Associate Professor job in Denmark – Physics, Experimental Physics

    Associate Professor job in Denmark - Physics, Experimental Physics

    Associate Professor of Experimental Physics is available in the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy at the University of Southern Denmark(SDU) – Denmark

    Associate Professor of Experimental Physics


    Deadline to Apply

    Apr 15, 2021 (GMT+1)


    Position

    Associate Professor

    No. of Position(s)

    1

    Research area

    • Physics
    • Chemistry
    • Experimental Physics

    Salary

    According to Standard Norms

    Workplace

    Section for Physics

    Inquiries

    Deputy Head of Department
    Mads T. Frandsen
    E-mail:frandsen@cp3.sdu.dk.

    Qualifications

    PhD degree in physics

    Preference

    Collaborative possibilities with physicists (and other researchers) in the department and experience with collaboration will be an advantage.

    Responsibilities/Job Description

    Expected to have a visionary, independent and internationally visible research profile as documented by an excellent track record of publications. A proven ability to attract external funding is also expected.
    Teaching: The ideal candidate has a strong teaching record and is an enthusiastic and highly motivated teacher. You will also be expected to demonstrate experience with teaching courses within the physics curriculum at bachelor and master level as well as experience with project supervision on all levels from bachelor to PhD.

    How to Apply?

    Applications must be submitted electronically using the link “Apply online”.

    Documents required

    • A curriculum vitae
    • A full list of publications
    • Copies of all publications on which the applicant wishes to be evaluated
    • A brief survey of the applicant’s most important research results and research plans for the next three years
    •  A teaching portfolio.
      Attached files must be in Adobe PDF or Word format. Each box can only contain a single file of max. 10 Mb.

    About The Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy 

    The department has approximately 160 employees including 37 permanent researchers, 70 postdocs and PhD students, and 35 technical administrative staff. To support experimental work the department has both a mechanical and electronics workshop. The department hosts four programmes – physics, chemistry, pharmacy and pharmaceutical chemistry with a total student population of just over 500. The research at the department is internationally competitive and the researchers secure DKK45 – 50 million per year from external foundations and stakeholders. Researchers at FKF collaborate with the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science (IMADA) and the Faculty of Engineering.

    Based in Odense, the Faculty of Science offers a modern, inclusive, international and interdisciplinary working environment with state-of-the-art facilities as well as a strong tradition for collaboration across departments and faculties, with university colleges and high schools, municipalities, industries and museums in the region.

    Existing research areas

    The department has several strong research groups in the following two main areas of physics that also span collaborations with other departments : (1) biophysics and soft condensed matter (PhyLife) and (2) particle and astroparticle physics, classical and quantum gravity, and cosmology (CP3-Origins).

    • The scientists in PhyLife study the physical principles of biological phenomena and the behaviour of biological materials and cover a wide range of topics using experimental, theoretical and computational approaches. Active research areas include self-assembled complex systems such as biomembranes, polymers, liquid crystals, and minimal life as well as membrane proteins, bioimaging and image analysis, and statistical physics.
    • The international research environment at CP3-Origins includes researchers who focus on the formal development of fundamental quantum theories of nature and their phenomenology, key questions of cosmology, astrophysics and quantum and classical aspects of gravity. These include the origin of the Universe, inflation, the nature of dark energy and dark matter, black holes, gravitational waves, and involvement in the Event Horizon Telescope

    Note

    Appointment to the position will be in accordance with the salary agreement between the Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations. Please check links for more information on salary and taxation.


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