Assistant Professor in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics
William & Mary Physics
August 21, 2018
Faculty 4-Year College/University
Physics: Condensed Matter
The Department of Physics at William & Mary seeks applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level in experimental condensed matter physics. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. in Physics or a related field at the time of appointment (August 10, 2019). The successful candidate will establish an internationally recognized research program that complements and enhances the existing strengths in the department, which has about 30 faculty members and 60 Ph.D. graduate students. The successful candidate will play an important role in both the undergraduate and doctoral programs of the Physics Department and contribute to the department's new Engineering Physics and Applied Design degree track.
Applicants must apply online at https://jobs.wm.edu (Position number F0985W). Submit a curriculum vitae, cover letter, research statement and teaching interests. You will be prompted to submit online the names and email addresses of three references who will be contacted by the system with instructions for how to submit a letter of reference. For full consideration, submit application materials by the review date, November 15, 2018. Applications received after the review date will be considered if needed.
William & Mary values diversity and invites applications from underrepresented groups who will enrich the research, teaching and service missions of the university. The College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and encourages applications from women, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities. William & Mary conducts background checks on applicants for employment.
Internal Number: F0985W
About William & Mary Physics
The Physics Department at William & Mary consists of thirty members on the instructional faculty, together with approximately fifteen additional physicists in purely research positions. Through our graduate program, students pursue a Ph.D. degree in Physics. Our undergraduate program offers a major and a minor.
Research areas in the department include atomic, molecular, and optical physics, computational physics, condensed matter physics, nuclear and hadronic physics, high energy physics, and plasma and non-linear physics. Related research areas include accelerator physics (in cooperation with Jefferson Lab) and material characterization (in cooperation with NASA-Langley Research Center). The department also has strong links with the interdisciplinary Applied Science department and the Computational Science Cluster.