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UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN
THE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND COMPUTING SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
SUPA Lectureship in PHYSICS AND LIFE SCIENCES (PaLS) ... more
This position will be held at the University of Strathclyde, the Nanoscience Division in the Department of Physics.
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This position will be held at the University of Aberdeen, School of Natural and Computing Sciences.
For information about requirements and how to apply, please visit the website
Informal enquiries about this position should be made to Professor Celso Grebogi email@example.com
The School of Natural and Computing Sciences is one of three Schools within the College of Physical Sciences. The School covers the disciplines of Physics, Chemistry, Computing Sciences, and Mathematics.
Applications are invited from Physicists with a PhD or equivalent qualification in the area of nonlinear dynamical systems to underpin the multi- and interdisciplinary research effort in Physics and Life Sciences at the School. Expertise in the theory of dynamical systems, classical chaotic dynamics, complex and neural networks, modelling of chaotic and complex systems from recurrence time series, synchronization, theory of information applied to dynamical systems, protein folding in statistical mechanics, data analysis of experimental nonlinear and complex systems are particularly desirable to enable active collaboration with other staff appointed recently and working on physics and life sciences.
This post is partly funded by the Scottish Funding Council through SUPA (Scottish Universities Physics Alliance www.supa.ac.uk ). Confidential and informal enquiries regarding the nature of this post may be made to Prof. Celso Grebogi, Director of the Institute for Complex Systems and Mathematical Biology (tel. +44 (0) 1224 272791), email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online application forms and further particulars are available from www.abdn.ac.uk/jobs.
Applications are invited for the post of Professor in Experimental Quantum Information Technology within the Optics Division in the Department of Physics at the University of Strathclyde. The position will extend and complement the Department’s existing strong research programme in quantum information theory and ultra-cold atom experiments. The position is part of a wider SUPA (Scottish Universities Physics Alliance) initiative seeking to establish University of Strathclyde as the focus for the Scottish activities in Quantum Information, which include active research programmes at Glasgow, St. Andrews and Heriot-Watt Universities.
You will be based in the Department of Physics at the University of Strathclyde but be expected to develop and strengthen links within the University and across SUPA. You will be expected to build up an internationally leading research activity, attract significant funding, publish in leading journals and contribute to teaching and to the strategic management of the Department.
With a PhD (or equivalent) in Physics or a related subject, you will have an excellent track record of publication in highly rated academic journals, of securing research funding and of delivering teaching at all levels.
For an application pack visit http://vacancies.strath.ac.uk or contact Human Resources, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow G1 1XQ. Tel. 0141 553 4133, quoting ref: JA/44/2010.
We are looking to appoint a Chair to provide leadership at the interface between Physics and the Life Sciences (PALS), a new SUPA-wide theme established in 2009. The Chair will develop a plan for the development of PaLS within Edinburgh, and work closely with colleagues across the SUPA institutions to develop a robust, internationally recognised pan-Scotland PaLS programme.
You will be based in the Institute for Condensed Matter and Complex Systems and it will be an advantage if you wish to interact with existing group members. Collaboration with other Institutes (Astronomy, Particle and Nuclear) as well as other Schools within the University of Edinburgh (e.g. Chemistry, Biology, Medicine) is also welcome.
The opportunity for extensive Knowledge Exchange activities within the PaLS theme has been recognised by the SUPA International Advisory Committee, and the appointee will provide leadership in this area in collaboration with colleagues within Edinburgh and across the SUPA institutions.
Salary Scale: Salary in the professorial range
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Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Strathclyde, John Anderson Research Leadership Scheme (JARL2)
The Centre for Microsystems and Photonics at Strathclyde has received substantial funding to invest in high-quality personnel and infrastructure and is now seeking to make an academic appointment in the area of innovative laser and photonic systems to support low carbon technologies.
The focus of the post-holder’s research will be on the themes of (i) advanced laser technologies and systems and (ii) photonic measurement and instrumentation. The emphasis will be on developing and applying these technologies in a wide range of engineering systems designed to help curb carbon emissions and support renewable generation. View more information...
The post will include teaching, supervision and administration as specified by the Head of Department. Applicants will have a good honours degree in a relevant branch of Engineering or Science and a PhD or recent post-doctoral experience in laser and photonics based sensing and instrumentation.