https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/11450)

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31st August 2018 : Philippe Meyer Postdoc Positions at ENS-Paris

Dear colleagues,

Please find here the announcement for the Philippe Meyer postdoc
positions in theoretical physics at the Ecole Normale Superieure
starting in the fall 2019.
Please distribute it to potential candidates.

With my best regards
Denis Bernard

————————————
LPT-ENS, Paris
https://www.phys.ens.fr/~dbernard
————————————

See Attachement : Appel-a-Candidatures-IPM-2018-AJO.pdf


31st August 2018 : Junior Research Chairs – ENS Paris

Dear colleagues,

Please find below the announcement for the Junior Research Chairs at the
PhysicsDepartment of the Ecole Normale Superieure starting in the fall 2019.
Please distribute it to potential candidates.

With my best regards
Denis Bernard

————————————
LPT-ENS, Paris
https://www.phys.ens.fr/~dbernard
————————————

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

Junior Research Chairs LabEx ENS ICFP Department of Physics, ENS (Ecole
normale supérieure), Paris

Closing date: October 31, 2018 Expected interview dates: December 5-6-7,
2018
The Department of Physics at ENS Paris invites applications for three
JRC (Junior Research Chairs) at postdoctoral level. Appointments will be
for two years with a possible one year extension. The Department aims at
recruiting outstanding candidates with international experience.
Research activities can be experimental and/or theoretical.
This year, the Department aims at hiring a Junior Research Chair in
Statistical Physics who will actively work with the group of G. Biroli
(research topic: glassy, activated and complex dynamics: from physics to
machine learning).
For the two other positions, the program actively encourages
experimental projects through a reserved budget. Research themes should
correspond to one of the following ones:
- Quantum physics: from atoms to condensed matter
- Biophysics: from the cell to the organism
- Non-linear physics: from the laboratory to the cosmos
- Statistical and theoretical physics
Some participation in teaching within ENS-ICFP (International Centre for
Fundamental Physics and its Interfaces) Master program is part of the
duties http://www.phys.ens.fr/spip.php?rubrique284&;;lang=en
In addition to an internationally competitive salary, ENS-ICFP provides
an attractive travel allowance and research funds (150,000 euros for
experimentalists). The successful candidates are fully integrated into
the Department of Physics and its constituent research laboratories. For
more detailed information regarding the research undertaken at the
Department of Physics, please visit our website
http://www.phys.ens.fr/spip.php?rubrique258&;lang=en
The positions are funded by the ENS-ICFP grant obtained through the
French National Excellence initiative.
Applications must be exclusively submitted through AcademicJobsOnline
(https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/11408) and should consist of:
- A cover letter
- A complete CV including a list of publications
- A research project taking into account possible interactions with
research groups/faculty within the Department of Physics at Ecole
normale supérieure (no more than 4 pages of A4).
- Three letters of recommendation from senior scientists, to be uploaded
on AcademicJobsOnline.
Candidates are encouraged to make early contact with faculty to discuss
their research proposal and should refer to these contacts in their
4-page research statement. If help is required to identify appropriate
research groups/faculty, candidates should contact the Manager,
Stéphanie Troufflard, at stephanie.troufflard@phys.ens.fr
Short-listed candidates will be interviewed (videoconferences) in early
December 2018. Only applications received by October 31, 2018 will be
considered. The hiring committee will make offers late in 2018.
Positions will normally start in September 2019, but this is negotiable.
For your information, two additional positions will be made available by
the Philippe Meyer Institute (https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/11450)

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31st August 2018 : ICFP Junior Research Chair programme at ENS

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2018 15:47:54 +0200
From: Denis BERNARD
To: "info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr"
Subject: [info.statphys] ICFP Junior Research Chair programme at ENS

Dear colleagues,

Please find below the announcement for the Junior Research Chairs at the PhysicsDepartment of the Ecole Normale Superieure starting in the fall 2019. Please distribute it to potential candidates.
With my best regards
Denis Bernard

————————————
LPT-ENS, Paris
https://www.phys.ens.fr/~dbernard
————————————

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

Junior Research Chairs LabEx ENS ICFP Department of Physics, ENS (Ecole normale supérieure), Paris

Closing date: October 31, 2018 Expected interview dates: December 5-6-7, 2018
The Department of Physics at ENS Paris invites applications for three JRC (Junior Research Chairs) at postdoctoral level. Appointments will be for two years with a possible one year extension. The Department
aims at recruiting outstanding candidates with international experience. Research activities can be experimental and/or theoretical. 
This year, the Department aims at hiring a Junior Research Chair in Statistical Physics who will actively work with the group of G. Biroli (research topic: glassy, activated and complex dynamics: from
physics to machine learning). 
For the two other positions, the program actively encourages experimental projects through a reserved budget. Research themes should correspond to one of the following ones:
- Quantum physics: from atoms to condensed matter
- Biophysics: from the cell to the organism
- Non-linear physics: from the laboratory to the cosmos
- Statistical and theoretical physics
Some participation in teaching within ENS-ICFP (International Centre for Fundamental Physics and its Interfaces) Master program is part of the duties http://www.phys.ens.fr/spip.php?rubrique284&;;lang=en
In addition to an internationally competitive salary, ENS-ICFP provides an attractive travel allowance and research funds (150,000 euros for experimentalists). The successful candidates are fully integrated
into the Department of Physics and its constituent research laboratories. For more detailed information regarding the research undertaken at the Department of Physics, please visit our
website http://www.phys.ens.fr/spip.php?rubrique258&;lang=en
The positions are funded by the ENS-ICFP grant obtained through the French National Excellence initiative.
Applications must be exclusively submitted through AcademicJobsOnline (https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/11408) and should consist of:
- A cover letter
- A complete CV including a list of publications
- A research project taking into account possible interactions with research groups/faculty within the Department of Physics at Ecole normale supérieure (no more than 4 pages of A4).
- Three letters of recommendation from senior scientists, to be uploaded on AcademicJobsOnline.
Candidates are encouraged to make early contact with faculty to discuss their research proposal and should refer to these contacts in their 4-page research statement. If help is required to identify
appropriate research groups/faculty, candidates should contact the Manager, Stéphanie Troufflard, at stephanie.troufflard@phys.ens.fr
Short-listed candidates will be interviewed (videoconferences) in early December 2018. Only applications received by October 31, 2018 will be considered. The hiring committee will make offers late in 2018.
Positions will normally start in September 2019, but this is negotiable. 
For your information, two additional positions will be made available by the Philippe Meyer Institute (https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/11450)

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LPTMS Postdoc: Postdoctoral position in (numeric) theoretical physics

Missions

Le poste est financé avec les moyens du Conseil Européen de la Recherche dans le cadre du projet LoCoMacro (Local Control of Macroscopic Properties in Isolated Many-body Quantum Systems), présenté par Maurizio FAGOTTI à la session 2018 du ERC Starting Grants. Ce projet de recherche porte sur l'étude des effets d'inhomogénéités sur les systèmes hors d'équilibre après une soi-disante trempe quantique globale. C'est-à-dire l'évolution temporelle hors-équilibre d'états avec une énergie significativement plus élévée que l'état fondamental, pour lesquelles, généralement, une description statistique devient appropriée. Une particularité de LoCoMacro est l'intérêt porté aux effets globaux d'inhomogénéités qui se trouvent seulement dans une petite partie du système. Le projet s'intéresse à la fois aux modèles exactement solubles qu'on examinera avec des méthodes analytiques, qu'aux systèmes génériques lesquelles sont plus facilement abordés avec des méthodes numériques. Le groupe de recherche sera composé de chercheurs aux capacités hétérogènes et l'échange des savoirs et découvertes sera donc un aspect clé de son activité.

Activités

Le postdoc contribuera en particulier à l'étude numérique de l'évolution temporelle des systèmes quantiques à plusieurs corps à basse dimension en présence d'inhomogénéités.

Compétences

Les candidats doivent posséder un doctorat en physique. D'autres critères essentiels à ce poste sont l'intérêt pour la dynamique hors équilibre et la maîtrise des méthodes numériques pour étudier l'évolution du temps dans les systèmes quantiques à plusieurs corps à basse dimension (en particulier les techniques de réseaux de tenseurs); le candidat idéal est un chercheur indépendant qui souhaite améliorer les méthodes existantes et éventuellement développer de nouvelles techniques pour attaquer efficacement les problèmes hors équilibre sans invariance translationnelle.
Une bonne maitrise de l'anglais parlé et écrit est requise.

Contexte de travail

Le candidat retenu travaillera sous la supervision de Dr Maurizio FAGOTTI et bénéficiera de l'environnement de recherche stimulant du Laboratoire de Physique Théorique et Modèles Statistiques (LPTMS).
Le Laboratoire (créé en 1998) est une Unité Mixte de Recherche CNRS - Université Paris-Sud et héberge une cinquantaine de chercheurs. Les thématiques sont centrées autour de la physique statistique à la fois dans ses applications au cœur de la physique mais aussi dans ses ouvertures vers d'autres disciplines.
Etant une unité de recherche commune entre le CNRS et l'Université Paris-Sud, le laboratoire a accès à des installations informatiques telles que le «mésocentre informatique» Paris-Sud et, pour les calculs à grande échelle, aux installations nationales telles que IDRIS.

Informations complémentaires

Le salaire suivra les règles standard du CNRS et dépendra de l'expérience. En plus du salaire, un généreux fond pour les voyages est prévu. Le candidat retenu devrait prendre ses fonctions au cours des premiers mois de 2019; la date précise sera fixée d'un commun accord.
Les candidatures devront obligatoirement comporter:
- un curriculum vitae et les coordonnées d'au moins deux personnes susceptibles de donner un avis motivé sur le candidat;
- une lettre concise de motivation décrivant l'intérêt du candidat pour le projet de recherche;
- une liste des publications comprenant une sélection de deux ou trois publications pour lesquelles l'importance du travail est discutée et la contribution du candidat est soulignée.
Toute candidature incomplète ne sera pas examinée.

Date limite de réception des candidatures: 30/09/2018.

All applications must transit via the CNRS portal : 

Postdoctoral researcher – (numeric) theoretical physics


LPTMS Postdoc: Postdoctoral position in (analytic) theoretical physics

Missions

Le poste est financé avec les moyens du Conseil Européen de la Recherche dans le cadre du projet LoCoMacro (Local Control of Macroscopic Properties in Isolated Many-body Quantum Systems), présenté par Maurizio FAGOTTI à la session 2018 du ERC Starting Grants. Ce projet de recherche porte sur l'étude des effets d'inhomogénéités sur les systèmes hors d'équilibre après une soi-disante trempe quantique globale. C'est-à-dire l'évolution temporelle hors-équilibre d'états avec une énergie significativement plus élévée que l'état fondamental, pour lesquelles, généralement, une description statistique devient appropriée. Une particularité de LoCoMacro est l'intérêt porté aux effets globaux d'inhomogénéités qui se trouvent seulement dans une petite partie du système. Le projet s'intéresse à la fois aux modèles exactement solubles qu'on examinera avec des méthodes analytiques, qu'aux systèmes génériques lesquelles sont plus facilement abordés avec des méthodes numériques. Le groupe de recherche sera composé de chercheurs aux capacités hétérogènes et l'échange des savoirs et découvertes sera donc un aspect clé de son activité.

Activités

Le postdoc contribuera en particulier à l'étude numérique de l'évolution temporelle des systèmes quantiques à plusieurs corps à basse dimension en présence d'inhomogénéités.

Compétences

Les candidats doivent posséder un doctorat en physique. D'autres critères essentiels à ce poste sont l'intérêt pour la dynamique hors équilibre et la maîtrise des méthodes numériques pour étudier l'évolution du temps dans les systèmes quantiques à plusieurs corps à basse dimension (en particulier les techniques de réseaux de tenseurs); le candidat idéal est un chercheur indépendant qui souhaite améliorer les méthodes existantes et éventuellement développer de nouvelles techniques pour attaquer efficacement les problèmes hors équilibre sans invariance translationnelle.
Une bonne maitrise de l'anglais parlé et écrit est requise.

Contexte de travail

Le candidat retenu travaillera sous la supervision de Dr Maurizio FAGOTTI et bénéficiera de l'environnement de recherche stimulant du Laboratoire de Physique Théorique et Modèles Statistiques (LPTMS).
Le Laboratoire (créé en 1998) est une Unité Mixte de Recherche CNRS - Université Paris-Sud et héberge une cinquantaine de chercheurs. Les thématiques sont centrées autour de la physique statistique à la fois dans ses applications au cœur de la physique mais aussi dans ses ouvertures vers d'autres disciplines.
Etant une unité de recherche commune entre le CNRS et l'Université Paris-Sud, le laboratoire a accès à des installations informatiques telles que le «mésocentre informatique» Paris-Sud et, pour les calculs à grande échelle, aux installations nationales telles que IDRIS.

Informations complémentaires

Le salaire suivra les règles standard du CNRS et dépendra de l'expérience. En plus du salaire, un généreux fond pour les voyages est prévu. Le candidat retenu devrait prendre ses fonctions au cours des premiers mois de 2019; la date précise sera fixée d'un commun accord.
Les candidatures devront obligatoirement comporter:
- un curriculum vitae et les coordonnées d'au moins deux personnes susceptibles de donner un avis motivé sur le candidat;
- une lettre concise de motivation décrivant l'intérêt du candidat pour le projet de recherche;
- une liste des publications comprenant une sélection de deux ou trois publications pour lesquelles l'importance du travail est discutée et la contribution du candidat est soulignée.
Toute candidature incomplète ne sera pas examinée.

Date limite de réception des candidatures: 30/09/2018.

All applications must transit via the CNRS portal : 

Postdoctoral researcher – (analytic) theoretical physics


30th August 2018 : Postdocs – theory/modeling composite vesicles and block copolymer networks – UMass Amherst

Dear colleagues,

I’m writing to advertise a search for two post-doctoral research
positions in the area theoretical/computation polymeric and soft
materials at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.  The research
projects associated with these funded positions are described below.
 Please forward this announcement to any interested, well-qualified
candidates.

To apply for one of these positions, an interested applicant should
forward a CV and three letters of reference to grason@mail.pse.umass.edu
.  Both positions will start as early
as Fall 2018 and are for one year, but with the intention for renewal
for an additional year pending suitable performance/progress.

Sincerely,
Greg Grason

*1. Shape and Mechanical Modeling of Fluid/Solid Composite Vesicles *
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I am seeking to hire an outstanding candidate for post doctoral research
in the area of modeling complex shapes and mechanics of composite
vesicles.  The project, in collaboration with experimental research with
Maria Santore (UMass), aims to understand the influence of coexistent
fluid and solid domains on phase separated vesicles, in particular, how
the presence of the in-plain shear stiffness of solid domains, of
various topologies and compositions., influence the emergent shape
equilibria and effective mechanical behavior of composite vesicles.  The
postdoctoral researcher would develop and implement mathematical and/or
computational models of composite vesicles in order to map out their
shape equilibria and, further, to develop models that aid in
interpretation of experimental study.

Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Physics, Chemical Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering ,  Applied Math or related fields, and specific
research experience in theory and/or computational model of soft
materials.  Previous research experience in the geometry and modeling of
membranes and thin elastic (fluid or solid) structures is preferred.

*2. Non-Canonical Triply Period Network Phases of Block Copolymers*
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I am seeking to hire an outstanding candidate for post doctoral research
in the area of theoretical modeling self-assembly of triply-periodic
network phases of block copolymers (BCP).  The project, in collaboration
with experimental research with Ned Thomas (Rice) and Bryan Coughlin
(UMass), aims to understand the molecular design principles required to
tailor the architecture of BCPs to target equilibrium assembly of triply
periodic network morphologies beyond the canonical phases (e.g. gyroid
and diamond network phases) most often formed by BCPs or other soft
matter systems.  The postdoctoral research would develop and implement a
combination of self-consistent field theory, strong-segregation theory
and geometric methods to model the thermodynamic selection of
equilibrium symmetry and topology of network phases and its dependence
on complex BCP architecture.  The researcher would contribute to and
benefit from collaborative efforts to synthesize and assembly new BCP
architectures and character their complex 3D self assembly.

Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Physics, Chemical Engineering,
 Materials Science and Engineering or related fields, and specific
research experience in theory and/or computational model of soft or
polymeric materials.  Previous research experience in theoretical
methods of polymer physics and/or complex geometry of self-organize soft
materials is preferred.

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Greg Grason
Department of Polymer Science and Engineering
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
grason@mail.pse.umass.edu
http://www.pse.umass.edu/ggrason
+1.413.577.1611


30th August 2018 : PhD – TU Dresden – Muscle building in silico: Mathematical modeling of myofibrillogenesis

Dear colleagues,

We have an open PhD position in Theoretical Biological Physics, fully
funded by the Human Frontiers Science Program.

This theory project asks how the almost crystalline force generators
inside muscle cells self-assemble. The project will combine statistical
physics, computational physics, and analysis of experimental data, i.e.

1. the development of agent-based simulation to test putative physical
mechanisms of how actin filaments and myosin molecular motors interact
during myofibrillogenesis and spontaneously form periodic patterns,

2. mean-field theories that coarse-grain simulations to generate
analytical insight, and

3. data & image analysis of experimental data to calibrate and validate
theory.

Prior experience in biology is not required, but the ideal candidate
should possess excellent analytical skills (e.g. Master’s degree in
Theoretical Physics or Applied Mathematics), and a keen interest in
cross-disciplinary research. I would be most grateful if you could pass
on this information to any suitable candidates.

More information on the project can be found here:

https://cfaed.tu-dresden.de/press-releases-201/muscle-growth-in-the-computer-international-team-wants-to-unravel-the-formation-of-myofibrils

This PhD project is part of a theory-experiment collaboration with the
experimental groups of Frank Schnorrer at Marseilles and Olivier
Pourquie at Harvard. The theory student will have access to time-lapse
fluorescence microscopy data of developing myofibrils from the fly and
human stem cells, as well as molecular force-sensor data.

The official job advertisement can be found here:

https://www.findaphd.com/search/projectdetails.aspx?PJID=100054

Best wishes

Benjamin Friedrich

P.S.

Dresden in Germany is an excellent place for doing cross-disciplinary
research that bridges biology, physics, and engineering; moreover
Dresden offers a rich cultural life, affordable rents, and lush countryside.

The language of our group is English and the position is open for
students of any nationality.

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


30th August 2018 : Assistant professor – Soft Matter – Emory University

Emory University's Physics department (Atlanta, Georgia, USA) is doing a
faculty search this year for a Theoretical Soft Matter person at the
Assistant Professor level. Below is the official advertisement with
link to apply. I am in the chair of the search committee, so if anyone
has questions, they should feel free to contact me, cbroth@emory.edu.
We will begin reviewing applications starting November 1st, 2018.
Best,
Connie Roth

Faculty Position in Theoretical Soft Matter Physics at Emory University

The Department of Physics at Emory University invites applications for a
tenure-track faculty position at the assistant professor level in
Theoretical Physics, to begin in September 2019 or later. We are
particularly interested in applicants with research interests in soft
matter, nonlinear and/or statistical physics, and who will benefit from
and complement our Department’s strengths in these fields. For a
detailed description of ongoing departmental research, see
http://www.physics.emory.edu/home/research/.

Applicants must have a PhD in physics or a closely related field,
postdoctoral training, and a proven record of research accomplishments.
The successful candidate will be expected to establish an independent,
internationally recognized and externally funded research program, and
demonstrate excellence in teaching at both undergraduate and graduate
levels. He or she will have access to the state-of-the art research
facilities maintained by the Department of Physics and other research
support centers at Emory, as described at
http://www.physics.emory.edu/home/facilities/.

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/53355. Applicants should arrange for
three letters of recommendation to be uploaded to the same site. Review
of applications will begin November 1, 2018, and will continue until the
position is filled. All applications received up to 30 days after
review begins will be given full consideration. Questions about the
position can be sent to Prof. Connie Roth at cbroth@emory.edu. Emory
University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer in
Atlanta, GA. Women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans
are strongly encouraged to apply.

--
Connie B. Roth
Associate Professor
Department of Physics
Emory University
Atlanta, GA 30322 USA
Email: cbroth@emory.edu
http://www.physics.emory.edu/faculty/roth/


30th August 2018 : Biophysics postdocs – Princeton U.

Dear colleagues,

We are in the midst of our annual search for postdoctoral fellows, both
theorists and experimentalists, interested in the physics of biological
systems.

Our efforts at building an interactive and collaborative environment
have been invigorated by the establishment of the Center for the Physics
of Biological Function, https://biophysics.princeton.edu, a joint effort
between Princeton University and The Graduate Center of the City
University of New York.  We are a group of fourteen faculty working on
problems across the full range of biological organization, from single
molecules to groups of organisms, united by our search for common
physical principles underlying the beautiful phenomena of life.

Center Fellows are an essential part of our intellectual community, and
will have the flexibility to initiate and pursue projects that span the
interests of multiple faculty mentors.  We have a particularly strong
culture of theory/experiment collaboration, and individual Fellows often
have played key roles in developing these collaborations.  Successful
fellows have come both from PhDs in biological physics and from more
traditional areas of physics; some have had as many as four different
faculty co-authors during their time with us, while some have written
papers only with other postdocs and students.

We ask your help in bringing this opportunity to the attention of your
young colleagues.  Applications must  be made via
https://www.princeton.edu/acad-positions/position/7861.  We plan to
start reading applications by 15 September and interview a first group
of candidates on 11-12 October, so we hope that interested candidates
will act quickly.  Start dates as early as February 2019 are possible,
and we expect all new Fellows to join us by Fall 2019.

If there are candidates whom you think we should encourage more
directly, simply reply to this message with their names and contact
information, and we can do the rest.

