QUC Research Fellow Positions in Statistical Physics at Korea Institute for Advanced Study
Location: South Korea
[Quantum Universe Center]
As the first research institute for basic sciences in the nation, Korea Institute for Advanced Study (KIAS) was founded in 1996 by Korean Government to promote excellence in the basic science research. Located in Seoul, KIAS provides a unique research environment, where its members as well as visitors can enjoy constant academic stimuli and friendly administrative support.
Quantum Universe Center at Korea Institute for Advanced Study (KIAS) invites applicants for the postdoctoral QUC research fellow positions in Statistical Physics. Applicants are expected to have demonstrated exceptional research potential, including major contributions beyond or through the doctoral dissertation.
The initial appointment for QUC Research Fellow is for two years with the possibility of a one-time renewal of two additional years, depending on the research performance and the needs of the research program at KIAS.
* KIAS complies with the 'EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY AND WORK-FAMILY BALANCE ACT'. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Applications must include (1) a curriculum vitae, (2) a list of publications, (3) 3 letters of recommendation and (4) research statement.
Korea Institute for Advanced Study (KIAS) was founded in 1996 by Korean Government to promote research excellence in the basic sciences. KIAS is located on a 120,000 square-meter site in Seoul, where its members are provided with a research-friendly environment. As a flagship of the basic sciences in the region, KIAS provides a venue for advanced learning and active discovery of new ideas. Through these efforts, the Institute ultimately aims to contribute to advancement of our civilization.
KIAS is an arena for dynamic scientific interactions. Scientists from all over the world visit KIAS for collaborative research, sabbatical leave, and undertake various research activities. In pursuit of fulfilling its mission, KIAS also hosts numerous meetings, seminars, workshops, and seasonal schools. The faculty and research bodies of the Institute are composed of diverse nationalities, and endeavor to explore the frontier of knowledge and insights on Nature and its structure. KIAS, aspiring to be a world-class hub of research activity, welcomes opportunities of interaction with research communities around the world.
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