The Department of Physics at Queens College of the City University of New York anticipates one postdoctoral opening in theoretical condensed matter physics with a starting date in the fall of 2018 or spring of 2019. The successful candidate will work in the research group of Prof. So Takei on topics including spin transport in exotic quantum magnets, nonequilibrium quantum critical phenomena and quantum quenches in quantum magnets. The position is anticipated to be for two years, subject to satisfactory performance during the first year. There is also a possibility of an extension for the third year depending on the funding situation of the PI and the candidate’s performance.
Interested candidates should apply by sending an up-to-date cv, a research statement, and arrange for two or three reference letters to be sent to email@example.com.
About Queens College of The City University of New York
The Queens College Department of Physics consists of 13 faculty members conducting experimental and theoretical research in the areas of optics & photonics, meta-materials, magnetism and biophysics. The College is also a member of the City University of New York (CUNY) Doctoral Consortium, which possesses several renowned theoretical research departments and world-class experimental facilities. The consortium houses over 100 research-active faculty working in almost all fields of physics, and boasts one of the largest physics graduate research programs in the United States. In addition to the extensive resources within CUNY, the Graduate Center has close associations with Brookhaven National Laboratory, the American Museum of Natural History, the Centers for Computational Astrophysics and Computational Quantum Physics at the Flatiron Institute, several New York area medical research centers, and other major New York universities.