With thanks for your help, and best wishes,

Bill & Josh

William Bialek and Joshua Shaevitz

Directors, Center for the Physics of Biological Function


27th August 2018 : Princeton / post-doc

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Date: Sat, 25 Aug 2018 21:14:32 +0000
From: William Bialek
To: "Info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr"
Subject: [info.statphys] Opportunities for recent PhDs

Dear colleagues,

We are in the midst of our annual search for postdoctoral fellows, both theorists and experimentalists, interested in the physics of biological systems.  

Our efforts at building an interactive and collaborative environment have been invigorated by the establishment of the Center for the Physics of Biological Function, https://biophysics.princeton.edu, a joint
effort between Princeton University and The Graduate Center of the City University of New York.  We are a group of fourteen faculty working on problems across the full range of biological organization, from
single molecules to groups of organisms, united by our search for common physical principles underlying the beautiful phenomena of life.

Center Fellows are an essential part of our intellectual community, and will have the flexibility to initiate and pursue projects that span the interests of multiple faculty mentors.  We have a particularly
strong culture of theory/experiment collaboration, and individual Fellows often have played key roles in developing these collaborations.  Successful fellows have come both from PhDs in biological physics
and from more traditional areas of physics; some have had as many as four different faculty co-authors during their time with us, while some have written papers only with other postdocs and students.  

We ask your help in bringing this opportunity to the attention of your young colleagues.  Applications must  be made via https://www.princeton.edu/acad-positions/position/7861.  We plan to start reading
applications by 15 September and interview a first group of candidates on 11-12 October, so we hope that interested candidates will act quickly.  Start dates as early as February 2019 are possible, and we
expect all new Fellows to join us by Fall 2019.

With thanks for your help, and best wishes,

Bill & Josh

William Bialek and Joshua Shaevitz
Directors, Center for the Physics of Biological Function


24th August 2018 : faculty opening in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics at the University of Utah




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Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2018 09:06:55 -0600
From: Oleg Starykh <starykh@physics.utah.edu>
To: Oleg Starykh <starykh@physics.utah.edu>
CC: mishch@physics.utah.edu, Mikhail Raikh
<raikh@physics.utah.edu>

Dear Colleagues,

we would like to draw your attention to the faculty opening at the University of Utah in the field of Condensed Matter Theory. We would appreciate your sharing this information with qualified candidates. Copy of the official advertisement is attached to this email.

Sincerely,

Eugene Mishchenko
Mikhail Raikh
Oleg Starykh

P.S. Our apologies if you receive multiple copies of this email.


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20th August 2018 : PhD opening – Upto Paris – Mesoscale modelling of memory effects in glasses




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Subject: [info.statphys] PhD opening - Upto Paris - Mesoscale
modelling of memory effects in glasses
Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2018 15:03:48 +0200
From: Damien Vandembroucq <damien.vandembroucq@espci.fr>
Reply-To: Damien Vandembroucq <damien.vandembroucq@espci.fr>
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr

Dear colleagues,

I'd like to advertise a PhD opening in the framework of
new call from ESPCI Paris https://www.espci.fr/en/ for its
international PhD programme UPtoPARIS, project funded by Horizon 2020
MCSA-COFUND action.

Our project entitled "Mesoscale modelling of memory effects in glasses"
https://www.upto.paris/%E2%96%A0-Mesoscale-modelling-of-memory-effects-in-glasses.html
has been selected to be proposed in this 2nd call of the UptoPARIS
Program.

Applicants should have spent no more than one year in France in the last
three years.
Applications are due by sept. 17. Starting date is flexible in the
period march-september 2019.
the selection process will take place this fall, the final decision will
be given in the second half of december.

The UPtoPARIS program of ESPCI Paris offers a unique environment to
highly
selected PhD students expected to produce top-level scientific research.

More information about the program and the selection process can be
found on
https://www.upto.paris <https://www.upto.paris/>
Most importantly the applicants must fulfill the transnational mobility
rule: the eligibility conditions are provided here
https://www.upto.paris/Eligibility-conditions.html

We kindly ask you to forward the information to your graduates students.
Thank you in advance for your time and attention.

best regards,
Damien Vandembroucq


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Damien Vandembroucq
Laboratoire PMMH mail: damienvdb@pmmh.espci.fr
CNRS/ESPCI Paris tel: +33 (0)1 40 79 52 28
7 quai Saint-Bernard fax: +33 (0)1 40 79 47 95
75005 Paris, FRANCE web: http://www.pmmh.espci.fr/~damienvdb



20th August 2018 : postdoc position in RMT




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Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2018 22:10:41 +0200
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To: permanents.lptms@u-psud.fr, postdocs.lptms@u-psud.fr,
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The
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of Technology (Israel) invites
applications for a postdoctoral position in
mathematical
physics
funded by the Israel Science
Foundation and the Holon
Institute of Technology.

 

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successful candidate will be involved in several
exciting research projects
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20th August 2018 : Postdoctoral Position in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics at Los Alamos National Laboratory




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Subject: Postdoctoral Position in Theoretical Condensed Matter
Physics at Los Alamos National Laboratory
Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2018 17:45:12 +0000
From: Lin, Shizeng <szl@lanl.gov>
To: yvan.castin@lkb.ens.fr <yvan.castin@lkb.ens.fr>,
abanov@tamu.edu <abanov@tamu.edu>,
alexandre.abanov@sunysb.edu
<alexandre.abanov@sunysb.edu>,
abrahams@physics.ucla.edu
<abrahams@physics.ucla.edu>, g.aeppli@ucl.ac.uk
<g.aeppli@ucl.ac.uk>, iaffleck@physics.ubc.ca
<iaffleck@physics.ubc.ca>, aharony@post.tau.ac.il
<aharony@post.tau.ac.il>,
akhmerov@lorentz.leidenuniv.nl
<akhmerov@lorentz.leidenuniv.nl>,
aleiner@phys.columbia.edu
<aleiner@phys.columbia.edu>, yoram.alhassid@yale.edu
<yoram.alhassid@yale.edu>, aliceaj@uci.edu
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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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Theoretical division, Los
Alamos National Laboratory, NM, 87545, USA
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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 2018 (or later).  We work on a broad range
of topics including unconventional superconductors, heavy
fermion materials, quantum phase transition and topological
materials.

 

Theoretical
expertise in condensed matter theory is required. Experience
in driven quantum systems with dissipation and decoherence
is preferred. We welcome candidates with background in
numerical simulations of quantum many-body systems.
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. 
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Roman",serif;color:black;mso-fareast-language:ZH-CN">

 

The
successful candidates will have the opportunity to interact
with experimentalists and the latest experimental
development, and to access the state-of-art supercomputers
at Los Alamos National Laboratory. The candidate is expected
to work on driven quantum systems under dissipation and
decoherence.

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Roman",serif;color:black;mso-fareast-language:ZH-CN">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, and
three letters of recommendation to style="font-family:"Times New Roman",serif">  style="font-family:"Times New
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Dr. Shizeng Lin   

Theoretical Division, Los Alamos National
Laboratory

Email:  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

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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. ​

 

 



20th August 2018 : Fwd: post-doc opening (immediate), phd openings in theory, Delft




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Subject: post-doc opening (immediate), phd openings in theory,
Delft
Date: Wed, 8 Aug 2018 12:16:54 +0200 (CEST)
From: Yuli Nazarov <y.v.nazarov@tudelft.nl>
To: christophe.texier@lptms.u-psud.fr

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 a post-doc opening to be filled as soon as possible and 1-2 phd openings to be filled in summer-authumn 2018.
Please find the details at:

http://yuli.weblog.tudelft.nl/2018/08/07/post-doc-opening-phd-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



31st July 2018 : 3y PhD (or 2y post-doc) position – Physical modeling of early embryo cavitation – Collège de France

Bonjour,

Pourriez-vous transmettre cette annonce de thèse/post-doc pour une
position financée dans mon équipe à remplir au plus vite.
En vous remerciant grandement par avance.
Hervé Turlier

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Hervé Turlier, PhD
Team Multiscale Physics of Morphogenesis,
Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Biology
Collège de France / CNRS UMR7241 / INSERM U1050
11, place Marcelin Berthelot
75231 Paris Cedex 05, FRANCE
Tel: +33 (0)144271410
www.virtual-embryo.com

See Attachement : PhD:post-doc_embryo_cavitation.pdf


30th July 2018 : Post-doc – Cell motility in deformable environments – Grenoble

Cell motility in deformable environments

The position, starting no later than 01/01/2018, will be funded for up
to 24 months by a
CNRS Momentum grant which also covers travel and equipment costs
associated to it. The
project will combine modeling and simulations (Pierre Recho and Jocelyn
Etienne) with
experiments (Claude Verdier and Valérie Laurent) to understand how
active cell mechanics
conspire with substrate deformation to give rise to different cell gaits
that are controlled by
the substrate rheology.

Details:
https://www-liphy.ujf-grenoble.fr/pagesperso/etienne/Postdoc_Motility.pdf

Contact:
pierre.recho@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
claude.verdier@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr


21st July 2018 : Stat Mech Postdoc Opening at Duke

Dear Colleagues,

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research associate in
theoretical and computational statistical mechanics, to work primarily
with Patrick Charbonneau at Duke University
(https://chem.duke.edu/labs/charbonneau), as part of the “Simons
Collaboration on Cracking the Glass Problem”
(https://scglass.uchicago.edu/).

The project generally focuses on obtaining a fundamental description of
amorphous solids, using both statistical mechanics theory and computer
simulations of realistic and idealized systems. The specific goal of
this position is to obtain a microsopic understanding of the structure
and dynamics of supercooled liquids and amorphous solids, notably
through comparing and contrasting numerical results with predictions
from mean-field theory.

The postdoc is expected to collaborate actively with other investigators
in the collaboration, and thus to visit participating research groups.
The postdoc is also expected to participate in scientific events and
discussions related to the Simons collaboration.

Candidates should have a PhD in Chemistry, Physics, or related fields,
with experience in statistical mechanics, computer programming and
simulation algorithms. The start date should (ideally) be between
November 2018 and March 2019. More details and applications can be found
at: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/11259

Thanks for sharing broadly.

Sincerely,
Patrick

--

Patrick Charbonneau
Associate Professor of Chemistry and Physics
Duke University
Durham, NC, USA


20th July 2018 : postdoctoral fellow Calgary

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Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2018 10:39:23 -0600
From: Joern Davidsen
Reply-To: Joern Davidsen
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr
Subject: [info.statphys] Open position: postdoctoral fellow

Dear Colleagues:

I have an opening for a postdoctoral fellow at the intersection of statistical seismology, induced seismicity and statistical physics. The main focus would be on earthquake-earthquake triggering in the context of hydraulic fracturing in the field and in the lab. I would appreciate it if you could forward the attached ad to suitable candidates and post it in your department.

Thanks a lot,
Joern.

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Dr. Jörn Davidsen
Associate Professor of Physics & Humboldt Research Fellow
University of Calgary
www.ucalgary.ca/complexity/davidsen

See Attachement : ad_pdf_CRD.pdf


19th July 2018 : Junior Leader grant (fwd)

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Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2018 12:59:08 +0200
From: Ivan Coluzza Subject: Junior Leader grant

Dear All,

I write to you to ask you if you have young scientists in your group that might be interested in applying with my group to a Marie Curie or the "Junior Leader" grant from the Caixa Bank here in Spain
reserved for excellence centres. The peculiarity of this grant is that it offers a significant budget to carry out independent research and it has no restriction on the nationality of the applicant:

Experience: Candidates should have earned their doctoral degree two to seven years prior to the deadline for applications (between 26 September 2016 and 25 September 2011). The date of the doctoral thesis
defence will be understood to be the date when the doctoral degree was obtained.

 

Geographic mobility: Candidates must have resided in Spain less than 12 months in the last three years.

 

Fellowship amount: 59.000 € (Annual gross salary including social security contributions) + 38.500 € (annual research costs) + 1.200 € (gross annual family assistance for each of the researcher's child
dependant) + 5.400 € (mobility assistance at the beginning of the fellowship)

https://obrasociallacaixa.org/documents/10280/675659/convocatoria_incoming_en.pdf/1ba1c860-ee14-44bb-a4e7-76cb2e7f13c8

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Ivan


17th July 2018 : Re: [permanents] Fwd: postdoc position in RMT

Salut Greg,

On a aussi un alias pour ce type d'annonces :
postes.lptms@u-psud.fr

Au fait, as-tu des nouvelles du poste à l'X ?

Amicalement,

Emmanuel

On Mon, 16 Jul 2018, gregory schehr wrote:

>
>
>> Début du message réexpédié :
>>
>> De: Eugene Kanzieper
>> Objet: postdoc position in RMT
>> Date: 16 juillet 2018 à 12:05:34 UTC+2
>> À: Eugene Kanzieper
>>
>> Dear Colleagues,
>>
>> I would be very much grateful if you could forward this announcement to suitable candidates. An extended PDF version of the advertisement is also attached.
>>
>> With thanks,
>> Eugene
>>
>> _____
>>
>> The Faculty of Sciences at H.I.T. – Holon Institute of Technology (Israel) invites applications for a postdoctoral position in mathematical physics funded by the Israel Science Foundation and the Holon Institute of Technology.
>>
>> The successful candidate will be involved in several exciting research projects lying at the crossroads of random matrix theory, quantum chaology and the theory of integrable systems. Previous research record in random matrix theory and related fields is an advantage, strong analytical skills is a must.
>>
>> The initial appointment will be for one year with a possibility of an extension for up to two more years depending on performance and available funds.
>>
>> Qualified candidates with a PhD degree in mathematics, mathematical or theoretical physics are encouraged to submit a letter of motivation, curriculum vitae, list of publications, and contact information of three referees to Eugene Kanzieper (eugene.kanzieper@gmail.com ).
>>
>> The expected starting date is October-November 2018 (negotiable). Applications will be reviewed as received until the position is filled.
>>
>> --
>> Eugene Kanzieper​ | Homepage
>> Workshop - RMT@Yad8 - 2018
>>
>>
>>
>


6th July 2018 : Call postdocs Data science/Social sciences – deadline July 22

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Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2018 18:24:07 +0200 (CEST)
From: Jean-Pierre Nadal
To: Jean-Pierre Nadal
Cc: jp
Subject: [info.statphys] Call postdocs Data science/Social sciences - deadline
July 22!

Call for applications: three postdocs at the interface data science/social sciences

Within the framework of the French national call for applications just launched by the CNRS Institute of Human and Social Sciences (InSHS), for three post-doctoral positions, the Centre d'Analyse et de
Mathématique Sociales (CAMS, CNRS-EHESS) wishes to support applications and host laureates for projects in line with its themes.

Eligible themes cover health, digital humanities & computational social sciences and artificial intelligence in SHS.

The full call in French can be found on the InSHS website,

 http://www.cnrs.fr/inshs/recherche/aac-postdocsshs2018.htm

An English (unofficial) translation is attached to this mail.

 

The closing date for applications is 22 July 2018.

 

The CAMS is a multidisciplinary research unit associated with the InSHS, working at the interface between social sciences and 'hard' sciences (mathematics, physics, computer science). The CAMS is
particularly interested in projects concerning the analysis and modeling of large databases with advanced analysis tools (among which machine learning techniques), on topics related to social sciences. For
example, several projects currently being developed at CAMS provide access to substantial data:

Health: project with hospitals on the management of severe polytrauma patients;

Neuroscience and cognition: sensory processing and semantics, brain imaging data (fMRI and EEG);

Urban dynamics: mobility, social dynamics (segregation), housing market...

Digital humanities projects could be developped in partnership with the Complex Systems Institute (Institut des systèmes complexes de Paris Ile de France, ISC-PIF).

Candidates may have diverse backgrounds, in mathematics, theoretical/physical statistical physics, or computer science, with good programming practice and preferably experience in big data analysis and
modeling - and a strong interest in interdisciplinarity in general and the social sciences in particular.

In addition, it will be proposed to contribute to the implementation of Data Challenges for the valorisation of social science data and the training of students, in partnership with two Master courses.

 

Contact : Jean-Pierre Nadal             

jpnadal@ehess.fr

 

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Jean-Pierre Nadal
Directeur de recherche au CNRS & Directeur d'études à l'EHESS
Directeur du CAMS
Centre d'Analyse et de Mathématique Sociales (CAMS)
École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
54 bd Raspail, 75006 Paris, France
tel : +33 - 1 49 54 21 36 fax : +33 - 1 49 54 21 09
jpnadal@ehess.fr         http://cams.ehess.fr/jean-pierre-nadal/

See Attachement : aac-postdocsshs2018.pdf

See Attachement : Call_SHS_CNRS_UnOfficialTranslation.pdf


29th June 2018 : Post-doc – Cell motility in deformable environments – Grenoble

Dear all,

Please find below a post-doc offer in Grenoble.

Best wishes,
Jocelyn

Cell motility in deformable environments

The position, starting no later than 01/01/2018, will be funded for up
to 24 months by a
CNRS Momentum grant which also covers travel and equipment costs
associated to it. The
project will combine modeling and simulations (Pierre Recho and Jocelyn
Etienne) with
experiments (Claude Verdier and Valérie Laurent) to understand how
active cell mechanics
conspire with substrate deformation to give rise to different cell gaits
that are controlled by
the substrate rheology.

Details:
https://www-liphy.ujf-grenoble.fr/pagesperso/etienne/Postdoc_Motility.pdf

Contact:
pierre.recho@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
claude.verdier@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr


28th June 2018 : Postdoc – biophysics – Iowa State University , USA

Dear colleagues,

We have an immediate opening for one postdoctoral fellow to work on
interdisciplinary project(s) at the interface of soft matter theory,
statistical physics and computational biophysics.

Ideal candidate is a newly graduated PhD holder in physics, applied math
or engineering with experience in stat-mech/soft-matter theory,
scientific coding (Python,C/C++, machine learning), and computer
simulations (MD, BD, Reaction-diffusion)

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

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


28th June 2018 : Tenure track faculty opening – soft matter – Physics – Trento, Italy

Dear Colleagues,

I've been asked to promote this call.   Within this linked page (there
is an English translation too)

https://www.unitn.it/ateneo/bando-dr-valcomp/52574/valutazione-comparativa-a-n-1-posto-di-ricercatore-senior-art-24-co-3-lett-b-l-2402010-settore-con

you will find a call for a tenure-track researcher position in the Dept.
of Physics at University of Trento, Italy.   The search is for someone
active in Soft Matter.   Current themes of activity there are around
glass transition and complex fluids generally.   You can contact Dr
Giacomo Baldi or Prof. Giulio Monaco for more information.

Best regards,
Pietro Cicuta

_______________________________________________
For instructions on subscribing to and using
the Soft Matter Mailing List, please visit:

http://www1.maths.leeds.ac.uk/~djread/softmatter.html
_______________________________________________


27th June 2018 : Fwd: [soft-matter] Group leader position at CSBD

Dear Colleagues,

attached please find an ad for an independent Max Planck Research
group leader at the Center for Systems Biology Dresden and affiliated
with both Max Planck Institutes (MPI-PKS and MPI-CBG).

The search is rather broad. We are looking for a theorist working on
subjects ranging from cellular information processing, developmental
processes, cellular self-organization to morphogenesis and with an
interest towards the study of organoid systems.

Best regards,
Frank Jülicher
______________________________________________________

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

See Attachement : Job_add_RGL.pdf


25th June 2018 : 3-year postdoc – soft matter theory – U. Cambridge

A three-year post-doc position (fully funded by the Army Research Office
of the USA) is available in the Statistical Physics Group at University
of Cambridge to work on fundamental atomistic theory and simulations of
polymer glasses under shear (linear and non-linear deformations).

Further details about the position can be found here:

http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/17961/

Best wishes,
Alessio Zaccone

--
Alessio Zaccone
Statistical Physics Group, Head
Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
and Cavendish Laboratory
University of Cambridge
CB3 0AS Cambridge, U.K.
Email: az302@cam.ac.uk
Phone: +44 1223 334776
https://www.ceb.cam.ac.uk/research/groups/statistical-physics


25th June 2018 : postdoc position in theoretical condensed matter physics


De: "Izak Snyman" <izaksnyman1@gmail.com>
À: "Izak Snyman" <izaksnyman1@gmail.com>
Envoyé: Lundi 25 Juin 2018 14:15:12
Objet: postdoc position in theoretical condensed matter physics

Dear Colleagues
A two-year postdoc position in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics has become available at the Mandelstam Institute for Theoretical Physics at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. I would be grateful if you could forward this notice to anyone you know of who might be interested.
We would like to hire someone starting October 2018 or as soon thereafter as possible.
The successful applicant will have the freedom to pursue their own research interests, but preference will be given to candidates interested in low-dimensional systems, quantum impurities, quantum optics, or many-body physics. 
For more information, or to apply, go to https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/11334.
Best regards
Izak Snyman


24th June 2018 : Postdoc Durand MSC



De: "Marc Durand" <gdr-phenix@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
À: gdr-phenix@listes.ens-lyon.fr
Envoyé: Samedi 23 Juin 2018 22:14:51
Objet: [gdr-phenix] Postdoctoral position opening

Bonjour à tous,
Veuillez trouver ci-dessous une offre de postdoc sur la plasticité des milieux cellulaires. Si vous connaissez des candidats potentiellement intéressés, n'hésitez pas à leur faire suivre (version anglaise ci-cessous).
Merci,
Marc Durand
Postdoctoral position opening: "plasticity of soft cellular systems"
The UNIPLAS project needs a young researcher for conducting computational studies on the plasticity of soft cellular systems. The researcher will also be implied in the modelling task. 
The position is based in Paris at MSC lab (université Paris-Diderot) and conjointly with the LSPM lab (Université Paris 13).
We seek motivated researchers, with theoretical and computational expertise. Candidates should have a background in computer simulation, statistical mechanics, or condensed matter. Postdoctoral position is for a period of one year, with estimated starting date January 2019.
Interested candidates can apply by sending their CV (including publication list) and a short research statement (with plans and motivations) by email to marc.durand@univ-paris-diderot.fr with subject: "Application UNIPLAS".
For a full description of the postdoc opening, please visit http://www.marcdurand.net/job-opportunities.html
Best,
Marc Durand.


