The Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo invites applications for a tenured faculty position of Associate Professor in experimental soft condensed matter starting at the earliest convenience after April 1, 2018. An Associate Professor in The University of Tokyo is an independent member of the faculty with the freedom to organize his/her own laboratory. We seek outstanding researchers in experimental soft condensed matter which is an interdisciplinary research field of soft material, non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, and biological physics. These areas include: non-equilibrium behavior of soft matter, non-equilibrium phase transitions, stochastic thermodynamics, active matter, hydrodynamics and statistical mechanics of driven/active systems, and physical approach to biological systems.
The successful candidate should have a Ph.D. degree or equivalent, a strong research background, and teaching ability at the graduate school level in soft condensed matter physics. The candidate is expected to demonstrate his/her research ability and excellence, to develop an independent research program at an international level and to teach both undergraduate and graduate courses in Physics. We are committed to promoting the highest standards in scientific research and teaching irrespective of background and are interested in receiving applications from a broad range of candidates. The deadline for applications is August 18, 2017.
Applicants are required to prepare the following documents: (1) curriculum vitae, (2) list of publications, (3) copies of up to five publications, (4) statement of research achievements (up to 2 pages), (5) research plan (up to 2 pages) and (6) two person’s name, address, and e-mail address who agreed with writing reference letters if the personnel committee decided to assess.
For more details see http://www.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/recruit/?id=820
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