City University of Hong Kong (CITYU): Department of Physics
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About City University of Hong Kong (CITYU): Department of Physics
CityU is a young, fast-growing, research university. The Department of Physics was founded in 2017, building on the outstanding tradition of the former Department of Physics and Materials Science. The last Research Assessment Exercise conducted by the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, ranked CityU’s physics second in Hong Kong.
Why work for us
The department is undergoing major expansion. Our existing faculties conduct world-class research, and our teaching curriculum is internationally benchmarked. Hong Kong, Asia’s gateway to the world, provides excellent graduate student support, attracting top students from China, south-east Asia, and elsewhere in the world. As a truly international city, Hong Kong offers a unique lifestyle where East meets West, tradition meets contemporary, and mountains meet the ocean. Our compensation package is internationally competitive and commensurate with experience.
Training and development
Incoming faculty will have a major role to play in shaping the future of the department. Generous support is provided to successful candidates, allowing them to quickly set up research groups. International collaboration is strongly encouraged, with funding support available at all levels: national, university, college and department. The Greater Bay Area initiative, which aims to transform the Pearl River region encompassing Hong Kong, Macau, and nearby cities in Guangdong, to an international center of innovation, offers unparallel opportunities for new researchers to excel.
What we are looking for
We are looking for candidates with a strong research record and promising teaching ability, with the goal to establish a world-class research program. Applications are sought in the broad research themes: theory and computational physics; spectroscopy and imaging; quantum materials; soft matter and biophysics; atomic, molecular, and optical physics. Applicants of all experience levels are welcome. An initial appointment will normally be made on a fixed-term contract; the appointee can apply for substantiation or tenure during the second contract. Exceptional candidates can be appointed at higher ranks with tenure. Applicants in underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.
- For more information on what we do, see our latest article "CityU physics: where regional connections underpin global research ambitions" on Physics World.
Number of employees
Research areas for recruitment
Theoretical and computational physics; spectroscopy and imaging; quantum materials; soft matter and biophysics; atomic, molecular, and optical physics
Desired degree disciplines/class
A PhD in physics or a related field. Experimental physicists are particularly welcome to apply
How to apply
For further details, visit www.cityu.edu.hk/hro/en/job/current/academic.asp?ref=uac-a460
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