--

Marc Durand
Université Paris Diderot
Matière et Systèmes Complexes
Bâtiment Condorcet - case 7056
10, rue Alice Domon et Léonie Duquet
75205 Paris Cedex 13, France

tel: + 33 (0)1 57 27 62 58
email: marc.durand@univ-paris-diderot.fr
http://www.marcdurand.net/


21st June 2018 : faculty position in Physics at Uniandes – Bogotá Colombia

Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2018 20:59:38 +0000
From: Gabriel Tellez Acosta
Subject: faculty position in Physics at Uniandes - Bogotá Colombia

Dear collegue,

We have an open position for a faculty position (Assistant Professor level) at the Physics Department of Universidad de los Andes. I would appreciate if you could publish the attached announcement at your university and transmit it to anyone that could be interested. Many thanks,

Dr. Gabriel Tellez
Profesor Titular
Departamento de Fisica
Universidad de los Andes
Bogota, Colombia, S.A.
Tel: (571) 3 394949 ext 2749
Fax: (571) 3 324516
http://wwwprof.uniandes.edu.co/~gtellez/

See Attachement : Faculty-position-Uniandes.pdf


20th June 2018 : Postdoc – Biological Physics – University of São Paulo

>> Dear Colleague,
>>
>> I would like to ask you to share this information among your research
>> network. It regards an opening position for a researcher at my Institute:
>>
>> It is our pleasure to announce that we have an open position at the
>> Applied Physics Department in the Institute of Physics, for a
>> researcher in the Biophysics area (Biological Physics) at the
>> University of São Paulo - USP (http://portal.if.usp.br/ifusp/en).
>>
>> The candidate could have an Experimental or Theoretical background
>> (we are accepting candidates for both areas), but he/she must have a
>> Ph.D degree (and preferentially Pos-Doc) in any area of Biophysics
>> (Biological Physics).
>>
>> The candidate could have a degree on Physics, Chemistry, or related
>> areas. The appointed candidate is expected to contribute actively in
>> teaching and in the further academic education, like supervising
>> M.Sc., Ph.D and Pos-Docs students.
>>
>> Please, be aware that if the candidate has a Ph.D. degree in some
>> University without any previous agreement with USP, it will be
>> necessary to “revalidate” his/her PhD degree, and such a process
>> could take some time (at least 2 to 3 weeks). The deadline
>> application is September 3rd (11:59 p.m.).
>>
>> I am, thus, kindly asking you to share this information among your
>> network research colleagues.
>>
>> Moreover, if you (or any possible candidate) have any further
>> question, do no hesitate in contact us (Leandro Barbosa:
>> lbarbosa@if.usp.br , or Rosangela Itri:
>> itri@if.usp.br ).
>>
>> All the best,
>>
>> Leandro Barbosa

See Attachement : Edital 11_18 cargo 1233890 em inglês.pdf


18th June 2018 : Postdoc – soft and living matter theory – UPenn

Prof. Eleni Katifori in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA, is looking for a
post-doctoral associate to work on theoretical problems in the areas of
soft and living matter. The projects will involve the statistical
physics of complex networks.

The successful candidate will join the soft matter theory group at Penn,
a highly vibrant and collaborative community of faculty, post-docs and
PhD students, and is encouraged to collaborate with any of the faculty
members in the group, which also includes Andrea Liu, Randy Kamien, as
well as with experimentalists.

More information about the Katifori group can be found on the webpage
http://web.sas.upenn.edu/katifori/ or by emailing the address listed below.

Post-doctoral applicants should have a theoretical background in complex
systems, soft matter, statistical mechanics, biophysics or related
subjects. Prior programming knowledge is a plus, but not required. A
good working knowledge of English is necessary.

The appointment will be for one year with the possibility of extension
to two or more years.

The University of Pennsylvania is committed to employing more
underrepresented individuals and especially encourages them to apply.

To apply, please send a CV including a publication list and statement of
interests, and have 2-3 reference letters sent directly to the email
listed below. Your statement of interests should be two pages or shorter
and should describe your past and current research interests and why you
are interested in this position. Only electronic applications will be
considered. The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is
found. You may send inquiries and/or your applications as soon as
possible via email to: applypostdockatifori@gmail.com

-------------------------------------------------------
Eleni Katifori
Assistant professor
Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, University of Pennsylvania
http://web.sas.upenn.edu/katifori/


9th June 2018 : Postdoc – Theory of the Surfaces of Amorphous Materials – University of Sydney

*Postdoctoral Position in the Theory of the Surfaces of Amorphous Materials*

School of Chemistry, University of Sydney

A Postdoctoral Position is currently available under the supervision of
Professor Peter Harrowell in the School of Chemistry at  the University
of Sydney to work on the theoretical and computational studies of the
morphology and stability of the surfaces of amorphous solids. This
project will include the study of dissolution and precipitation
processes from these surfaces.

The appointment will be for 2 years and will start by October 2018.

Applicants require a PhD in Chemistry, Physics or a related discipline
with proven research experience in statistical mechanics and computer
simulation of condensed matter.

Further details can be obtained from Peter Harrowell. Interested
applicants should send a CV and the contact details of 3 referees to
Peter Harrowell at peter.harrowell@sydney.edu.au.


8th June 2018 : New postdoctoral opportunities in condensed matter theory and materials modelling at Manchester




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8th June 2018 : Postdoc Position Available in Sydney

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Date: Tue, 5 Jun 2018 22:42:56 +0000
From: Peter Harrowell
Reply-To: Peter Harrowell To: "info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr"
Subject: [info.statphys] Postdoc Position Available in Sydney

Dear Colleagues,

I am looking to appoint a Postdoctoral Fellow in my group to work on theoretical and computational studies of the surfaces of amorphous materials. I would be grateful if you could circulate this notice to
anyone who might be interested.

Thanks for your help.

Regards,

Peter Harrowell

 

Postdoctoral Position in the Theory of the Surfaces of Amorphous Materials

School of Chemistry, University of Sydney

 

A Postdoctoral Position is currently available under the supervision of Professor Peter Harrowell in the School of Chemistry at  the University of Sydney to work on the theoretical and computational studies
of the morphology and stability of the surfaces of amorphous solids. This project will include the study of dissolution and precipitation processes from these surfaces.

The appointment will be for 2 years and will start by October 2018.

Applicants require a PhD in Chemistry, Physics or a related discipline with proven research experience in statistical mechanics and computer simulation of condensed matter.

Further details can be obtained from Peter Harrowell. Interested applicants should send a CV and the contact details of 3 referees to Peter Harrowell at peter.harrowell@sydney.edu.au.

 


8th June 2018 : Postdoc Position Available in Sydney




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Subject: [info.statphys] Postdoc Position Available in Sydney
Date: Tue, 5 Jun 2018 22:42:56 +0000
From: Peter Harrowell (peter.harrowell@sydney.edu.au via
info.statphys Mailing List)
<info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
Reply-To: Peter Harrowell <peter.harrowell@sydney.edu.au>
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr
<info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>


style="font-size:12.0pt;line-height:115%;font-family:"Times
New Roman",serif">Dear Colleagues,

style="font-size:12.0pt;line-height:115%;font-family:"Times
New Roman",serif">I am looking to appoint a
Postdoctoral Fellow in my group to work on theoretical and
computational studies of the surfaces of amorphous
materials. I would be grateful if you could circulate this
notice to anyone who might be interested.

style="font-size:12.0pt;line-height:115%;font-family:"Times
New Roman",serif">Thanks for your help.

style="font-size:12.0pt;line-height:115%;font-family:"Times
New Roman",serif">Regards,

style="font-size:12.0pt;line-height:115%;font-family:"Times
New Roman",serif">Peter Harrowell

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New Roman",serif"> 

style="font-size:12.0pt;line-height:115%;font-family:"Times
New Roman",serif">Postdoctoral Position in the Theory
of the Surfaces of Amorphous Materials

style="font-size:12.0pt;line-height:115%;font-family:"Times
New Roman",serif">School of Chemistry, University of
Sydney

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New Roman",serif"> 

style="font-size:12.0pt;line-height:115%;font-family:"Times
New Roman",serif">A Postdoctoral Position is currently
available under the supervision of Professor Peter Harrowell
in the School of Chemistry at  the University of Sydney to
work on the theoretical and computational studies of the
morphology and stability of the surfaces of amorphous
solids. This project will include the study of dissolution
and precipitation processes from these surfaces.

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New Roman",serif">The appointment will be for 2 years
and will start by October 2018.

style="font-size:12.0pt;line-height:115%;font-family:"Times
New Roman",serif">Applicants require a PhD in
Chemistry, Physics or a related discipline with proven
research experience in statistical mechanics and computer
simulation of condensed matter.

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New Roman",serif">Further details can be obtained from
Peter Harrowell. Interested applicants should send a CV and
the contact details of 3 referees to Peter Harrowell at
peter.harrowell@sydney.edu.au.

 



5th June 2018 : Tenure track position – Theoretical Biophysics – Utrecht

Dear friends,

Please see attached an advertisement for a tenure track assistant
professor position in theoretical biophysics at the University of Utrecht.

Please pass it on to any suitable candidates.

Best,
Wylie

See Attachement : Assistant Professor in Biophysics_Utrecht University.pdf


4th June 2018 : Professeur de Mécanique-Physique théorique à l’ESPCI, laboratoire PMMH

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Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2018 11:19:58 +0200
From: Jean-Christophe GEMINARD
To: gdr-phenix@listes.ens-lyon.fr
Cc: "phil@pmmh.espci.fr" Subject: [gdr-phenix] Professeur de Mécanique-Physique théorique à l'ESPCI,
laboratoire PMMH

[de la part de Philippe Petitjeans]

Bonjour,

vous trouverez ci-joint l'annonce de l'ouverture d'un poste
de professeur au PMMH. Ouverture du concours à l'été 2018.

Contacts (Cf document joint):
Pour la recherche: Philippe Petitjeans, directeur du laboratoire PMMH
Pour l’enseignement: Véronique Bellosta, Directrice des Études

    Cordialement,

             Jean-Christophe

See Attachement : Poste prof ESPCI - Annonce.pdf


4th June 2018 : Postdoctoral position – plasticity of amorphous solids – ESPCI Paris




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amorphous solids - ESPCI Paris
Date: Mon, 28 May 2018 10:17:59 +0200
From: spatinet <sylvain.patinet@espci.fr>
Reply-To: spatinet <sylvain.patinet@espci.fr>
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr

Dear Colleagues,

Please find attached an announcement for lang="en-US">a lang="en-US">postdoctoral
position
lang="en-US">about lang="en-US"> lang="en-US">multi-scale lang="en-US">modeling lang="en-US"> of
plasticity in amorphous solids
lang="en-US">at the PMMH
laboratory at ESPCI in Paris.

Motivated
candidates should directly contact
href="mailto:sylvain.patinet@espci.fr" moz-do-not-send="true">sylvain.patinet@espci.fr lang="en-US"> with required
materials. If you know any
style="font-weight: normal">potential lang="en-US"> candidates,
please encourage them to apply too.

Details can also be
found href="https://pmmh.spip.espci.fr/sites/pmmh.spip.espci.fr/IMG/pdf/postdoc_espci_2018.pdf"
moz-do-not-send="true">here

Best regards,

Sylvain Patinet

href="mailto:sylvain.patinet@espci.fr" moz-do-not-send="true">sylvain.patinet@espci.fr

Laboratory PMMH - UMR 7636

ESPCI - ParisTech

10, rue Vauquelin

75231 Paris cedex 05

Phone number: (+0033) 01 40 79 58 26

href="https://blog.espci.fr/spatinet/" moz-do-not-send="true">https://blog.espci.fr/spatinet/


See Attachement : PostDoc_ESPCI_2018.pdf


4th June 2018 : Biophysics post-doc in Paris




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Subject: [info.statphys] Biophysics post-doc in Paris
Date: Tue, 29 May 2018 21:08:02 +0200
From: Claude Loverdo (claude.loverdo@gmail.com via
info.statphys Mailing List)
<info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
Reply-To: Claude Loverdo <claude.loverdo@gmail.com>
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr

Post-doc: Modeling vaccination/niche competition in
the gut for microbiota engineering

We are looking for a post doctoral researcher to model
vaccination and niche competition effects in the gut for
microbiota engineering. Antibiotic multi-resistant (AMR)
bacteria that frequently inhabit the intestinal tract of humans
and livestock are a serious threat. Our recent work demonstrates
that intestinal antibodies, raised by inactivated oral vaccines,
enforce the targeted strain to undergo "enchained growth",
forming large clumps. During the project, a protocol combining
vaccination with introduction of a niche competitor, for
targeted drug-free removal of an individual bacterial strain
from the microbiota of mice, will be developed, and extended to
domestic pigs. Combining mathematical models and quantitative
dynamic data will provide a solid framework for subsequent
large-scale trials and extension to more diverse bacterial
species and hosts.

The class="gmail-m_-2133579034334562330m_-5501323535424736752gmail-il">postdoc
will analyze experimental data to extract information about the
bacterial populations dynamics. He/she will develop biophysical
models of the microbiota dynamics in the gut, integrating immune
dynamics and competition, and animal size and physiology. Beyond
the direct applications to the experiments of the project, the
goal is to gain a better understanding on how the physical
conditions in the gut interplay with the microbiota dynamics.

The class="gmail-m_-2133579034334562330m_-5501323535424736752gmail-il">postdoc
will be based in Sorbonne Université, Paris, under the
supervision of Claude Loverdo, and the work will be in close
collaboration with Emma Slack, ETH Zürich. The class="gmail-m_-2133579034334562330m_-5501323535424736752gmail-il">postdoc
will be integrated to the theory team of the Laboratoire Jean
Perrin, a young and dynamic biophysical lab, in the center of
Paris. The class="gmail-m_-2133579034334562330m_-5501323535424736752gmail-il">postdoc
duration is 12+ months, start date negotiable from September
2018, with salary according to experience.

The candidate should have a PhD (or have it completed before the
start of the position), in physics or a related field, and a
strong experience in modeling. Moreover he/she should have a
deep interest and possibly a previous experience in biology.

If you are interested please send us a CV and a short email
motivating your interest in the position.

Claude Loverdo target="_blank" moz-do-not-send="true">claude.loverdo@upmc.fr

Emma Slack target="_blank" moz-do-not-send="true">emma.slack@micro.biol.ethz.ch

Most relevant publications:

- K.Moor, M.Diard, M.E.Sellin, B.Felmy, S.Y.Wotzka, A.Toska,
E.Bakkaren, M.Arnoldini, F.Bansept, A.Dal Co, T.Voller,
A.Minola, B.Fernandez-Rodriguez, G.Agatic, S.Barbieri,
L.Piccoli, C.Casiraghi, D.Corti, A.Lanzavecchia, R.R.Regoes,
C.Loverdo, R.Stocker, D.R.Brumley, W-D.Hardt, E.Slack.
High-avidity IgA protects the intestine by enchaining growing
bacteria. Nature 544:498--502 (2017)

- M.Diard, E.Bakkaren, J.K.Cornuault, A.Hausmann, K.Moor,
M.E.Sellin, C.Loverdo, A.Aertsen, M.Ackermann, M.De Paepe,
E.Slack, W-D.Hardt. Inflammation boosts bacteriophage transfer
between Salmonella spp. Science 355:1211--1215 (2017)

- F.Bansept, K.Schumann-Moor, M.Diard, W-D.Hardt, E.Slack,
C.Loverdo,  Enchained growth and cluster dislocation : a
possible mechanism for microbiota homeostasis, bioRxiv:298059



2nd June 2018 : PhD – Biophysics of planar-polarised tissue – U. Grenoble

Dear all,

Here is a funded PhD offer in Grenoble, France, involving both
experimetnal work and theory. Grenoble is a lively 300,000-inhabitant
city in a breathtaking mountain landscape and a stimulating research
environment!
Best wishes,
Jocelyn

Project : IRS - Anisotropy of the cytoskeleton and tissue mechanics

SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT (LABORATORY’S NAME) : LTM and LIPHY
http://ltmlab.fr/
https://www-liphy.ujf-grenoble.fr/

DOCTORAL SCHOOL: Physique

SUPERVISOR NAME: Alice Nicolas and Jocelyn Etienne
https://www-liphy.ujf-grenoble.fr/jocelyn-etienne

Subject Description

Morphogenesis, the development of the complex, beautiful but above all
functional shape of embryos and organs, has so far mainly been
addressed in terms of genetic control. The more recent integration of
mechanical approaches have led to surprising re-interpretations of how
developmental patterns emerge. In this context, the so-called
planar-polarised anisotropic organisation of the cytoskeleton is known
to be key to convergence-extension in e.g. Drosophila axis extension.

The objective of this PhD is to quantify the contribution of actomyosin
anisotropy on the tissue passive and active dynamics.

The PhD student will first aim at establishing an in-vitro model of
planar-polarised tissue. For this, microfabrication techniques developed
in LTM will be employed to grow a convergent cell monolayer on a
substrate exhibiting mechanical anisotropy. The response of cells in
terms of cytoskeletal organisation will be quantified. Next, mechanical
measurements including traction force microscopy and, in collaboration
with IGDR Rennes, laser nano-ablations will be used to characterise the
mechanical behaviour of the monolayer. The experimental data will then
be compared with analytical and numerical results from models developed
in LIPHY, in collaboration with the PhD student and LTM.

Applicants must hold a Master's degree (or be about to earn one) or have
a university degree equivalent to a European Master's (5-year duration).

Selection process

Application deadline: 13 June 2018 at 17:00 (CET)

Applicants will have to send an application letter in English and attach:

Their last diploma
Their CV
A short presentation of their scientific project (2 to 3 pages max)
A copy of any report that they have written for previous research
projects (internship, master's project,...)
Letters of recommendation are welcome.

Address to send their application:
alice.nicolas@cea.fr
and
jocelyn.etienne@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr


30th May 2018 : PhD – liposome modelling – Leiden University, the Netherlands

Dear colleagues,

My group at Leiden University has an opening for a computational PhD
student in a collaborative project between me and Alexander Kros, who is
working on liposome fusion and targeted drug-delivery systems. The
project will soon be advertised at the Leiden website, but since we want
to hire asap, I decided to include a sneak-preview.

We would be grateful for your help in spreading the word amongst
possible candidates.

With kind regards,

Agur Sevink

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

**

*Multi-Scale Computational Insight in Precise Targeting of the
Blood-Brain Barrier*

*Short Description of the project (see the attached for details):*

A PhD position is available immediately in the Biophysical Organic
Chemistry (BPOC) group at the
Leiden Institute of Chemistry (LIC), for a cross-disciplinary project
that is supervised by dr. Agur Sevink.
The project is a collaboration between this group and the Supramolecular
and Biomaterials Chemistry
(SBC) group of prof. Alexander Kros, and aims at employing theory and
modern multi-scale computational
techniques for obtaining a deeper molecular understanding of the role of
lipid structure and selective
protein binding in the experimentally observed targeting of the
blood-brain barrier (BBB) by binary
liposomes with a very specific lipid composition.

Selective targeting of the BBB is an important topic in drug delivery
research, owing to the poor affinity of many
therapeutic drugs towards this barrier (giving rise to dosing issues and
potentially leading to tissue damage) and
the observation that a series of acceptors on the membrane render it an
ideal target for selective drug delivery.
The research in this project will focus on applying and extending
coarse-grained/hybrid computational techniques
for obtaining a deeper understanding of membrane binding and liposome
structuring in terms of the lipid chemistry
and composition, both by theory and by employing an efficient
MD-SCF/MPCD computational method that was
recently developed in the BPOC group and uniquely enables simulation of
relevant liposomes with molecular resolution.
The second aim is to obtain insight in the function of lipoprotein
lipases (LPL) in binding to these liposomes and

in their transport along the BBB.

See Attachement : PhD_SevinkKros.pdf


29th May 2018 : Postdoc – Biophysics – Paris

Post-doc: Modeling vaccination/niche competition in the gut for
microbiota engineering

We are looking for a post doctoral researcher to model vaccination and
niche competition effects in the gut for microbiota engineering.
Antibiotic multi-resistant (AMR) bacteria that frequently inhabit the
intestinal tract of humans and livestock are a serious threat. Our
recent work demonstrates that intestinal antibodies, raised by
inactivated oral vaccines, enforce the targeted strain to undergo
"enchained growth", forming large clumps. During the project, a protocol
combining vaccination with introduction of a niche competitor, for
targeted drug-free removal of an individual bacterial strain from the
microbiota of mice, will be developed, and extended to domestic pigs.
Combining mathematical models and quantitative dynamic data will provide
a solid framework for subsequent large-scale trials and extension to
more diverse bacterial species and hosts.

The postdoc will analyze experimental data to extract information about
the bacterial populations dynamics. He/she will develop biophysical
models of the microbiota dynamics in the gut, integrating immune
dynamics and competition, and animal size and physiology. Beyond the
direct applications to the experiments of the project, the goal is to
gain a better understanding on how the physical conditions in the gut
interplay with the microbiota dynamics.

The postdoc will be based in Sorbonne Université, Paris, under the
supervision of Claude Loverdo, and the work will be in close
collaboration with Emma Slack, ETH Zürich. The postdoc will be
integrated to the theory team of the Laboratoire Jean Perrin, a young
and dynamic biophysical lab, in the center of Paris. The postdoc
duration is 12+ months, start date negotiable from September 2018, with
salary according to experience.

