The Department of Physics at National Central University invites applications for tenure-track positions with the appointment starting from August 2021. Applicants in all areas of physics are welcome. Successful candidates are expected to establish a strong and independent research program, obtain research funding, commit to excellent teaching, and supervise students. Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae and research prospectus, and arrange three reference letters to be sent to Prof. Chiang-Mei Chen, Department of Physics, National Central University, Taoyuan City 32001, Taiwan (e-mail: cmchen@ phy.ncu.edu.tw; TEL: +886-3-4253749). To ensure full consideration, applications should be received before December 31st, 2020.
About Department of Physics, National Central University
There are 16 full-time professors, 12 associated professors, and 3 assistant professors in the Department of Physics, National Central University. The faculty members are recognized for enthusiastic teaching and outstanding research and produce notable research achievements. Our research programs include condensed matter physics (semiconductors, nanoparticles, magnetic thin films, high-temperature superconductors), high energy physics, gravity theory, plasma and fluid physics, atomic and molecular physics, laser physics, and high-field physics. Currently there are 220 undergraduate students and 165 master and Ph.D. students in the department. The facilities are first-class, including computers and internet, professional publications, experimental instruments, and study and discussion rooms for students. These well-equipped infrastructures are renewed yearly to promote better research and teaching.
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