The candidate should have a PhD (or have it completed before the start
of the position), in physics or a related field, and a strong experience
in modeling. Moreover he/she should have a deep interest and possibly a
previous experience in biology.

If you are interested please send us a CV and a short email motivating
your interest in the position.
Claude Loverdo claude.loverdo@upmc.fr
Emma Slack emma.slack@micro.biol.ethz.ch

Most relevant publications:
- K.Moor, M.Diard, M.E.Sellin, B.Felmy, S.Y.Wotzka, A.Toska, E.Bakkaren,
M.Arnoldini, F.Bansept, A.Dal Co, T.Voller, A.Minola,
B.Fernandez-Rodriguez, G.Agatic, S.Barbieri, L.Piccoli, C.Casiraghi,
D.Corti, A.Lanzavecchia, R.R.Regoes, C.Loverdo, R.Stocker, D.R.Brumley,
W-D.Hardt, E.Slack. High-avidity IgA protects the intestine by
enchaining growing bacteria. Nature 544:498--502 (2017)
- M.Diard, E.Bakkaren, J.K.Cornuault, A.Hausmann, K.Moor, M.E.Sellin,
C.Loverdo, A.Aertsen, M.Ackermann, M.De Paepe, E.Slack, W-D.Hardt.
Inflammation boosts bacteriophage transfer between Salmonella spp.
Science 355:1211--1215 (2017)
- F.Bansept, K.Schumann-Moor, M.Diard, W-D.Hardt, E.Slack, C.Loverdo, 
Enchained growth and cluster dislocation : a possible mechanism for
microbiota homeostasis, bioRxiv:298059


29th May 2018 : Postdoc – modeling in cell biophysics – Lehigh University

A postdoctoral position is available in the Vavylonis group
(http://athena.physics.lehigh.edu/), focusing on the biophysics of
cell motion, polarization, and division. The position is for someone
interested in applying mathematical/computational tools and concepts
of physics and engineering to cell biological systems. Several
opportunities exist for collaboration with experimental cell
biologists as well as with the group of Jeetain Mittal at Lehigh
University to develop coarse-grained modeling methods for the
cytoskeleton and its interaction with membranes. The position is
funded by NIH and is available for two years.

Candidates with background in biophysics, bioengineering, statistical
physics, soft matter physics, computational physics, or related areas
are encouraged to apply and inquire about career development
possibilities. Lehigh University is located in eastern Pennsylvania,
north of Philadelphia and west of New York City.

For more details and to apply, please contact me at vavylonis@lehigh.edu

--
Dimitrios Vavylonis, Professor
Department of Physics
Lehigh University
415 Lewis Lab
16 Memorial Drive East
Bethlehem PA 18015
Tel: (610) 758-3724 Fax: (610) 758-5730
http://athena.physics.lehigh.edu/


29th May 2018 : Postdoc – plasticity of amorphous solids – ESPCI Paris

Dear Colleagues,

*Please find attached an announcement for **a **postdoctoral position
**about****multi-scale **modeling**of plasticity in amorphous solids *at
the PMMH laboratory at ESPCI in Paris.

Motivated candidates should directly contact sylvain.patinet@espci.fr
with required materials. If you know
any potentialcandidates, please encourage them to apply too.

Details can also be found here

Best regards,

Sylvain Patinet

sylvain.patinet@espci.fr
Laboratory PMMH - UMR 7636
ESPCI - ParisTech
10, rue Vauquelin
75231 Paris cedex 05
Phone number: (+0033) 01 40 79 58 26
https://blog.espci.fr/spatinet/

See Attachement : PostDoc_ESPCI_2018.pdf


28th May 2018 : Postdoc position: modeling in cell biophysics




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Subject: [info.statphys] Postdoc position: modeling in cell
biophysics
Date: Fri, 25 May 2018 11:15:19 -0400
From: Dimitrios Vavylonis (vavylonis@lehigh.edu via
info.statphys Mailing List)
<info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
Reply-To: Dimitrios Vavylonis <vavylonis@lehigh.edu>
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr

A postdoctoral position is available in the Vavylonis group
(http://athena.physics.lehigh.edu/), focusing on the biophysics of
cell motion, polarization, and division. The position is for someone
interested in applying mathematical/computational tools and concepts
of physics and engineering to cell biological systems. Several
opportunities exist for collaboration with experimental cell
biologists as well as with the group of Jeetain Mittal at Lehigh
University to develop coarse-grained modeling methods for the
cytoskeleton and its interaction with membranes. The position is
funded by NIH and is available for two years.

Candidates with background in biophysics, bioengineering, statistical
physics, soft matter physics, computational physics, or related areas
are encouraged to apply and inquire about career development
possibilities. Lehigh University is located in eastern Pennsylvania,
north of Philadelphia and west of New York City.

For more details and to apply, please contact me at vavylonis@lehigh.edu

--
Dimitrios Vavylonis, Professor
Department of Physics
Lehigh University
415 Lewis Lab
16 Memorial Drive East
Bethlehem PA 18015
Tel: (610) 758-3724 Fax: (610) 758-5730
http://athena.physics.lehigh.edu/



28th May 2018 : Postdoc position: modeling in cell biophysics




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Subject: [info.statphys] Postdoc position: modeling in cell
biophysics
Date: Fri, 25 May 2018 11:15:19 -0400
From: Dimitrios Vavylonis (vavylonis@lehigh.edu via
info.statphys Mailing List)
<info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
Reply-To: Dimitrios Vavylonis <vavylonis@lehigh.edu>
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr

A postdoctoral position is available in the Vavylonis group
(http://athena.physics.lehigh.edu/), focusing on the biophysics of
cell motion, polarization, and division. The position is for someone
interested in applying mathematical/computational tools and concepts
of physics and engineering to cell biological systems. Several
opportunities exist for collaboration with experimental cell
biologists as well as with the group of Jeetain Mittal at Lehigh
University to develop coarse-grained modeling methods for the
cytoskeleton and its interaction with membranes. The position is
funded by NIH and is available for two years.

Candidates with background in biophysics, bioengineering, statistical
physics, soft matter physics, computational physics, or related areas
are encouraged to apply and inquire about career development
possibilities. Lehigh University is located in eastern Pennsylvania,
north of Philadelphia and west of New York City.

For more details and to apply, please contact me at vavylonis@lehigh.edu

--
Dimitrios Vavylonis, Professor
Department of Physics
Lehigh University
415 Lewis Lab
16 Memorial Drive East
Bethlehem PA 18015
Tel: (610) 758-3724 Fax: (610) 758-5730
http://athena.physics.lehigh.edu/



28th May 2018 : Postdoc position: modeling in cell biophysics

Date: Fri, 25 May 2018 11:15:19 -0400
From: Dimitrios Vavylonis
Reply-To: Dimitrios Vavylonis
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr
Subject: [info.statphys] Postdoc position: modeling in cell biophysics

A postdoctoral position is available in the Vavylonis group
(http://athena.physics.lehigh.edu/), focusing on the biophysics of
cell motion, polarization, and division. The position is for someone
interested in applying mathematical/computational tools and concepts
of physics and engineering to cell biological systems. Several
opportunities exist for collaboration with experimental cell
biologists as well as with the group of Jeetain Mittal at Lehigh
University to develop coarse-grained modeling methods for the
cytoskeleton and its interaction with membranes. The position is
funded by NIH and is available for two years.

Candidates with background in biophysics, bioengineering, statistical
physics, soft matter physics, computational physics, or related areas
are encouraged to apply and inquire about career development
possibilities. Lehigh University is located in eastern Pennsylvania,
north of Philadelphia and west of New York City.

For more details and to apply, please contact me at vavylonis@lehigh.edu

--
Dimitrios Vavylonis, Professor
Department of Physics
Lehigh University
415 Lewis Lab
16 Memorial Drive East
Bethlehem PA 18015
Tel: (610) 758-3724 Fax: (610) 758-5730
http://athena.physics.lehigh.edu/


25th May 2018 : 4 post-doc openings in Barcelona-Orsay-Paris-Utrecht

Dear Colleagues,

We are currently advertizing four post-doctoral openings, within a
collaborative H2020 network devoted to the study of phoretic effects at the
nanoscale (see attached document). The positions are for a period of two years,
with starting date as soon as possible, and in any case before Jan 2019.

Please do not hesitate to pass on this announcement. Informal inquiries
welcome.

Thank you,

Emmanuel Trizac

Laboratoire de Physique Théorique et Modèles Statistiques
Bat 100, Université Paris-Sud / CNRS, 91405 Orsay Cedex (France)
URL : http://www.lptms.u-psud.fr/membres/trizac/index.html
Tel. : 33 1 69 15 73 39

See Attachement : Nanophlow_postdoctoral_positions.pdf


25th May 2018 : Postdoc – statistical physics, machine learning and protein sequence analysis – ENS Paris

Dear colleague,

We are looking for a post-doctorant on statistical physics and machine
learning, both on theoretical aspects and on applications to the analysis
of protein and RNA sequence data. The post-doc will be located in the
Department of Physics at the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris, under the
supervision of S. Cocco and R. Monasson. The duration of the position is
of two years.

From a theoretical point of view, the post-doc will develop machine
learning tools and will apply statistical physics methods and concepts to
better understand how such machines operate and learn from data.
Different unsupervised architectures will be studied and compared,
including Boltzmann Machines, Restricted Boltzmann Machines, and
Autoencoders.

From an applied point of view, sequence data are accumulating thanks to
massive sequencing technologies. The goal of the post-doctoral project
will be to learn models of protein or RNA families from the corresponding
sequence data, with special emphasis on the understanding of sequence to
function relation, and on the prediction of mutational effect and
mutational paths. The study will in particular concentrate on predicting
mutational effects and mutational paths in the trypsin enzyme.
Theoretical predictions will be compared with high-throughput screening
of mutational effects by the C. Nizak and O. Rivoire at College de
France.

Post-doc candidates are expected to have solid knowledge in statistical
physics, inference methods and data analysis, and both analytical and
computer programming skills. Moreover he/she should have a deep interest
and possibly a previous experience in computational biology and/or
bioinformatics.

Applications should be sent by email to cocco@lps.ens.fr or
monasson@lpt.ens.fr by July 30, 2018.

Please help us distribute this announcement.

best regards,
Simona Cocco and Rémi Monasson


25th May 2018 : Post doc in statistical physics, machine learning and protein sequence analysis

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Fri, 25 May 2018 09:03:54 +0200
From: cocco@lps.ens.fr
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr
Subject: [info.statphys] Post doc in statistical physics,
machine learning and protein sequence analysis

Dear colleague,

We are looking for a post-doctorant on statistical physics and machine
learning, both on theoretical aspects and on applications to the analysis
of protein and RNA sequence data. The post-doc will be located in the
Department of Physics at the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris, under the
supervision of S. Cocco and R. Monasson. The duration of the position is
of two years.

>From a theoretical point of view, the post-doc will develop machine
learning tools and will apply statistical physics methods and concepts to
better understand how such machines operate and learn from data.
Different unsupervised architectures will be studied and compared,
including Boltzmann Machines, Restricted Boltzmann Machines, and
Autoencoders.

>From an applied point of view, sequence data are accumulating thanks to
massive sequencing technologies. The goal of the post-doctoral project
will be to learn models of protein or RNA families from the corresponding
sequence data, with special emphasis on the understanding of sequence to
function relation, and on the prediction of mutational effect and
mutational paths. The study will in particular concentrate on predicting
mutational effects and mutational paths in the trypsin enzyme.
Theoretical predictions will be compared with high-throughput screening
of mutational effects by the C. Nizak and O. Rivoire at College de
France.

Post-doc candidates are expected to have solid knowledge in statistical
physics, inference methods and data analysis, and both analytical and
computer programming skills. Moreover he/she should have a deep interest
and possibly a previous experience in computational biology and/or
bioinformatics.

Applications should be sent by email to cocco@lps.ens.fr or
monasson@lpt.ens.fr by July 30, 2018.

Please help us distribute this announcement.

best regards,
Simona Cocco and Rémi Monasson


25th May 2018 : Post doc in statistical physics, machine learning and protein sequence analysis




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Subject: [info.statphys] Post doc in statistical physics, machine
learning and protein sequence analysis
Date: Fri, 25 May 2018 09:03:54 +0200
From: cocco@lps.ens.fr
Reply-To: cocco@lps.ens.fr
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr

Dear colleague,

We are looking for a post-doctorant on statistical physics and machine
learning, both on theoretical aspects and on applications to the analysis
of protein and RNA sequence data. The post-doc will be located in the
Department of Physics at the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris, under the
supervision of S. Cocco and R. Monasson. The duration of the position is
of two years.

>From a theoretical point of view, the post-doc will develop machine
learning tools and will apply statistical physics methods and concepts to
better understand how such machines operate and learn from data.
Different unsupervised architectures will be studied and compared,
including Boltzmann Machines, Restricted Boltzmann Machines, and
Autoencoders.

>From an applied point of view, sequence data are accumulating thanks to
massive sequencing technologies. The goal of the post-doctoral project
will be to learn models of protein or RNA families from the corresponding
sequence data, with special emphasis on the understanding of sequence to
function relation, and on the prediction of mutational effect and
mutational paths. The study will in particular concentrate on predicting
mutational effects and mutational paths in the trypsin enzyme.
Theoretical predictions will be compared with high-throughput screening
of mutational effects by the C. Nizak and O. Rivoire at College de
France.

Post-doc candidates are expected to have solid knowledge in statistical
physics, inference methods and data analysis, and both analytical and
computer programming skills. Moreover he/she should have a deep interest
and possibly a previous experience in computational biology and/or
bioinformatics.

Applications should be sent by email to cocco@lps.ens.fr or
monasson@lpt.ens.fr by July 30, 2018.

Please help us distribute this announcement.

best regards,
Simona Cocco and Rémi Monasson




17th May 2018 : Postdoc – theoretical biophysics – MBI Singapore

Dear Friends,
I’ll be happy if you can post the attached postdoc call.
Best
Jacques

See Attachement : Postdoc_position_proposition.pdf


15th May 2018 : PhD – biological physics – Grenoble

Dear All,

We are looking for outstanding candidates in the area of
quantitative/physical/mathematical/computational biology for a PhD
fellowship at the Computational and Mathematical Biology Group at
TIMC-IMAG lab in Grenoble, starting Fall 2018 and working on the
coupling between metabolism and epigenetics.

More information about the job opening can be found in the attached PDF.

Best Regards

Eric Fanchon, Angélique Stéphanou and Daniel Jost

----------------------------------------
Please note the change of email address:
daniel.jost@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
----------------------------------------
Daniel Jost,
CNRS Research Associate,
University Grenoble-Alpes,
TIMC-IMAG lab, BCM team
38706 La Tronche Cedex
tel: +33 4 56 52 00 68
web: http://www-timc.imag.fr/Daniel.Jost
twitter: @djost_physbiol
----------------------------------------

See Attachement : PhDfellowship_SYMER.pdf


15th May 2018 : Postdoc – statistical physics – ICTP (Trieste)

Dear all,

We're looking for outstanding candidates in the areas of statistical
physics and/or quantitative biology for a postdoctoral position at the
Quantitative Life Sciences division in ICTP, starting Fall 2018:

https://www.ictp.it/about-ictp/media-centre/news/2018/5/qls-postdocs-call.aspx

More information about the job opening can be found in the attached PDF.

best regards,

Edgar Roldan

--
Édgar Roldán
ICTP Associate Research Officer
Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP)
34151 Trieste, Italy
www.edgarroldan.com

See Attachement : QLS Postdoctoral call 2018.pdf


11th May 2018 : job opening ICTP in statistical physics

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Date: Fri, 11 May 2018 14:54:29 +0200
From: Edgar Roldan
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr
Subject: [info.statphys] job opening ICTP in statistical physics

Dear all,

We're looking for outstanding candidates in the areas of statistical physics and/or quantitative biology for a postdoctoral position at the Quantitative Life Sciences division in ICTP, starting Fall 2018:

https://www.ictp.it/about-ictp/media-centre/news/2018/5/qls-postdocs-call.aspx

More information about the job opening can be found in the attached PDF.

best regards,

Edgar Roldan 

--
Édgar Roldán
ICTP Associate Research Officer
Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP)
34151 Trieste, Italy
www.edgarroldan.com

See Attachement : QLS Postdoctoral call 2018.pdf


11th May 2018 : PhD fellowship in biological physics

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Date: Fri, 11 May 2018 16:23:09 +0200
From: Daniel Jost
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr
Subject: [info.statphys] PhD fellowship in biological physics

Dear All,

We are looking for outstanding candidates in the area of
quantitative/physical/mathematical/computational biology for a PhD fellowship
at the Computational and Mathematical Biology Group at TIMC-IMAG lab in
Grenoble, starting Fall 2018 and working on the coupling between metabolism and
epigenetics.

More information about the job opening can be found in the attached PDF.

Best Regards

Eric Fanchon, Angélique Stéphanou and Daniel Jost

--
----------------------------------------
Please note the change of email address:
daniel.jost@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
----------------------------------------
Daniel Jost,
CNRS Research Associate,
University Grenoble-Alpes,
TIMC-IMAG lab, BCM team
38706 La Tronche Cedex
tel: +33 4 56 52 00 68
web: http://www-timc.imag.fr/Daniel.Jost
twitter: @djost_physbiol
----------------------------------------

See Attachement : PhDfellowship_SYMER.pdf


11th May 2018 : PhD fellowship in biological physics




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Subject: [info.statphys] PhD fellowship in biological physics
Date: Fri, 11 May 2018 16:23:09 +0200
From: Daniel Jost <daniel.jost@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr>
Reply-To: Daniel Jost <daniel.jost@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr>
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr

Dear All,

We are looking for outstanding candidates in the area of
quantitative/physical/mathematical/computational biology for a PhD
fellowship at the Computational and Mathematical Biology Group at
TIMC-IMAG lab in Grenoble, starting Fall 2018 and working on the
coupling between metabolism and epigenetics.

More information about the job opening can be found in the attached PDF.

Best Regards

Eric Fanchon, Angélique Stéphanou and Daniel Jost

--
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Please note the change of email address:
daniel.jost@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
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Daniel Jost,
CNRS Research Associate,
University Grenoble-Alpes,
TIMC-IMAG lab, BCM team
38706 La Tronche Cedex
tel: +33 4 56 52 00 68
web: http://www-timc.imag.fr/Daniel.Jost
twitter: @djost_physbiol
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See Attachement : PhDfellowship_SYMER.pdf


11th May 2018 : job opening ICTP in statistical physics




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Subject: [info.statphys] job opening ICTP in statistical physics
Date: Fri, 11 May 2018 14:54:29 +0200
From: Edgar Roldan <edgar@ictp.it>
Reply-To: Edgar Roldan <edgar@ictp.it>
To: info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr

Dear all,

We're looking for outstanding candidates in the areas of
statistical physics and/or quantitative biology for a postdoctoral
position at the Quantitative Life Sciences division in ICTP,
starting Fall 2018:

href="https://www.ictp.it/about-ictp/media-centre/news/2018/5/qls-postdocs-call.aspx"
rel="noreferrer" target="_blank" moz-do-not-send="true">https://www.ictp.it/about-ictp/media-centre/news/2018/5/qls-postdocs-call.aspx

More information about the job opening can be found in the
attached PDF.

best regards,

Edgar Roldan 

-- 
Édgar Roldán
ICTP Associate Research Officer
Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP)
34151 Trieste, Italy
www.edgarroldan.com


See Attachement : QLS Postdoctoral call 2018.pdf


11th May 2018 : Open Postdoctoral positions in Theoretical Physics at Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute, Kolkata, INDIA




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Subject: [info.statphys] Open Postdoctoral positions in
Theoretical Physics at Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda
Educational and Research Institute, Kolkata, INDIA
Date: Thu, 10 May 2018 22:08:06 +0530
From: Shamik Gupta (shamikg1@gmail.com via info.statphys
Mailing List) <info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr>
Reply-To: Shamik Gupta <shamikg1@gmail.com>
To: info.statphys@ens-lyon.fr

size="2">Dear Colleagues,

size="2">I would like to bring to your attention the opening
of a few postdoctoral positions in the fields of
statistical physics, nonlinear dynamics, gravitation and
cosmology, and high-energy physics
at the
Department of Physics, Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda
Educational and Research Institute, Belur Math, near
Kolkata, INDIA.

Applicants are expected to have strong research credentials,
and will have the opportunity to engage in independent
research, to collaborate with the young and active faculty
as well as the doctoral fellows of the department and to
take part in occasional teaching activities of the
department. For details on the research being pursued in the
department, please follow our departmental website:
moz-do-not-send="true">http://physics.rkmvu.ac.in/
Inquiries
about the position may be made to Dr Shamik Gupta ( id="eeb-152091"> href="mailto:shamik.gupta@rkmvu.ac.in"
class="gmail-mailto-link" moz-do-not-send="true">shamik.gupta@rkmvu.ac.in)
,
Asst. Professor in Physics.

style="font-size:large;color:rgb(0,0,102)">


The Department of
Physics has been running M.Phil. program in Physics since
2008 and regular M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs in physics since
2012, with our first batch of M. Sc. students graduating
in 2014. The department has an extensive program of
visiting scholars and scientists and has quite a few
renowned teacher-researchers in various fields as Adjunct
Professors and Young Associates. It organizes regular
seminars, conferences and workshops in a broad range of
topics. The department maintains strong research links
with leading national and international research groups.
The department is housed at the Belur campus of the
university, with an ambiance that is not only picturesque
and salubrious just next to the Ganges and the Belur Math,
the Headquarters of the worldwide twin organizations, the
Ramakrishna Math and the Ramakrishna Mission, but also
elevating and peaceful—an ideal environ for academic and
research activity. The campus is well connected by public
transport to the heart of the city of Kolkata (for
example, the campus is about half-hour drive from the
Kolkata airport and places like New Town and Salk Lake).


Eligibility:


The applicant
must have obtained a Ph.D. degree from a recognized
University with preferably one stint of post-doctoral
experience at any reputed University/Institute in India or
abroad.


Terms and
conditions of the appointment


The initial
appointment of postdoctoral fellows will be for one year,
renewable for one more year subject to satisfactory
performance. We envisage a target starting date of 1
September 2018, but this is flexible.


The starting
fellowship is 50,000 INR per month (consolidated). In
addition, the fellows will be offered a research grant of
1 lac INR per annum for attending international
conferences and making collaborative research visits.


Application
procedure


Application in
English must be submitted electronically by sending an
email to href="mailto:rkmveri@gmail.com"
class="gmail-mailto-link" moz-do-not-send="true">rkmveri@gmail.com
,
with a copy to href="mailto:debashis@rkmvu.ac.in"
class="gmail-mailto-link" moz-do-not-send="true">debashis@rkmvu.ac.in

and href="mailto:shamik.gupta@rkmvu.ac.in"
class="gmail-mailto-link" moz-do-not-send="true">shamik.gupta@rkmvu.ac.in
.
The application must include the following:


  • Complete curriculum vita
  • Complete list of publications
  • Research plan – description of current
    and future research plans
  • Full contact information (name, address,
    telephone & email) of two professional referees who
    may be contacted for letters of reference (At the stage
    of applying for the position, please do not ask your
    references to send us any letter. On being short-listed,
    we will directly contact your referees for letters of
    reference.)
  • Preferences may be given to applicants
    applying for their second postdoctoral stint.


The deadline for
application is 31st July, 2018.

Best regards, Shamik

--

Shamik Gupta

size="4" color="#20124d"> href="https://sites.google.com/site/shamikguptaphysics/"
target="_blank" moz-do-not-send="true">https://sites.google.com/site/shamikguptaphysics/



10th May 2018 : Postdoctoral positions in Theoretical Physics at Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute, Kolkata, INDIA

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Date: Thu, 10 May 2018 22:08:06 +0530
From: Shamik Gupta
Reply-To: Shamik Gupta
To: info.statphys@ens-lyon.fr
Subject: [info.statphys] Open Postdoctoral positions in Theoretical Physics at
Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute, Kolkata,
INDIA

Dear Colleagues,

I would like to bring to your attention the opening of a few postdoctoral positions in the fields of statistical physics, nonlinear dynamics,
gravitation and cosmology, and high-energy physics at the Department of Physics, Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research
Institute, Belur Math, near Kolkata, INDIA.

Applicants are expected to have strong research credentials, and will have the opportunity to engage in independent research, to collaborate
with the young and active faculty as well as the doctoral fellows of the department and to take part in occasional teaching activities of the
department. For details on the research being pursued in the department, please follow our departmental website: http://physics.rkmvu.ac.in/
Inquiries about the position may be made to Dr Shamik Gupta (shamik.gupta@rkmvu.ac.in), Asst. Professor in Physics.

The Department of Physics has been running M.Phil. program in Physics since 2008 and regular M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs in physics since 2012,
with our first batch of M. Sc. students graduating in 2014. The department has an extensive program of visiting scholars and scientists and
has quite a few renowned teacher-researchers in various fields as Adjunct Professors and Young Associates. It organizes regular seminars,
conferences and workshops in a broad range of topics. The department maintains strong research links with leading national and international
research groups. The department is housed at the Belur campus of the university, with an ambiance that is not only picturesque and salubrious
just next to the Ganges and the Belur Math, the Headquarters of the worldwide twin organizations, the Ramakrishna Math and the Ramakrishna
Mission, but also elevating and peaceful—an ideal environ for academic and research activity. The campus is well connected by public transport
to the heart of the city of Kolkata (for example, the campus is about half-hour drive from the Kolkata airport and places like New Town and
Salk Lake).

Eligibility:

The applicant must have obtained a Ph.D. degree from a recognized University with preferably one stint of post-doctoral experience at any
reputed University/Institute in India or abroad.

Terms and conditions of the appointment

The initial appointment of postdoctoral fellows will be for one year, renewable for one more year subject to satisfactory performance. We
envisage a target starting date of 1 September 2018, but this is flexible.

The starting fellowship is 50,000 INR per month (consolidated). In addition, the fellows will be offered a research grant of 1 lac INR per
annum for attending international conferences and making collaborative research visits.

Application procedure

Application in English must be submitted electronically by sending an email to rkmveri@gmail.com, with a copy to debashis@rkmvu.ac.in and
shamik.gupta@rkmvu.ac.in. The application must include the following:

* Complete curriculum vita
* Complete list of publications
* Research plan – description of current and future research plans
* Full contact information (name, address, telephone & email) of two professional referees who may be contacted for letters of reference (At
the stage of applying for the position, please do not ask your references to send us any letter. On being short-listed, we will directly
contact your referees for letters of reference.)
* Preferences may be given to applicants applying for their second postdoctoral stint.

The deadline for application is 31st July, 2018.

Best regards, Shamik

--

Shamik Gupta
https://sites.google.com/site/shamikguptaphysics/


17th April 2018 : Post Doc – disordered media & intracellular transport – Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Dear Colleagues,

A postoc position is available in my group at Bar-Ilan University, Israel.
I am looking for candidates with background in statistical physics/soft
matter/applied math to work on problems of transport in disordered media
and models of intracellular transport.
The position is for a period of two years with possible extension.

For further information, interested candidates should contact Stas Burov
: stasbur@gmail.com

Best Regards,
Stas Burov
Physics Department
Bar Ilan Universty
Israel


16th April 2018 : postdoctoral position in Theoretical Biophysics (Montpellier, France)

Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2018 18:56:03 +0200
From: John Palmeri
To: John Palmeri
Subject: postdoctoral position in Theoretical Biophysics (Montpellier, France)

Dear Colleagues,

I was wondering if you could please circulate among possible candidates the
attached announcement for a postdoctoral position in Theoretical Biophysics
(Montpellier, France).

Sincerely,
John Palmeri

Laboratoire Charles Coulomb UMR 5221 CNRS-UM
Département Physique Théorique
Université Montpellier - CC070
Place Eugène Bataillon
F-34095 Montpellier Cedex 5 France
------
Bat. 13, 3eme étage, bureau 56.0
Tel : +33 (0)4.67.14.45.64
john.palmeri@umontpellier.fr

http://www.coulomb.univ-montp2.fr

See Attachement : postdoc _GEM_2018_L2C.pdf


16th April 2018 : Postdoc – Theoretical Biophysics – Montpellier, France

Dear Colleagues,

I was wondering if you could please circulate among possible candidates
the attached announcement for a postdoctoral position in Theoretical
Biophysics (Montpellier, France).

Sincerely,
John Palmeri

See Attachement : postdoc _GEM_2018_L2C.pdf


15th April 2018 : Postdoc – theoretical biophysics – UCL

Dear colleagues,

I have a postdoctoral job opening in my group at UCL on
Theoretical/Computational Biophysics. Could you please bring this to the
attention of your group members or others who might be interested? I am
looking to fill this position immediately.

Thanks!

Application link:
https://www.nature.com/naturejobs/science/jobs/639707-postdoctoral-research-associate-in-theoretical-computational-biophysics

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


10th April 2018 : Post-doctoral position at the University of Amsterdam




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Subject: Post-doctoral position at the University of Amsterdam
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2018 08:50:28 +0200
From: Jasper van Wezel <J.vanWezel@uva.nl>

style="font-size:12.800000190734863px;font-family:HelveticaNeue">Dear
colleagues,

We would like to
advertise one postdoctoral position at
the Institute of Physics of the University of Amsterdam,
the Netherlands.

The successful
candidate will join an interdisciplinary scientific
environment, in the groups of  href="http://coulaislab.com/" target="_blank"
moz-do-not-send="true">Corentin Coulais and  href="https://www.jvanwezel.com/" target="_blank"
moz-do-not-send="true">Jasper van Wezel, with
the aim of investigating the physics of topological
active metamaterials, both experimentally and
theoretically
.

We seek an
exceptional candidate with a background in physics,
applied mathematics, engineering or related field, and
with a strong taste for combining experimental,
computational and theoretical approaches.  style="font-size:12.800000190734863px;line-height:13.696000099182129px">The
following areas of expertise are particularly
welcome. On the experimental and numerical sides:
rapid prototyping, mechanical testing,
control/automation/robotics, image processing, data
mining and computer programming (Python, Matlab, or
equivalent). And as theoretical background:
condensed matter theory, topological phases of
matter, nonlinear physics and mechanics.  style="font-size:12.800000190734863px">Recently
graduated Ph.D. candidates and graduate students in
their last year of studies are especially welcomed
to apply.

The review of
applications has already started and will continue
until the position is filled.  style="font-size:12.800000190734863px">Interested
candidates should contact  href="mailto:coulais@uva.nl"
style="font-size:12.800000190734863px"
target="_blank" moz-do-not-send="true">Corentin
Coulais style="font-size:12.800000190734863px"> and/or  href="mailto:J.vanWezel@uva.nl"
style="font-size:12.800000190734863px"
target="_blank" moz-do-not-send="true">Jasper van
Wezel style="font-size:12.800000190734863px"> by email.

Kind regards,

Corentin Coulais
and Jasper van Wezel




6th April 2018 : Postdoc – statistical biophysics – ENS Paris

Dear Colleagues,

We would be grateful if you could help us share this announcement with
potentially interested candidates.

thank you,

Simona, Rémi, Thierry and Aleksandra

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

We are looking for a post doctoral researcher to model the interactions
between the immune
system and neoantigens — mutated sequences in cancer cells.

The post doc will be working in the Physics Departement at the Ecole
Normale Superieure-Paris, under the supervision of S. Cocco (LPS-ENS), T.
Mora (LPS-ENS), R. Monasson (LPT-ENS) and A. Walczak (LPT-ENS), and will
be funded by a Stand Up To Cancer grant, in collaboration with B.
Greenbaum (Tisch Cancer Institute, Mount Sinai, New York) and Vinod
Balachandran (Memorial Sloan-Kettering).

The aim of the study will be to investigate the ability of the immune
system to keep under control the evolution of cancers, depending on the
patient antibody repertoire developed in response to previously
encountered infections.

Post-doc candidates are expected to have solid experience in  statistical
physics, inference methods and data analysis, and both analytical and
computer programming skills. Moreover he/she should have a deep interest
and possibly a previous experience in biology.  His/her work will be fully
interdisciplinary, including both elaboration of models and inference
methods, sequence-data analysis and experimental data analysis in direct
interaction with experimentalists.

If you are interested please us send a CV and a short email motivating
your interest in the position by May 15th 2018.

List of related publications:

-A neoantigen fitness model predicts tumour response to checkpoint
blockade immunotherapy.
Marta Łuksza,  Nadeem Riaz, Vladimir Makarov, Benjamin Greenbaum
Nature 551(7681)  November 2017.

- High-throughput immune repertoire analysis with IGoR.
Q. Marcou, T. Mora*, A. M. Walczak*
Nature Communications 9 561 (2018)

- Method for identification of condition-associated public antigen
receptor sequences.
M. V. Pogorelyy, A. A. Minervina, D. M. Chudakov, I. Z. Mamedov, Y. B.
Lebedev*, T. Mora*, A. M. Walczak*
eLife, (2018)

- Contribution of systemic and somatic factors to clinical response and
resistance to PD-L1 blockade in urothelial cancer: An exploratory
multi-omic analysis.
A. Snyder et al. PLoS Med 14(5): e1002309  (2017)

-A Quantitative Theory of Entropic Forces Acting on Constrained Nucleotide
Sequences Applied to Viruses.
Benjamin D. Greenbaum, Simona Cocco, Arnold J. Levine, Rémi Monasson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Apr 2014, 111 (13)
5054-5059.

-Distinguishing the Immunostimulatory Properties of Non-coding RNAs
Expressed in Cancer Cells.
A. Tanne, L. Muniz, A. Puzio-Kuter, K. Leonova, A. Gudkov, D. Ting, R.
Monasson, S. Cocco, A. Levine, N. Bhardwaj, B. Greenbaum. Proc. Natl.
Acad. Sci. USA 112, 15154-15159 (2015).

-Sequence-Specific Sensing of Nucleic Acids.
Nicolas Vabret, Nina Bhardwaj, Benjamin D. Greenbaum
Trends in Immunology Volume 38, Issue 1, p53–65, January 2017


21st March 2018 : Postdoc – Biophysics – University College London

Dear Colleagues,

One postdoc position is available in my group at UCL, London. I am
looking for candidates with a strong background in quantitative
modelling and knowledge of soft matter and/or statistical physics to
work on problems at the interface of physics and microbiology.

Applicants should have (or be about to receive) a PhD in Physics,
Biophysics, Applied Mathematics or related area in theoretical/applied
sciences.  The position is for a period of two years in the first instance.

If you know someone who might be interested, please put them in touch
[Email: shiladitya.banerjee@ucl.ac.uk
].

More information is available here:
https://www.nature.com/naturejobs/science/jobs/639707-postdoctoral-research-associate

------------------------------------------------------------
Dr. Shiladitya Banerjee
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Institute for the Physics of Living Systems
University College London
London WC1E 6BT, UK
Phone: (+44) 020 7679 7209
http://shiladitya-banerjee.com
-------------------------------------------------------------


20th March 2018 : Postdoc – theoretical/computational soft and living matter – Syracuse U.

The Physics department at Syracuse University is soliciting applications
for a postdoctoral researcher who will conduct research under the
supervision of Prof. M. Lisa Manning on theoretical and/or computational
studies of soft matter and biological physics. There is flexibility in
the precise research topic; possibilities include the mechanical
properties of biological tissues, active matter, and amorphous or
granular materials.

The successful candidate will have opportunities to interact with
faculty, postdocs and students in the thriving Soft and Living Matter
group at Syracuse University. http://soft-living-matter.syr.edu/
. The appointment will be begin the
Fall of 2018.  Applicants should have a PhD in Physics, Biophysics,
Engineering, or a related field, and demonstrated experience in
theoretical or computational soft matter or biophysics.  To apply,
candidates should submit their application materials, including a Cover
letter, CV, research statement, and emails of three references using the
following website: https://www.sujobopps.com/postings/73533
. Applications will be
considered immediately and on a rolling basis until the position is
filled. Syracuse University is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action
institution. Women and under-represented minorities are encouraged to apply.

Please feel free to contact Lisa directly with any questions.

___________________

*M. Lisa Manning* | Associate Professor

Department of Physics
Physics Bldg 229G
Syracuse, New York 13244

*t* 315.443.3920 *e* mmanning@syr.edu *w*
mmanning.expressions.syr.edu


6th March 2018 : Postdoc position on mechanics of soft amorphous solids at Georgetown University

Dear All

There is an opening for a post-doc to work on modeling and simulations
of soft amorphous solids in my group, with a focus on linear and
non-linear mechanics. Ideally the candidate will have experience in some
of the following areas: statistical physics, computational methods,
rheology and mechanics of amorphous solids.

The project will involve particle based simulations and spatially
resolved microscopic analysis of deformation and flow. Our main goal is
to develop novel fundamental understanding to predict and optimize
mechanical properties, but we will also be working with experimental and
modeling teams to connect our findings to properties of industrially
relevant soft solids.

Interested candidate should send me their CV, list of publications, and
a short (1-2 page) summary of their research accomplishments and
research interests.

Best regards,

Emanuela Del Gado
Provost’s Distinguished Associate Professor
Department of Physics
Institute for Soft Matter Synthesis and Metrology
Georgetown University
Washington DC


2nd March 2018 : Postdoc position – Computational Physics – University of Vienna

University Assistant (postdoc) position in the Computational Physics
Group, University of Vienna.

The Computational Physics Group at the Faculty of Physics of the
University of Vienna, Austria, invites applications for a postdoc
position (6 years) in the group of Prof. Christoph Dellago. The
Computational Physics Group develops and uses modern computer simulation
techniques combined with analytical theory to study a broad range of
condensed matter systems with an emphasis on the statistical mechanics
of equilibrium and non-equilibrium processes.

The successful candidate is expected to participate in the research
projects of the Dellago Group currently focusing on the investigation of
phase transitions, self-assembly, nanoparticles, machine learning and
non-equilibrium fluctuations. She or he will also contribute to the
teaching of the group and take part in other group activities such as
the organization of meetings and public outreach.

Applications including a letter of motiviation, a CV with publication
list, a brief outline of research interests and the names and addresses
of three references should be submitted via the Job Center to the
University of Vienna (http://jobcenter.univie.ac.at) no later than 31
March 2018, mentioning reference number 8448.

The official announcement of the University of Vienna can be found at:

https://univis.univie.ac.at/ausschreibungstellensuche/flow/bew_ausschreibung-flow?_flowExecutionKey=_cFEC9715A-4276-B051-71A8-20001FDACC7C_kB2AB9FB0-E137-A934-1359-41A7F7C8AF7A&tid=66797.28

For further information contact Prof. Christoph Dellago
(Christoph.Dellago@univie.ac.at)

--
Prof. Christoph Dellago
Faculty of Physics
Director of the Erwin Schrödinger Institute for Mathematics and Physics
University of Vienna
Sensengasse 8, 1090 Wien, Austria
Tel: +43-1-4277 51260
Christoph.Dellago@univie.ac.at
http://comp-phys.univie.ac.at/Dellago


27th February 2018 : PhD and Postdoc position in condensed matter theory




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Subject: PhD and Postdoc position in condensed matter theory
Date: Fri, 23 Feb 2018 16:52:05 +0100
From: Achim Rosch <rosch@thp.uni-koeln.de>
Organization: ITP Univ Cologne
To: rosch@thp.uni-koeln.de

Dear colleagues,

Within my group in Cologne, Germany, there will be open
positions  both for a postdoctoral

and a PhD position in condensed matter theory (see below)
starting

in mid 2018 (or later). I would appreciate if you could bring
this to

the attention of possible candidates.

Best regards

   Achim Rosch

PhD and postdoc position at the Institute for Theoretical
Physics in Cologne

We seek applications both for a postdoctoral and a PhD position
in

Condensed Matter Theory.

Both positions will be part of the group of Achim Rosch. The
group works on a

wide range of topics including correlated and topological
quantum systems,

magnetic skyrmions, driven systems far from equilibrium,  Dirac
matter and

transport, and ultracold atom systems. We aim at the discovery
of new

phenomena, often in collaboration with experimental groups.

Please contact me by email for further information. Screening of
possible

candidates will start immediately.

For applications please submit your convincing application
(including transcript

of records for PhD candidates) to class="moz-txt-link-abbreviated"
href="mailto:rosch@thp.uni-koeln.de" moz-do-not-send="true">rosch@thp.uni-koeln.de
not later than March 15th, 2018.

(An official announcement will soon be posted on our webpages).

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

Achim Rosch

Institute for Theoretical Physics

University of Cologne

href="http://www.thp.uni-koeln.de/rosch"
moz-do-not-send="true">www.thp.uni-koeln.de/rosch

href="mailto:rosch@thp.uni-koeln.de" moz-do-not-send="true">rosch@thp.uni-koeln.de

Tel. +49 221 470 4994



21st February 2018 : Postdoc & PhD – Non-Equilibrium Statistical Physics – University of Goettingen

Dear colleagues,

I will have several openings for *PhD students* and *postdocs* at the
Institute for Theoretical Physics at the University of Göttingen from
May 2018. Projects will be in the area of *non-equilibrium statistical
physics* including rheology of soft and active matter, aging in jammed
and glassy materials, non-equilibrium dynamics on networks, dynamics
driven by non-Gaussian noise, and non-equilibrium fluctuations and path
ensembles.

All applications received by *1 April 2018* will be given full
consideration. Later applications will be considered as long as
positions remain.

For full details and application procedure please see
PhD positions: http://goo.gl/T77YnN
Postdoc positions: http://goo.gl/H2ZLwy

I would be grateful if you could bring these opportunities to the
attention of any suitable candidates.

Many thanks,
Peter Sollich


21st February 2018 : Postdoc – active fluids – Leiden University

Dear colleagues,

One post-doc position is available in my group at Leiden University for
a research project on active fluids, with special emphasis on deformable
structures and applications to synthetic biology. In addition, the
successful candidates will have the opportunity to collaborate with
excellent experimental groups at Leiden University.

Applicants should have (or be about to receive) a PhD in theoretical
physics, applied mathematics or related areas and must have a strong
background in computational fluid dynamics.

Applicants are invited to submit their resume and a list of references
to Luca Giomi [giomi@lorentz.leidenuniv.nl].

--
================================================
Luca Giomi
Assistant Professor
Instituut-Lorentz for Theoretical Physics
Universiteit Leiden
P.O. Box 9506,
2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands
Email: giomi@lorentz.leidenuniv.nl
www: http://wwwhome.lorentz.leidenuniv.nl/~giomi
================================================


15th February 2018 : post-doc opening (immediate) phd openings in theory, Delft




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Subject: post-doc opening (immediate) phd openings in theory,
Delft
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2018 16:47:28 +0100 (CET)
From: Yuli Nazarov <y.v.nazarov@tudelft.nl>
To: A.Bouzdine@cpmoh.u-bordeaux1.fr,
A.R.Akhmerov@tudelft.nl, Alex.Zunger@colorado.edu,
Andre-Marie.Tremblay@USherbrooke.ca,
Andre.K.Geim@manchester.ac.uk,
Andrew.Armour@nottingham.ac.uk, Arne.Brataas@ntnu.no,
Arno.Kampf@physik.uni-augsburg.de,
Asle.Sudbo@phys.ntnu.no, C.J.M.Schoutens@uva.nl,
C.Lambert@lancaster.ac.uk, C.deMorais@phys.uu.nl,
C.deMoraisSmith@uu.nl, Catherine.pepin@cea.fr,
Claude.Bourbonnais@USherbrooke.ca,
David.Carpentier@ens-lyon.fr,
Dietmar.Weinmann@ipcms.u-strasbg.fr,
Dimitry.Polyakov@int.fzk.de, Dirk.VanDerMarel@unige.ch,
Dmitri.Averin@stonybrook.edu, Dmitri_Feldman@brown.edu,
Duxbury@pa.msu.edu, Ehud.Altman@weizmann.ac.il,
Eugene.Sukhorukov@unige.ch,
Fabio.Pistolesi@u-bordeaux1.fr,
Florian.Marquardt@physik.uni-erlangen.de,
Frank.Hekking@grenoble.cnrs.fr, Frederic.Mila@epfl.ch,
G.Zwicknagl@tu-bs.de, Gert.Ingold@physik.uni-augsburg.de,
Gregory.Falkovich@weizmann.ac.il,
Hanggi@physik.uni-augsburg.de, I.V.Lerner@bham.ac.uk,
John_Marston@brown.edu, Keith.Benedict@nottingham.ac.uk,
Konstantin.Novoselov@manchester.ac.uk,
Leonid.Ponomarenko@manchester.ac.uk, lutchyn@gmail.com,
M.Blaauboer@tudelft.nl, M.Katsnelson@science.ru.nl,
M.Titov@hw.ac.uk, Mark.Vanschilfgaarde@asu.edu,
Markus.Kindermann@physics.gatech.edu,
Matthias.Eschrig@rhul.ac.uk, Mikhail.Baranov@uibk.ac.at,
N.E.Hussey@bristol.ac.uk, N.d-Ambrumenil@warwick.ac.uk,
Natter@thp.uni-koeln.de, O.Gunnarsson@fkf.mpg.de,
Robert.Shekhter@physics.gu.se, Rolando.Saniz@ua.ac.be,
Schulthess@cscs.ch, Shklovsk@physics.umn.edu,
Stephen.Lovesey@stfc.ac.uk, T.M.Klapwijk@tudelft.nl,
Talat@physics.ucf.edu, ttheikki@jyu.fi,
Thierry.Giamarchi@unige.ch, V.Perebeinos@skoltech.ru,
Victor.Gurarie@colorado.edu, W.Metzner@fkf.mpg.de,
Y.M.Blanter@tudelft.nl, Y.V.Nazarov@tudelft.nl,
Yves.Joly@grenoble.cnrs.fr,
a.bouzdine@loma.u-bordeaux1.fr, a.l.yeyati@uam.es,
a.shluger@ucl.ac.uk, aandreev@u.washington.edu,
aandreev@uw.edu, aandreev@washington.edu,
abanov@physics.tamu.edu, abanov@tamu.edu,
abrahams@physics.ucla.edu, abu@pks.mpg.de,
achubuko@umn.edu, adeline.crepieux@cpt.univ-mrs.fr,
adiel.stern@weizmann.ac.il, adklironomos@gmail.com,
aharony@post.tau.ac.il, ajs@th.ph.bham.ac.uk,
aleggett@illinois.edu, aleiner@phys.columbia.edu,
alessandro.devita@googlemail.com, alex.kruchkov@epfl.ch,
alex.teoretik@gmail.com, alexal@thp.uni-koeln.de,
alexander.finkelstein@weizmann.ac.il,
alexander.shnirman@kit.edu,
alexandre.abanov@stonybrook.edu,
alexandre.abanov@sunysb.edu, aliceaj@caltech.edu,
alichten@physnet.uni-hamburg.de, aml@pks.mpg.de,
amoreo@utk.edu, andrea@physics.ucsb.edu,
andreas.isacsson@chalmers.se, angel.rubio@ehu.es,
anikov@mail.ubc.ca, anna.minguzzi@grenoble.cnrs.fr,
antoine.georges@cpht.polytechnique.fr,
antti-pekka.jauho@nanotech.dtu.dk, arb@lanl.gov,
art@freeman.phys.northwestern.edu,
artem.oganov@stonybrook.edu, arunp@physics.utoronto.ca,
ashvinv@socrates.berkeley.edu,
assa@physics.technion.ac.il,
assaad@physik.uni-wuerzburg.de, avb@lanl.gov,
avb@nordita.org, balents@kitp.ucsb.edu,
balents@physics.ucsb.edu, balseiro@cab.cnea.gov.ar,
bansil@neu.edu, baranger@phy.duke.edu, bds10@cam.ac.uk,
bedell@bc.edu, beenakker@lorentz.leidenuniv.nl,
bektur_murzaliev@mail.ru, belenv@icmm.csic.es,
belitz@direct1.campuspress.com, beloborodov@csun.edu,
berciu@physics.ubc.ca, berkov@mail.biu.ac.il,
berlinsk@mcmaster.ca, bernevig@princeton.edu,
birge@pa.msu.edu, bjanko@nd.edu, bla@phys.columbia.edu,
blatterj@itp.phys.ethz.ch, bolech@rice.edu, bom@ictp.it,
bonestee@magnet.fsu.edu, brazov@lptms.u-psud.fr,
brey@icmm.csic.es, brouwer@physik.fu-berlin.de,
bruungmb@phys.au.dk, budakian@mrl.uiuc.edu,
buechler@theo3.physik.uni-stuttgart.de,
bulbul@brandeis.edu, bulla@thp.uni-koeln.de,
burtons@microsoft.com, carbotte@mcmaster.ca,
carlo.dicastro@roma1.infn.it,
carlos.sademelo@physics.gatech.edu,
carusott@science.unitn.it, catherine.pepin@cea.fr,
cdb@lanl.gov, chaikin@nyu.edu, chalker@thphys.ox.ac.uk,
chamon@bu.edu, chandra.varma@ucr.edu,
charles.clark@nist.gov, christoph.bruder@unibas.ch,
christophe.texier@lptms.u-psud.fr

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 a post-doc opening to be filled immediately and 1-2 phd openings to be filled in summer-authumn 2018.
Please find the details at the URL:

http://yuli.weblog.tudelft.nl/2018/02/14/post-doc-opening-phd-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



8th February 2018 : Postdoc – Theoretical/Computational Biophysics – UCSA

Dear colleagues,

I am looking for postdoctoral researchers to work on developing new
statistical mechanics approaches to understand non-equilibrium processes
in the adaptive immune system at UCLA. This project has both analytical
and numerical components. The attached flyer contains additional
information.

The starting date is flexible.

I would be grateful if you could help me circulate this message and the
flyer.

Thanks,
Shenshen

See Attachement : biophysics postdoc position - SW - 2018.pdf


LPTMS Postdoc: Postdoctoral Position in Statistical Physics at LPTMS (University Paris-Sud-Orsay) and at LPT-ENS (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris).

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral fellowship in statistical physics, disordered systems, random matrices, non-equilibrium quantum or classical physics.

This fellowship is for two years. Starting date is flexible and could be anytime between January 2019 and October 2019. The selected candidate is expected to spend one year at the Laboratoire de Physique Théorique et Modèles Statistiques (LPTMS-Orsay), and one year at the Laboratoire de Physique Théorique (LPTENS).

This fellowship is funded by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche and is associated to a project entitled "Random matrices meet trapped fermions", a collaboration involving S. N. Majumdar, G. Schehr (LPTMS-Orsay), D. S. Dean (LOMA-Bordeaux) and P. Le Doussal (LPTENS), in which the selected candidate will participate. The main subject of interest is the statics and non-equilibrium dynamics of cold fermions in traps for which we aim to develop new theoretical tools and explore connections to other problems such as random matrix theory, growth processes, extreme value statistics, interacting Brownian walkers, integrable and disordered systems. Emphasis is given in comparison between analytical methods, numerical methods, and experiments and the candidate will have the opportunity to develop each of these facets.

The candidate will benefit from the very stimulating research environment of the Physics Department at ENS, and of the LPTMS-Orsay.

Applications including a CV, a list of publications, a description of past research, a statement on future research interests, should be sent to Grégory Schehr by email at the address gregory.schehr@lptms.u-psud.fr. Applicants should also arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent to the same address. The deadline for the applications is November 30, 2018.

For more information contact either
Grégory Schehr (gregory.schehr@lptms.u-psud.fr.),
Satya N. Majumdar (satya.majumdar@u-psud.fr),
David S. Dean (dean@u-bordeaux.fr),
Pierre Le Doussal (ledou@lpt.ens.fr).

pdf


8th February 2018 : Postdoc – Machine learning and batteries – U. of Cambridge

Postdoctoral research associate: Machine learning and the physics of
battery degradation

We invite applications for a Postdoctoral Research Associate position in
the Department of Physics, University of Cambridge with Dr Alpha Lee's
research group. The position is funded for up to 36 months by the EPSRC
and this position can be taken up from 12th March 2018. This project is
a part of the Faraday Challenge fast start project on battery
degradation (a large consortium led by Professor Clare Grey between
Cambridge, Glasgow, UCL, Imperial, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle,
Southampton and Warwick with 25 investigators).

Dr Alpha Lee's group (www.alpha-lee.com ) aims
to design 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.

The post holder will elucidate physical mechanisms of battery
degradation by using machine learning algorithms to analyze large
experimental datasets. Those data include current-voltage-time
measurements, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy and other
characterization techniques. Those datasets will be bespoke generated as
part of the consortium. The project aims to arriving at a new paradigm
for improving battery performance.

To apply online for this vacancy and to view further information about
the role, please visit: http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/16206.


7th February 2018 : postdoctoral fellowships




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Subject: postdoctoral fellowships
Date: Mon, 5 Feb 2018 13:13:22 +0100
From: Tom Claeys <tom.claeys@uclouvain.be>
To: Tom Claeys <tom.claeys@uclouvain.be>


Dear colleague,


The Institut de Recherche en Mathématique et
Physique of the Université catholique de Louvain (Belgium) is
looking for applicants to postdoctoral openings in random matrix
theory, statistical mechanics and integrable systems.

Further information about the fellowships,
conditions of employment and application procedures is available
on the website


href="https://uclouvain.be/fr/instituts-recherche/irmp/gpp/ouverture-de-postes-ti.html"
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The review of the applications will begin on March
1, 2018. Applications sent later than this date will be
considered until the positions are filled.

We would be grateful
if you could forward this communication to potential candidates.



Yours sincerely,

Tom Claeys, Christian Hagendorf,
Philippe Ruelle



6th February 2018 : stat mech / soft matter postdoc vacancies in Cambridge

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Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 09:42:28 +0000
From: Mike Cates
To: "info.statphys@listes.ens-lyon.fr"
Subject: [info.statphys] Fwd: Several stat mech / soft matter postdoc vacancies
in Cambridge

We are currently seeking several Postdoctoral Research Associates in the Soft
Matter Group in Cambridge's Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical
Physics (DAMTP). Details are here:

http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/16528/

If you know any strong candidates, please encourage them to apply -- or if you
are one, please do so yourself!

Best wishes

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


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Subject: [info.statphys] Fwd: Several stat mech / soft matter
postdoc vacancies in Cambridge
Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 09:42:28 +0000
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>

We are currently seeking several Postdoctoral Research Associates in the 
Soft Matter Group in Cambridge's Department of Applied Mathematics and
Theoretical Physics (DAMTP). Details are here:

http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/16528/

If you know any strong candidates, please encourage them to apply -- or
if you are one, please do so yourself!

Best wishes

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



6th February 2018 : Postdocs – Soft matter / stat mech – Cambridge

We are currently seeking several Postdoctoral Research Associates in the
Soft Matter Group in Cambridge's Department of Applied Mathematics and
Theoretical Physics (DAMTP). Details are here:

http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/16528/

If you know any strong candidates, please encourage them to apply -- or
if you are one, please do so yourself!

Best wishes

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


2nd February 2018 : Post-doc – computational biomechanics – Collège de France

Dear colleagues,

I am seeking to recruit a postdoctoral researcher in computational
biomechanics to design a new simulation framework for multicellular
mechanics in 3D.
The simulations may be used to study several concrete morphogenetic
questions in early embryos thanks to established collaborations with
biology groups.

The position is funded for up to 36 months and described here:
https://www.virtual-embryo.com/news/2018/1/30/post-doc-position-available-in-computational-biomechanics

Don’t hesitate to spread the announcement to colleagues & students.

---
Hervé Turlier, PhD
Team Multiscale Physics of Morphogenesis,
Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Biology
Collège de France
herve.turlier@college-de-france.fr
Tel: +33 (0)144271410
www.virtual-embryo.com


2nd February 2018 : Group leader position in Marseille

Call for a ‘group leader’ project:
In Marseille, the Turing Centre for living systems brings together
physics, biology, mathematics, computer science and engineering
instituts working on the complexity and dynamics in living systems.

Centuri wants to recruit future ‘group leaders’ and launches a call for
applications.

Centuri and associate institutes will provide labs, and substantial
funding .
Please find attached the announcement.

The new Department of ‘Physics and Engineering for living systems’ at
CINAM is part of Centuri and would like to attract new researchers to
strengthen the Department. It has fully renovated labs available from
September 2018 to welcome a new team.

Thank you for disseminating this information widely around you and
telling people who may be interested to contact Centuri and if
interested interested in starting a project in collaboration with CINAM
to also contact Annie Viallat (viallat@cinam.univ-mrs.fr).

Best wishes
Annie

See Attachement : CENTURI-Call-2018-.pdf


2nd February 2018 : Post-doc @ Georgetown

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Date: Thu, 1 Feb 2018 16:55:14 -0800
From: Emanuela Del Gado
To: Emanuela Del Gado
Subject: Post-doc opening in my group

Dear Colleague,

I have a post-doc opening in my group to work on modeling and simulations of soft amorphous solids (structure and non-linear rheology). I
would be grateful if you could forward the information to possible interested candidate. 

Best regards,

Emanuela Del Gado
Provost’s Distinguished Associate Professor
Department of Physics
Institute for Soft Matter Synthesis and Metrology
Georgetown University
Washington DC


24th January 2018 : Postdoc – theory and modelling of soft materials – ULB, Belgium

Dear colleagues,

please find below details regarding a postdoctoral position in theory
and modelling of soft materials available at the Université Libre de
Bruxelles, Belgium.

Kind regards

Bortolo M. Mognetti

*Job Summary*

Non-covalent lock-and-key mechanisms are nowadays used as vectors to
mediate supramolecular interactions in applications ranging from
programmable self-assembly to the design of selective probes.

The project aims at developing new simulation strategies capable of
modeling the emergent properties of these materials. In particular, we
will consider polymers functionalized by clicks forming reversible
linkages and will study their self-assembly properties at the single and
multi-chain level.

**

*Job Description:*

A two-year postdoctoral position in *theory and modeling of soft
materials* is available starting from April 2018 at the Physics of
Complex Systems and Statistical Mechanics laboratory, /Université Libre
de Bruxelles/, Brussels (/http://complex.ulb.ac.be/
) working in collaboration with Dr. B. M.
Mognetti.

The ideal candidate will have knowledge in soft and biological matter
and experience in numerical simulations. She/he will also be fluent in
spoken and written English. Enquiries and applications, including two
letters of references, should be submitted to bmognett@ulb.ac.be
.

We are looking for a 'researcher in international mobility' who have
held a Ph.D. degree for a maximum period of six years. She/he must not
have lived in Belgium for more than 24 months in the last three years.


19th January 2018 : Turing Centre for Living Systems – PI Call

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Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2018 16:16:44 +0100
From: Thomas T L. Lecuit Reply-To: info@centuri-livingsystems.org
To: Lecuit Thomas Subject: Turing Centre for Living Systems - PI Call

Dear colleague,
Could you please bring to the attention of outstanding candidates the attached announcement for researchers to be recruited at the Turing Centre for Living Systems this year.
We plan to recruit physicists, computer scientists and/or mathematicians to work on biological questions. The Turing Centre is an interdisciplinary and collaborative environment located mainly in the Luminy campus of Aix-Marseille University.

Thank you very much.
And best wishes for the New Year
Thomas Lecuit

_________________________
Thomas LECUIT
Professor, Collège de France
Chair: Dynamics of living systems

Director, Turing Centre for Living Systems (CenTuri)

Group leader: Tissue architecture and plasticity
IBDM, CNRS & Aix-Marseille Univ.
Campus de Luminy, case 907
13009 Marseille, France
_________________________
Mobile: +33 (0)6 47 57 31 60
Fax: +33 (0)4 91 82 06 82
Email: thomas.lecuit@univ-amu.fr

http://www.ibdm.univ-mrs.fr/equipe/cell-polarity-and-tissue-morphogenesis/
http://centuri-livingsystems.org
http://www.college-de-france.fr/site/thomas-lecuit/index.htm
_________________________


19th January 2018 : PhD & Post-doc- Biological Physics – MPI Göttingen, Germany

Dear colleagues,

I am looking for a PhD student and a Post-doc to join my
theoretical/experimental group to investigate how fluid flows control
morphology and behaviour in living organisms.

PhD
http://www.ds.mpg.de/3190933/job_full_offer_11882829?c=2253

Post-doc
http://www.ds.mpg.de/3190917/job_full_offer_11882846?c=2253

The application deadline is 28 February.

Best wishes,
Karen Alim

See Attachement : 01-2018_PostDoc_Alim_englisch.pdf

See Attachement : 02-2018_PhD_Alim_englisch.pdf


18th January 2018 : PhD positions – soft matter, fluids and materials theory – U. Bristol

Dear All,

We currently have several PhD positions in SoftMatter, Fluids and
Materials theory and simulation available in the Applied Mathematics
Group at the School of Mathematics, the University of Bristol (UK).
A wide variety of topics covering active matter, colloidal and molecular
glasses, fluid mechanics, colloidal gels and suspensions, solid
mechanics, polymeric fluids, liquid crystals, biological physics,
granular materials, geophyiscal fluid dynamics, and micro-magnetic
materials under the supervision of Profs. Tannie Liverpool, Jens Eggers,
Andy Hogg and Jonathan Robbins and Drs. John Russo, Diki Porter, Isaac
Chenchiah and Valeriy Slastikov.

Excellent undergraduates holding or expecting to gain a Bachelor’s
degree (or equivalent international qualification) with First Class
honours in a relevant discipline including mathematics, physics,
chemistry, engineering, materials science, biophysics, geophysical
sciences and computer science. A 2:1 (upper second class) honours degree
(or international equivalent) may be acceptable depending on the
candidate’s academic background, including e.g. strong performance
(predicted or achieved) in a Master’s degree.

Please bring this to the attention of suitable students.

Applications are now open. More information about how to apply can be
found on

www.bristol.ac.uk/maths/study/postgraduate

Information about applications can be obtained from
pgdirector-maths@bristol.ac.uk
or Isaac.Chenchiah@bristol.ac.uk

best wishes, Tannie

----
Tanniemola B Liverpool,  Professor of Theoretical Physics
School of Mathematics, University of Bristol, Bristol BS8 1TW
Tel. +44 117 92 89838,  Fax. 87999, Mob. 07968774656


17th January 2018 : Phd/MSc – theoretical/computational soft matter physics – Ben-Gurion University, Israel

Dear colleagues,

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

The current focus of the group is on understanding the physics of
plastic deformation in amorphous solids and
granular materials (examples: sand, soil, polymers, colloids, glasses)
using tools from statistical mechanics and
dynamical systems theory, as well as computer simulations.
We also work on different biophysics related problems, mostly in the
field of developmental biology.

The students will receive full fellowship for the duration of the degree.

Candidates with a BSc or MSc in Physics, Applied Mathematics, Physical
Chemistry or Engineering and who have a good command
of english, are encouraged to apply.
Potential candidates should send their CV, Grades, and information about
any research experience to:
regevid@bgu.ac.il

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


15th January 2018 : Postdoc – theoretical/computational active matter – Florida Atlantic University

Dear all,

I have an opening for a postdoc at Florida Atlantic University in
Jupiter, FL (USA). I'd be grateful if you could help circulate the
information to potential candidates.

A number of projects are possible depending on the candidate's profile
and interests. I work on soft active matter and collective behavior
using a balanced mix of theoretical and computational approaches. Topics
of interest include active particles under confinement, active particles
in porous media, models of dense cell tissues, and collective behavior
in Astyanax fish (in collaboration with biologists Eric Duboue and Alex
Keene, also at FAU Jupiter).

Familiarity with one or more of statistical mechanics, c++, data
analysis, and differential geometry is a plus.

Informal inquiries are welcome. To apply send a CV and a short research
statement to yfily@fau.edu. Review of applications will continue until
the position is filled.

Thanks,
Yaouen Fily


15th January 2018 : Group leader positions – Biophysics – University of Münster

Dear Colleagues,

I would like to draw your attention to several group leader positions
that are offered at the University of Münster. I would be grateful if
you could forward this offer to potentially interested Postdocs and
young researchers in your institute.

Thanks a lot,
all the best,

Timo Betz

--
Prof. Dr. Timo Betz
Institute of Cell Biology
ZMBE
Von-Esmarch-Straße 56
D-48149 Münster

phone: +49 251 83 53023
fax: +49 251 83 58616

See Attachement : CiM Gerty Cori Junior Groups_final_.pdf


10th January 2018 : Postdoc – Mechanical Engineering – Boston University

Dear Colleagues,

I have an immediate opening for a post-doc position in my research group
in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Boston University.

Candidates with a Ph.D. in Engineering or Physics related areas are
welcomed to apply. The successful postdocs will join an
interdisciplinary team of researchers with expertise in experimental,
computational, and theoretical mechanics. The anticipated research
project will couple concepts from elasticity, granular matter, and
robotics - candidates with expertise in the control and automation of
robots and/or experimental soft matter physics are particularly
encouraged to apply.

Applications should be sent to dpholmes@bu.edu
 and must include the following documents:

(i) Cover Letter,
(ii) CV with list of publications;
(iii) Two recommendation letters.

Position will remain open until filled. Recently graduated Ph.D.
candidates and graduate students in their last year of studies and are
especially welcomed to apply.

Sincerely,

Douglas Holmes

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Douglas P. Holmes
Mechanical Engineering
Boston University
EMA 213, 730 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215, USA
dpholmes@bu.edu  | +1 (617) 358-1294 |
http://www.bu.edu/moss


10th January 2018 : Bielefeld postdoc in RMT




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Subject: Bielefeld postdoc in RMT
Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2017 16:40:05 +0200 (CEST)
From: Gernot Akemann <akemann@physik.uni-bielefeld.de>
CC: Goetze Friedrich <goetze@math.uni-bielefeld.de>,
Gernot Akemann <akemann@physik.uni-bielefeld.de>

Dear Colleagues,

Please bring this announcement to the attention of qualified candidates.
Friedrich and I have a joint postdoc position in random matrix theory here
in Bielefeld.

Best wishes,

Gernot and Friedrich

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POSTDOCTORAL POSITION IN RANDOM MATRIX THEORY

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position in the area of random
matrix theory. The successful applicant will work on a joint research
project of Professors Gernot Akemann and Friedrich Goetze, preferably on
recent developments in beta-ensembles, non-Hermitian random matrices and
products thereof, or related areas.

The appointment is for a fixed-term three-year contract and will normally
start in spring 2018, with an earlier or later date being possible.
Prerequisite is a PhD or equivalent in Mathematical Physics or
Mathematics, preferably related to random matrices. The salary will be
very competitive (TVL E13 - E14).

The position is funded by the German Research Council DFG as part of the
Collaborative Research Centre CRC 1283 "Taming uncertainty and profiting
from randomness and low regularity in analysis, stochastics and their
applications", with participating Faculties of Mathematics, Physics,
Technology as well as the Center for Mathematical Economics.
The groups of Mathematical Physics (Akemann) and of Probability Theory and
Mathematical Statistics (Goetze) enjoy a lively joint programme of
research seminars, workshops and summer schools.

Applications should include curriculum vitae, list of publications, and a
brief description of research interests. The applicants should arrange for
at least two letters of recommendation, to be sent directly to

Ms. Anita Lydia Cole
cole@math.uni-bielefeld.de
Faculty of Mathematics
Bielefeld University
Postfach 100131
D-33501 Bielefeld, Germany

Closing date for applications is the 15. of November 2017. In case you
submit your application via email please address it to Ms. Cole
[cole@math.uni-bielefeld.de] in one single pdf-file
(apart from recommendation letters).

For further information and informal inquiries please contact
Gernot Akemann [akemann@physik.uni-bielefeld.de]
http://www2.physik.uni-bielefeld.de/akemann-contact.html c
or Friedrich Goetze [goetze@math.uni-bielefeld.de]
https://www.math.uni-bielefeld.de/~goetze/



10th January 2018 : Postdoc – theoretical biophysics – Institut Jacques Monod

Dear Colleagues,

I am currently looking to recruit one postdoctoral researcher in
theoretical biophysics, with a focus on intracellular mechanics. In
particular, we are interested in the organization of actin networks
under load, and on the mechanics of the cell wall.

The ad:
http://biophysics.fr/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/postdoc_1_offer.pdf

Best,

Serge


8th January 2018 : Postdoc – Soft-matter simulation – U. of Cambridge

Hi all,

There is a postdoc available in the chemistry dept here in Cambridge,
this is part of a joint project with Prof Nigel Wilding and Prof Rob
Scheichl (University of Bath). Details are below. The deadline is
21-jan and the position is available from 1-apr. Please contact me by
email with any informal enquiries (including if you are interested in
applying but for some reason the application deadline is hard to meet).

Thanks

Rob Jack

Job Info: (see http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/16153/ for application details)

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research associate in the
group of Dr Rob Jack, in the Dept of Chemistry at the University of
Cambridge. The project aims to develop a computational method for
accurate characterisation of soft matter systems, including colloidal
mixtures and polymer solutions. The accuracy of the method will be
optimised by combining information from detailed (fine-grained) and
approximate (coarse-grained) representations of the systems of interest.

The position is funded by the Leverhulme trust, as part of an
interdisciplinary project between chemistry, physics, and mathematics.
The project is led by Dr Rob Jack (Cambridge), in conjunction with Prof
Nigel Wilding and Prof Rob Scheichl (University of Bath).

The project will combine Monte Carlo methods from statistical mechanics
[1] with a multi-level approach from mathematics [2], in order to obtain
accurate computational results in systems where direct simulation is
unfeasible. For example, in mixtures of large and small colloidal
particles, the large numbers of small particles mean that simulations
can be expensive, even with advanced methods [3]. Coarse-grained models
can be simulated more easily, but their accuracy is limited. The
successful candidate will develop and implement a method that combines
the two levels of description in a self-consistent way, aiming to
combine the accuracy of detailed models with the efficiency of
simulation that comes from coarse-graining.

The successful candidate should have (or be about to obtain) a Ph.D. in
Physics, Chemistry, or a related discipline, with experience of computer
simulation methods and a working knowledge of statistical mechanics.
They must be highly motivated, and have a strong record of innovative
research consistent with the stage of their career.

The post is funded for 3 years and is available from 1 April 2018

[1] D Frenkel and B Smit, Understanding molecular simulation (Elsevier,
2001). [2] DF Anderson, DJ Higham, SIAM Multiscale Modelling and Simul.
10, 146 (2012). [3] DJ Ashton, RL Jack, and NB Wilding, Phys. Rev. Lett.
114, 237801 (2015); DJ Ashton, RL Jack, and NB Wilding, Soft Matter 9,
9661 (2013).

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8th January 2018 : PostDoctoral announcement in biophysics/soft matter at the Université paris-Diderot starting 2018




Objet: PostDoctoral announcement in biophysics/soft
matter at the Université paris-Diderot starting 2018












Dear Colleagues,

 

Please find attached a postdoctoral position announcement at
the Université Paris-Diderot in Paris, France in the field of
biophysics and soft matter. Thanks for passing this message to
those who might be interested.

 

Best regards and happy New Year 2018.



See Attachement : PostDoctoral announcement in biophysics:soft matter at the Université paris-Diderot starting 2018.pdf

See Attachement : Attached Message Part


2nd January 2018 : Joint postdoctoral research and teaching fellow in biological soft matter physics – UCSD

*Joint postdoctoral research and teaching fellow in biological soft
matter physics at the University of San Diego*

The Physics and Biophysics Department at the University of San Diego is
currently inviting applications for a unique postdoctoral fellow
position/expressly designed to prepare PhDs for faculty positions at
undergraduate institutions/. The successful candidate will conduct
biological soft matter physics research in the Robertson-Anderson lab,
teach undergraduate physics and biophysics courses, and mentor
undergraduate researchers. The time devoted to each will be customized
to match the strengths, desires, and future aspirations of the postdoc.

*Research:*The Robertson-Anderson lab specializes in elucidating the
molecular-level dynamics that give rise to the fascinating physical
properties that soft biological materials exhibit. We develop and use
force spectroscopy and fluorescence microscopy techniques to
characterize microrheological properties and molecular transport. We
also focus on the design of new bio-inspired non-equilibrium materials.
/The research the postdoc will conduct, funded by an NSF CAREER award,
focuses on mapping molecular-level mechanics to material properties of
custom-engineered cytoskeletal-based biomaterials./ This research is
highly /interdisciplinary/ and will provide ample opportunities for
developing expertise in: microscopy/spectroscopy instrumentation
development; computational algorithms for “big data” acquisition and
analysis; DNA and protein purification methods, as well as other
molecular biology and biochemistry techniques; particle-tracking and
image analysis; theoretical soft matter physics; and the design and
execution of microrheology and single-molecule experiments. This
research also includes /collaborations/ with researchers from UMass
Amherst, UCSB, University of Chicago, and RIT, so the postdoc will build
a /strong national network of mentors/ and other researchers at
top-ranking institutions. Each year of the 2-3 year appointment, the
postdoc will be expected to publish at least one first-author paper and
present results annually at the APS March Meeting.

*Mentoring*: The postdoc will have the opportunity to mentor 1-4
undergraduate researchers in the Robertson-Anderson lab each year
(depending on postdoc interest). Responsibilities will likely include
mentoring 1-2 students working directly under the postdoc, and 1-2
students working on related research projects. The postdoc will not only
gain valuable mentoring experience, but will also co-author
publications/presentations resulting from the undergraduate research
projects.

*Teaching*: The postdoc will have the opportunity to teach 1-2
undergraduate lecture and/or lab courses each year in the Physics and
Biophysics Department. Courses taught will initially be the
lower-division course sequence for life science majors, but there will
be opportunities to teach upper-division and special topics courses if
desired. The exact number and type of courses will be jointly decided by
the postdoc and PI.

*Application process: *Candidates should have a PhD in physics, although
related doctoral degrees will be considered. Applications should include
a cover letter, CV, and 3 letters of recommendation. All materials
should be emailed to randerson@sandiego.edu
. Applications will be considered until
the position is filled.

Rae M. R. Anderson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Chair
Department of Physics and Biophysics
University of San Diego
San Diego, CA 92110
619.260.8867
https://sandiego.edu/~randerson

See Attachement : Attached Message Part


2nd January 2018 : Postdoc in biological soft matter physics – UCSD

*Postdoctoral fellow in biological soft matter physics*

The Robertson-Anderson lab invites applications for a postdoctoral
research fellow to conduct cutting-edge research aimed at mapping the
molecular-level mechanics to the material properties of
custom-engineered DNA-based biomaterials. The Robertson-Anderson lab, in
the Physics and Biophysics Department at the University of San Diego,
specializes in elucidating the molecular-level dynamics that give rise
to the fascinating physical properties that soft biological materials
exhibit. We develop and use force spectroscopy and fluorescence
microscopy techniques to characterize molecular transport and
microrheological properties. We also aim to design new bio-inspired
non-equilibrium materials with novel emergent properties. Our research
is fully funded by numerous federal and private agencies including: NSF,
DOD, NIH, Research Corporation, and Moore Foundation. The open
postdoctoral research position is highly interdisciplinary and will
provide ample opportunities for developing expertise in:
microscopy/spectroscopy instrumentation development; computational
algorithms for “big data” acquisition and analysis; DNA and protein
purification methods, as well as other molecular biology and
biochemistry techniques; particle-tracking and image analysis;
theoretical polymer physics; and the design and execution of
microrheology and single-molecule experiments. This research also
includes collaborations with researchers from UMass Amherst, University
of Chicago, UIUC, TTU, and RIT, so the postdoc will build a strong
national network of mentors and other researchers at top-ranking
institutions. Finally, the postdoc will gain substantial experience
mentoring student researchers. Each year of the 2-3 year appointment,
the postdoc will be expected to publish 1-2 first-author papers, present
results at the APS March Meeting and AFOSR Biomaterials Meeting, and
contribute to grant proposals and student co-authored papers.

/Application process/_:_Candidates should have a PhD in physics,
although related doctoral degrees will be considered. Applications
should include a cover letter, CV, and 3 letters of recommendation. All
materials should be emailed to randerson@sandiego.edu
. Applications will be considered until
the position is filled.

Rae M. R. Anderson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Chair
Department of Physics and Biophysics
University of San Diego
San Diego, CA 92110
619.260.8867
https://sandiego.edu/~randerson


19th December 2017 : ATER 2018 Ens Lyon

Bonjour à tous.
Un poste d’ATER avec recherche au laboratoire de physique et enseignement au département de physique
pour l’année 2018-2019 vient de nous etre communiqué.
Le depot de candidature sera ouvert les 22 janvier sur l’application Altair via Galaxie (le site du ministère) avec fermeture le 22 février.

Je vous communiquerai un fichier avec le profil défini et la procedure de depot de candidature de qu’il sera prêt.

Je prends l’occasion pour vous souhaiter à tous de très bonnes fetes

Amitiés

Francesca 

*********************************
Francesca Chilla
laboratoire de physique
ENS Lyon
Tel. +33(0)472728687
francesca.chilla@ens-lyon.fr
*********************************


15th December 2017 : PhD – Computational Statistical Mechanics of Single Molecules- MPI Göttingen

Dear colleagues,

I would like to advertise a PhD position in the field of
'(Computational) single molecule dynamics' in the Mathematical
Biophysics group at the Max Planck institute for Biophysical Chemistry
in Göttingen (Germany). The position is fully funded and 100 % research
(i.e. no teaching obligation).

The Mathematical Biophysics group develops and applies the methods of
mathematical physics and the theory of stochastic processes to study
phenomena in biophysics. We are currently focusing the statistical
mechanics of single molecules. In particular, we aim at a
trajectory-based description of macromolecular conformation dynamics.
For details please visit the group home page at Godec-group
.

Details about the position incl. the application instructions can be
found in the attachment as well as at job-post (researchgate)

or Job-post (MPI) .

Please feel free to forward this information to interested colleagues.

Best regards,

Aljaz Godec

--
Dr. Aljaz Godec
Mathematical Biophysics Group
Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
Am Fassberg 11
D-37077 Göttingen, Germany
Phone: +49-551-201-2304
Web:http://www.mpibpc.mpg.de/godec

See Attachement : PhD_07-17.pdf


14th December 2017 : tenure-track junior professorships at Saarland University

Dear colleagues,

as part of the career development program for junior researchers funded
by the German federal and state governments, Saarland University
announces several *tenure-track junior professorships *commencing winter
semester 2018.

The announcements for the junior professorships in the direction of
“molecular cell biophysics” and of “molecular imaging”, which might be
related to your research interests, are attached. We would be grateful
if you could circulate this information among potential candidates.
Please note the upcoming application deadline, January 5^th 2018.

Thank you very much.

With cordial season’s greetings,

Ralf Seemann

See Attachement : En_WISNA-Ausschreibung UdS_Molecular Cell Biophysics_W1281.pdf

See Attachement : En_WISNA-Ausschreibung UdS_Molecular Imaging_W1280.pdf


13th December 2017 : postdoc in New Zealand




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Subject: search for postdoc - please forward to possibly
interested candidates
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2017 04:14:15 +0000
From: Uli Zuelicke <uli.zuelicke@vuw.ac.nz>
To: Uli Zuelicke <uli.zuelicke@vuw.ac.nz>
CC: Michele Governale <michele.governale@vuw.ac.nz>

Dear colleagues -- apologies for the impersonal address! I am writing to you because Michele Governale and I are in the process of recruiting a postdoc to work with us for a three-year period, starting date anytime from March 2018. Research projects will be focused on the theoretical study of unusual electronic, magnetic and optical properties, especially magneto-electricity, of novel materials such as 2D atomic crystals, topological insulators and Dirac/Weyl semimetals. We are looking for a person who is excited about investigating fundamental physical phenomena, curious about exploring their potential for realising novel electronic-device applications, and able to seek/use opportunities for engaging fruitfully with experimentalists.

If you know of possibly interested candidates, could you please make them aware of this opening and forward the attached advertisement. Applications should be made electronically, and to do so, candidates need to look for vacancy Ref. 1968 at

https://www.victoria.ac.nz/about/careers/current-vacancies .

The closing date for this position is 11 February 2018.

I am happy to provide any additional information that you or a prospective candidate may require. Many thanks for your help, and best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Kind regards -- Uli Zuelicke
--
Ulrich Zuelicke
Professor of Physics

School of Chemical and Physical Sciences - Te Wānanga Matū
Victoria University of Wellington - Te Whare Wānanga o te Ūpoko o te Ika a Māui

PO Box 600 fon: +64 4 463 6851
Wellington 6140 fax: +64 4 463 5241 (shared)
New Zealand - Aotearoa skype: ulizue

Office: Room 413, Laby Building, Kelburn Campus
Courier: Level 1, Laby Building, 21 Kelburn Parade, Gate 7


See Attachement : Postdoc advertisement.pdf


7th December 2017 : Fwd: Postdoc positions in Quantum Many-Body Theory & Topological Phases — University of Cambridge




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Subject: Postdoc positions in Quantum Many-Body Theory &
Topological Phases -- University of Cambridge
Date: Wed, 6 Dec 2017 15:35:08 +0000
From: Benjamin Beri <bfb26@cam.ac.uk>
To: bfb26@cam.ac.uk

Dear Colleague,

I am advertising two postdoc positions in my group at the
University of Cambridge. 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

 

========================================

Research Associate in Quantum Many-Body Theory x 2

Applications are invited for two Postdoctoral Research Associate
positions, funded by an ERC Starting grant, to work with Dr B.
Beri at the Department of Physics and/or the Department of
Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of
Cambridge. The posts are for theoretical investigations of
quantum many-particle systems, including certain strongly
correlated forms of topological phases, in part motivated by
developments in solid-state quantum devices, ultracold atoms,
and quantum information theory.

Closing date: 10 January 2018

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

moz-do-not-send="true">http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/15952/



6th December 2017 : PhD & postdoc in Biological Physics – MPI Göttingen

> Hi Jonas,
>
> I’m writing, because I’m searching for a PhD student and a Postdoc
> that want to work on topics in Biological Physics in my group at the
> Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization in Göttingen,
> Germany. The details are described in the attached announcements (link
> below). Please feel free to circulate these documents and forward them
> to interested colleagues.
>
> Best, David Zwicker
>
> https://www.zwickergroup.org/join-us/
>
> _______________
> Dr.  David Zwicker
> Max Planck Research Group Leader
> Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization
> Am Faßberg 17, 37077 Göttingen
>
> Tel.: +49-(0)551-5176 451
> http://www.zwickergroup.org

See Attachement : message-footer.txt


6th December 2017 : Postdoc – crystallization in confined systems – Universite Libre de Bruxelles

> The "Physics of Complex Systems and Statistical Mechanics" group at
> the Universite Libre de Bruxelles is seeking a candidate for a
> post-doctoral fellowship beginning  Jan. 1 2018 (or later) to study
> crystallization in confined systems. The candidate should have
> experience in computer simulation methods in general and, ideally,
>  kinetic Monte Carlo and rare-event techniques in particular. A
> general knowledge of statistical mechanics and thermodynamics is
> necessary. Experience in problems of nucleation and crystallization is
> beneficial but backgrounds in other subjects will be considered. A
> working knowledge of C and/or C++ is required as is an ability to work
> in a collaborative environment. The candidate should have received
> his/her Ph.D. not more than 8 years prior to the starting date and
> should be comfortable working in English. The position will be
> renewable yearly for a maximum duration of 2 years. Interested parties
> should send a CV including a list of publications and two letters of
> recommendation to James F. Lutsko at jlutsko@ulb.ac.be
>  (applications by email only).  For
> information about our group see http://complex.ulb.ac.be/ and about
> our work on nucleation and crystallization see
> http://complex.ulb.ac.be/multistep-nucleation-theory/
> and
> http://www.lutsko.com  .

--
% Jim Lutsko, CNLPCS, Universite Libre de Bruxelles,
% Campus Plaine -- CP231  B-1050 Bruxelles, Belgium
% tel: +32-2-650-5997   email: Jim.Lutsko@ulb.ac.be

% fax: +32-2-650-5767

See Attachement : Attached Message Part


6th December 2017 : Postdoc – computational investigation of the glass transition – University of Oregon

Dear colleagues,

  I write to bring to your attention the following postdoctoral
position focused primarily on computational investigation of the glass
transition at the University of Oregon under the supervision of Eric
Corwin, Sid Nagel, and myself.

Thanks for forwarding to students or postdocs who may be interested.

Best regards,

Lisa

=====

The Simons Collaboration on Cracking the Glass Transition is seeking a
postdoc to work jointly with Eric Corwin (University of Oregon), Lisa
Manning (Syracuse), and Sid Nagel (University of Chicago).

Scientific Project: We are looking for an independent, collaborative
scientist with expertise using numerical and theoretical tools to study
statistical physics or soft matter, to work on a research project
related to local excitations and marginality in jammed packings.  The
successful candidate will work on a series of projects that seek to
quantify how excitations in low-dimensional athermal systems deviate
from mean-field or high dimensional predictions.  In this work,
numerical simulations will drive the development of new theoretical
understanding of low dimensional behavior of jammed and glassy systems,
with significant opportunities for the successful candidate to drive the
work in new directions.

Physical Location:The home base for this position is in Professor Eric
Corwin’s lab at the University of Oregon.  There she/he will have access
to computational and human resources needed to implement the high
spatial dimension studies proposed here, with input from the other
collaborators as described below.  To supplement these resources with
tools for quantifying reversibility and localized excitations in low
dimensions, the successful candidate will also interact with the groups
of Sid Nagel and Lisa Manning via regular Skype meetings, as well as
medium-term (or longer term, by mutual agreement) in-person visits to
Chicago and Syracuse, respectively.

Send letters of interest to > including an up-to-date CV.
___________________

*M. Lisa Manning* | Associate Professor

Department of Physics
Physics Bldg 229G
Syracuse, New York 13244

*t* 315.443.3920 *e* mmanning@syr.edu *w*
mmanning.expressions.syr.edu

*SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY*
syr.edu

See Attachement : Attached Message Part


6th December 2017 : Poste MCF physique théorique a l’interface avec la biologie – L2C Montpellier

Le Laboratoire Charles Coulomb (http://www.coulomb.univ-montp2.fr/)
souhaite recruter un Maître des Conférences en physique ayant une forte
expertise en physique théorique et en modélisation du vivant. Les
candidats devront avoir obtenu la qualification aux fonctions de Maitre
de Conférences.

Pour l’enseignement, le MCF recruté interviendra à tous les niveaux dans
les formations du Département de Physique (DEPhy) de la Faculté des
Sciences de l’Université de Montpellier. Il/elle devra donc
impérativement avoir des connaissances solides en physique fondamentale.
Il/elle interviendra en priorité dans les cursus à l'interface
physique-sciences du vivant qui ont été mis en place ces dernières
années tant en Licence qu’en Master (voir Master Physique et Ingénierie
du Vivant) et contribuer aux nouvelles initiatives pédagogiques dans le
cadre du programme I-SITE (projet MUSE) obtenu en 2017 par l’Université
de Montpellier. L’enseignement sera prioritairement en Français, mais
aussi des enseignements en Anglais sont à prévoir.

Pour la recherche, la position est rattachée à l’axe Physique Théorique
du laboratoire dans l'équipe «Systèmes Complexes et Phénomènes
Non-linéaires » en lien avec un des axes prioritaires de l'équipe,
relatif à la physique théorique et modélisation des systèmes biologiques.

La personne recrutée devra s'intégrer dans l’étude des principes
fondamentaux et de la modélisation physique ciblant les thématiques de
l’équipe, à savoir :

-physique du génome ;

-physique du transport dans les réseaux biologiques, trafic
intracellulaire, dynamique du cytosquelette;

-mécanique fluctuationnelle des cellules vivantes individuelles et des
tissus cellulaires sous contraintes;

-physique des assemblages intra-cellulaires et dynamique des
macromolécules en système complexe ;

-modélisation de réponses cellulaires aux signaux physiques :
«expériences in silico» ;

-fluides complexes dans la cellule et auto-organisation du cytoplasme et
du noyau cellulaire.

La personne recrutée devra montrer de fortes compétences en physique
théorique et en modélisation physique des systèmes de ce type.

La position prévoit une réduction du service d’enseignement à 128 hr/ETD
pour la première année de service plus des aides spécifiques du
Laboratoire Charles Coulomb pour les enseignants-chercheurs/es
nouveaux/lles arrivants/es. L’emploi profite aussi du contexte des
initiatives /Montpellier University of Excellence/(I-SITE MUSE) et
/International Physics of Living Systems/ (GDRI IPOLS).

Pour plus d’informations :

        Département d’enseignement de Physique-DEPHY-Faculté des
Sciences, Université Montpellier
        Directeur: Prof. Christophe Chaubet
        Tel. : +33 4 67 14 45 02
        Email : christophe.chaubet@umontpellier.fr

        URL département : http://physique-fds.edu.umontpellier.fr/

-        Equipe « Systèmes Complexes et Phénomènes Nonlinéaires »

        Axe de Physique Théorique, Laboratoire Charles Coulomb UMR5221
CNRS/UM
        Chef d’équipe : Prof. Andrea Parmeggiani,
        Tel. : +33 4 67 14 3908
        Email : andrea.parmeggiani@umontpellier.fr

        URL équipe :
https://www.coulomb.univ-montp2.fr/-Equipe-Systemes-Complexes-et-

The Charles Coulomb Laboratory (http://www.coulomb.univ-montp2.fr/)
wishes to recruit an Assistant Professor (Maître des Conférences) with a
strong expertise in theoretical physics and modelling of living
organisms. Candidates must have obtained the qualification as a Maître
des Conférences.

For teaching, the MCF recruited will intervene at all levels in the
training courses of the Department of Physics (DEPhy), part of the
Faculty of Sciences of the University of Montpellier. He/She must
therefore have a solid knowledge in fundamental physics. He/She will
primarily give courses at the interface between physics and the life
sciences that have been set up in recent years at both the Bachelor's
and Master's degree levels (see the program for the Master's degree in
Physics and Engineering of Living Systems) and contribute to new
pedagogical initiatives within the framework of the I-SITE program (MUSE
project) obtained in 2017 by the University of Montpellier. The teaching
will be mainly in French, but also theoretical and practical courses in
English are to be planned.

For research, the position is attached to the laboratory's Theoretical
Physics axis in the "Complex Systems and Non-linear Phenomena" team and
the research pursued should fit into the team's priority axes, relating
to theoretical physics and modelling of biological systems.

The recruited person will be expected to participate inthe study of
fundamental principles and physical modelling targeting the team's
themes, namely:

Physics of the genome;
Transport physics in biological networks, intracellular traffic,
cytoskeleton dynamics;Fluctuating mechanics of individual living cells
and cell tissue under stress;
Physics of intracellular and dynamic assemblages of macromolecules in
complex systems;
Modelling of cellular responses to physical signals: "experiments in
silico";
Complex fluids in the cell and self-organization of the cytoplasm and
cell nucleus.

The candidate must demonstrate strong theoretical physics and physical
modelling skills in such systems.

The position provides for a reduction of the teaching service to 128
hrs/TD for the first year of service plus specific aids from the Charles
Coulomb Laboratory for new faculty members. The position also benefits
from the /Montpellier University of Excellence/ (I-SITE MUSE) and
/International Physics of Living Systems/ (GDRI IPOLS) initiatives.

For more information:

-Department of Physics DEPHY, Faculty of Sciences, University of Montpellier
Director: Prof. Christophe Chaubet
Tel. : +33 4 67 14 45 02
Email: christophe.chaubet@umontpellier.fr

Department URL: http://physique-fds.edu.umontpellier.fr/

-"Complex Systems and Non-linear Phenomena" team
Theoretical Physics Axis, Charles Coulomb Laboratory UMR5221 CNRS/UM
Team leader: Prof. Andrea Parmeggiani,
Tel. : +33 4 67 14 3908
Email: andrea.parmeggiani@umontpellier.fr

Team URL: https://www.coulomb.univ-montp2.fr/-Equipe-Systemes-Complexes-et-


4th December 2017 : Postdoc – Edinburgh University – multiscale fluid dynamics

** Postdoctoral Research Associate (24 months) in Multiscale Fluid
Dynamics **

A consortium of three internationally-leading UK institutions (Edinburgh
University, Warwick University, and Daresbury Laboratory) are seeking a
Postdoctoral Research Associate to develop new modelling capabilities
for multiscale interfacial fluid dynamics. This is part of a flagship
?3.4M EPSRC Programme Grant targeting the multiscale fluid dynamics
needed to simulate and design engineering flow systems of the future.
Please see the video at youtu.be/OKjRxeFVSTY

This position is to work with Prof Jason Reese, Dr Matthew Borg and Dr
Rohit Pillai in the School of Engineering in the University of
Edinburgh. The start date is May 2018 (or another date, by arrangement),
and is for 24 months. More information about the research partnership is
at www.micronanoflows.ac.uk

The principal objectives of this postdoc research project are:
a) to use molecular dynamics simulations to investigate the effect of
surface acoustic waves (SAWs) on nanoscale liquid films and droplets;
b) to develop a hybrid multiscale technique for simulating the
acoustowetting of microscale drops, by separating the rapid acoustic
effects from the slower hydrodynamics. This problem is relevant to
SAW-driven microfluidics, with applications in many industries.

The role is grade UE07 and attracts an annual salary of ?32,548 to
?38,833 for 35 hours each week. Please apply online at:
https://www.vacancies.ed.ac.uk/pls/corehrrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=042106 (see
“Apply” link at end of this webpage).

Closing Date: 12 January 2018

You should have a PhD, or equivalent experience, in mechanical or
chemical engineering, or physics, or applied mathematics, or
computational science. Preference will be given to those with expertise
in: molecular dynamics using either LAMMPS or OpenFOAM; the simulation
of interfacial phenomena; hybrid multiscale methods for micro/nano fluid
dynamics.

Please address any informal enquiries to: Prof Jason Reese
jason.reese@ed.ac.uk , or Dr Matthew Borg
matthew.borg@ed.ac.uk


2nd December 2017 : Postdocs – Computational Molecular and Materials Science – Tel Aviv University

Dear Colleagues,

Please distribute the following announcement to potentially interested
candidates:

*The Sackler Center for Computational Molecular and Materials Science at
Tel Aviv University (http://thesacklercenter.tau.ac.il) is now receiving
applications for prestigious postdoctoral positions.**
*

Postdoctoral fellows are expected to perform leading-edge computational
research focusing on the chemistry and physics of complex systems and to
interact with at least one, but preferably more of the following
research groups associated with the center:

Guy Cohen http://www.tau.ac.il/~gcohen
Oswaldo Dieguez http://www.eng.tau.ac.il/~dieguez
Moshe Goldstein http://www6.tau.ac.il/mgoldstein
Oded Hod http://www.tau.ac.il/~odedhod
Amir Natan http://www.eng.tau.ac.il/~amirn
Abraham Nitzan http://atto.tau.ac.il/~nitzan
Eran Rabani http://www.tau.ac.il/~rabani
Shlomi Reuveni http://shlomireuveni.weebly.com
Yair Shokef http://shokef.tau.ac.il
Michael Urbakh http://www.tau.ac.il/~urbakh1

Applicants should have recently completed their PhD thesis in a relevant
field, in an academic institute outside Israel, or expect to complete it
by March 2019.

Postdoctoral fellows joining the center are expected to start anytime
between October 2018 and March 2019. They will enjoy a two-year
appointment with Tel Aviv University's highest fellowship (currently,
with a net pay of 137,350 Israeli Shekels (NIS) per year), plus
relocation expenses (including arrival flights and if needed, temporary
housing). A personal allowance of 2000 USD/year will be given for travel
expenses.

Applications should be submitted online at
http://thesacklercenter.tau.ac.il/fellowships.html and should include a
single PDF containing:
- A cover letter.
- Curriculum vitae including a list of publications.
- A short research statement describing achievements so far as well as
plans for future research.

In addition, three letters of recommendation should be sent directly to
tsc@tau.ac.il:
- From the applicant's PhD advisor.
- From an established scientist who has personal acquaintance with the
applicant.
- From an established scientist who has personal acquaintance with the
applicant and is not from the institute where the applicant completed
her/his PhD.

Review of applications will continue until the positions are filled.
*For primary consideration, applicants are encouraged to apply before
February 1st, 2018.*


1st December 2017 : Fwd: [soft-matter] Postdoc in Computational Biophysics – Proteins and Membranes

Dear Colleagues,

I have a Postdoc position in Computational Biophysics available in my
group at CEITEC. For more information see:
https://www.muni.cz/en/about-us/careers/vacancies/37249

Best wishes,
Robert

********************************************
Robert Vacha
Associate professor
CEITEC and Faculty of Science
Masaryk University, Brno
Kamenice 5, 625 00, Czech Republic
Phone: +420 549 496 846
Email: robert.vacha@mail.muni.cz
Web: http://vacha.ceitec.cz/


27th November 2017 : Faculty opening on Thermal Sciences at EPFL, Lausanne

Dear Colleagues,

The Institute of Mechanical Engineering is soliciting applications for a
faculty position at the level of tenure-track assistant professor in
*Thermal Sciences*. More information can be found at the following link:
https://professeurs.epfl.ch/page-151902-en.html

We seek top applicants with research interests in areas such as: Heat
and mass transport at the nanoscale and across different interfaces;
Nanomaterials and small-scale devices for sustainable energy
technologies; Multiscale heat and mass transport phenomena coupled to
chemistry; Fundamental heat and mass transport for transient and
non-equilibrium processes. Applicants should have a demonstrated record
of excellence in their chosen technical area.

As a faculty member of the School of Engineering, the successful
candidate will be expected to initiate an independent and creative
research program and participate in undergraduate and graduate teaching.
Internationally competitive salaries, start-up resources, and benefits
are offered.

EPFL with its main campus located in Lausanne, Switzerland, is a
well-funded and leading institution fostering excellence and diversity.
As a technical university covering essentially the entire palette of
engineering and science, EPFL offers a fertile environment for research
cooperation between different disciplines. EPFL has a highly
international environment that is multi-lingual and multi-cultural, with
English often serving as a common interface.

Applications should include a cover letter with a statement of
motivation, a curriculum vitae, a list of publications and patents, a
concise statement of research and teaching interests, as well as the
names and addresses (including e-mail) of at least 3 references.
Application files should be submitted in pdf format via the website:

https://facultyrecruiting.epfl.ch/position/7962625

Formal evaluation of candidates will begin on *January 15, 2018*.

Enquiries may be addressed to:
*Prof. François Gallaire*
Chairman of the Search Committee
*E-mail:* igm-search@epfl.ch

EPFL is an equal opportunity employer and a family friendly university.

Warm regards,
Pedro Reis

*________________________________
Pedro M. Reis*
Professor, EPFL, Switzerland
Institute of Mechanical Engineering
flexLab: Flexible Structures Laboratory

See Attachement : Thermal_Science_FalcutyPosition_EPFL.pdf


27th November 2017 : Postdoc in Computational Biophysics at UCL, London

Dear Colleagues,

We have one Postdoc position in Computational Soft Matter and Biophysics
available in my group at UCL, London. More information is available here
http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BFV883/research-associate-in-computational-biophysics/ .

I'd greatly appreciate if you could circulate the advert to potentially
interested candidates. Informal enquiries are welcome.

All the best,

Andela

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


27th November 2017 : PhD Position available at the University of Edinburgh in Computational Biophysics

Dear all,

Please could you bring the attached advert for a PhD position at the
University of Edinburgh to the attention of any potential students. This
is for an interdisciplinary project, working with Davide Marenduzzo in
the School of Physics and Astronomy, and Nick Gilbert in the Institute
for Genetics & Molecular Medicine. The student will use polymer
simulations to predict how the 3-D organization of chromosomes changes
due to changes in genome sequence encountered in disease, and
investigate how this is linked to gene expression. Further details are
attached.

Interested candidates should contact Profs. Marenduzzo
[dmarendu@ph.ed.ac.uk] or Gilbert [nick.gilbert@ed.ac.uk] in the first
instance. The application deadline is Wed 10th January 2018.

Best Wishes,

Chris Brackley

--
Dr Chris Brackley, PDRA
School of Physics and Astronomy
University of Edinburgh
Peter Guthrie Tait Road
Edinburgh EH9 3FD
UK
email: C.Brackley@ed.ac.uk

See Attachement : PhD_Advert.pdf


24th November 2017 : PhD Thesis Grenoble




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Subject: PhD Thesis Grenoble
Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2017 15:46:03 +0100 (CET)
From: Régis MELIN <regis.melin@neel.cnrs.fr>
Reply-To: Régis MELIN <regis.melin@neel.cnrs.fr>
To: phd-thesis-grenoble@listes.grenoble.cnrs.fr

Dear Colleague,

PhD grants are proposed in Grenoble, France, in the field of
quantum engineering. All informations about this program are
available on the following web-site: href="http://www.grenoble-lanef.fr/spip.php?rubrique30"
moz-do-not-send="true">http://www.grenoble-lanef.fr/spip.php?rubrique30
Part of funding for those PhD grants is supported by the
European Marie-Curie program.

In this context, I am looking for a candidate to be supported
at the next call in spring 2018. I will carry out a first
selection in order to support a single candidate. This
candidate will then apply officially and a committee will
judge from his/her marks at Bachelor/Master courses, letters
of recommendation, and quality of Master thesis. In a third
step, an interview will be carried out in Grenoble by this
committee. The candidate will be judged from his/her
presentation of Master project, from a short presentation of
the proposed PhD project, and from answering questions of the
committee.

The key-words for the attached PhD project are the following:
multiterminal Josephson junctions, Floquet-Wannier-Stark
ladders, semi-classical theory, optimization of a Floquet
qu-bit, backaction, topology, quantum thermodynamics. The
internship and project involve collaborations with other
theoretical physicists, with experimental groups and with
mathematicians:

* Benoit Doucot (Laboratoire de Physique et des Hautes
Energies, Paris, France)

* Yuli Nazarov (Delt University of Technonology, The
Netherland)

* Moty Heiblum (The Weizmann Institute for Science, Israel)

* Romain Danneau (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)

* Caglar Girit (College de France, Paris, France)

* Alain Joye (Institut Fourier, Grenoble, France)

* Frederic Faure (Institut Fourier, Grenoble, France)

Interested candidates should have a look at my web-site href="http://perso.neel.cnrs.fr/regis.melin/"
moz-do-not-send="true">http://perso.neel.cnrs.fr/regis.melin/
where the internship and PhD thesis project are summarized. A
short version of the PhD project is also attached to this
e-mail. The possible Master2 interships are about
interpretation of an on-going experiment in the group of Moty
Heiblum (Weizmann Institute). A detailed version of the PhD
project is available on request.

Candidates should send CVs, and marks at Bachelor and Master
examinations to the following email address: href="mailto:regis.melin@neel.cnrs.fr"
moz-do-not-send="true">regis.melin@neel.cnrs.fr In
addition, the candidates should arrange to have two letters of
recommendation sent to this email address.

Finally, I would be grateful if you could forward this
information also to candidates expecting to apply to
individual Marie-Curie post-doctoral fellowships, if they are
interested in this new line of research.

Best Regards, Régis Mélin

--

Dr Régis Mélin

http://perso.neel.cnrs.fr/regis.melin/


See Attachement : PhD_project.pdf


22nd November 2017 : Faculty jobs at Bristol

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Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2017 14:47:22 +0000
From: Tanniemola Liverpool
To: Tanniemola Liverpool
Subject: Faculty jobs at Bristol

Dear Colleagues,

We have some open positions in Bristol. Please bring it to the attention of candidates who may be interested and if you are interested yourself, please apply.

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.

The School of Mathematics is a supporter of the LMS Good Practice Scheme aiming at advancing women's careers in mathematics and we therefore particularly welcome applications from women for this
post. http://www.maths.bris.ac.uk/admin/life/women/
 
 
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). I am also happy to answer any questions you have.

Details about the job and how to apply can be found on

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

The closing date for applications is 27 November 2017

best wishes, Tannie

Tanniemola B Liverpool,  Professor of Theoretical Physics School of Mathematics, University of Bristol, Bristol BS8 1TW
Tel. +44 117 92 89838,  Fax. 87999, Mob. 07968774656


21st November 2017 : Tenure-track faculty position at NJIT

Please visit jobs.njit.edu and search for each
listing below using its requisition number or title. Submissions must
include (a) cover letter, (b) resume/CV, (c) research statement, (d)
teaching statement, and (e) names and contact information for at least
four references. Review of applications will begin immediately and will
continue until the position is lled.

DMS is recognized for its strong program in applied mathematics that o
ers B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees, with Ph.D. program tracks in applied
mathematics as well as in applied probability and statistics. NJIT is
located in the vibrant University Heights neighborhood of Newark, within
the New York City metropolitan area. NJIT is an Equal Opportunity / A
rmative Action Employer and encourages women, minorities, persons with
disabilities and Vietnam era and disabled veterans to apply. For more
information, visit math.njit.edu .

Assistant Professor in Applied Mathematics

Requisition Number: req30

The Department of Mathematical Sciences (DMS) at the New Jersey
Institute of Technology seeks candidates to ll a tenure-track position
at the assistant professor level in the broad area of applied
mathematics (applicants whose research is primarily in mathematical
biology should apply to a second DMS assistant professor position,
announced separately).

The appointment is to start in Fall 2018. Candidates should have a Ph.D.
in mathematics, applied mathematics or related discipline with strong
research, funding and teaching potential for consideration at the
assistant professor level. At the university’s discretion, the education
and experience prerequisites may be excepted where the candidate can
demonstrate to the satisfaction of the university an equivalent
combination of education and experience speci cally preparing the
candidate for success in the position.

Assistant Professor in Mathematical Biology

Requisition Number: req35

The Department of Mathematical Sciences (DMS) at the New Jersey
Institute of Technology seeks candidates to ll
a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level in mathematical
biology (applicants whose research is in the broad area of applied
mathematics not including mathematical biology should apply to a second
DMS assistant professor position, announced separately). The appointment
is to start in Fall 2018. Candidates working in any sub eld of
mathematical biology will be given consideration. Currently, members of
the DMS mathematical biology group are engaged in research in
computational neuroscience, biological rhythms, bio uids and mechanosensing.

DMS has close collaborative ties to the Department of Biological
Sciences at NJIT. Excellent potential for outside collaboration is also
a orded by the close geographic proximity of NJIT to other prominent
centers for biological research such as the Center for Molecular and
Behavioral Neuroscience at Rutgers-Newark, New Jersey Medical School,
NYU, Columbia University, and Rockefeller University.

Candidates should have a Ph.D. in mathematics, applied mathematics or
related discipline with strong research, funding and teaching potential
for consideration at the assistant professor level.

See Attachement : NJIT_Fall2018.pdf


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

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

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

>

> au Laboratoire de Mathématiques et Physique Théorique de
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15th November 2017 : poste MCF à Tours

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Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2017 17:52:20 +0100
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
moz-do-not-send="true">xavier.oriols@uab.es

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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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Professor of Physics style="color:rgb(102,102,102)"> style="font-size:7.5pt;color:rgb(102,102,102)">

Université Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble

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bât. C5

CEA Grenoble

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38054 Grenoble Cedex 9

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Phone: moz-do-not-send="true">+ 33 4 38783146

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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.
——————————————————————————————

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


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

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*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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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,
"
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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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:

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data-mce-href="https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/10194"
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data-mce-bogus="1">

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
community that is free of all forms of discrimination. This institution
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,
staff, constituents, and programs, believing that these qualities are
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 »

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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

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

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

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
francesca.chilla@ens-lyon.fr
*********************************



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

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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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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

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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

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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

---
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


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


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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Subject: [tous.lps] Fwd: Ouverture de poste data scientist -
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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