Nonlinear Optics (OL), Quantum Optical Science and Technology (OQ)
Years of Experience:
The University of Tokyo invites applications for a Research Assistant Professor position beginning on April 1, 2019 or earlier. Preference will be given to candidate with expertise in the field of quantum optics or nonlinear optics (more specifically, optical squeezing), but we will consider creative candidates who show extraordinary accomplishments in research in any area of science. A Ph.D. or equivalent degree is required by date of hire. Applicants should prepare a curriculum vitae, a summary of previous research, copies of selected publications, and a list of the names of references and send them to Department Chair. A hired faculty member will work closely with Prof. Keisuke Goda and his research staff and students in Goda Lab.
1. Position Level: Research Assistant Professor
2. Areas of Research: Quantum Optics (Optical Squeezing) or Nonlinear Optics 3. Position Start Date: April 1, 2019 or earlier 4. Term: 3 years (with an optional extension of up to 2 years)
5. Application Materials:
Include the following application materials and send them to Department Chair Mitsuhiko Shionoya before the application deadline.
(1) Curriculum vitae (including lists of publications, talks, awards, grants, etc.) (2) Summary of previous research (2 pages) (3) Copies of selected publications (up to 5 publications) (4) List of the names of references (minimum 2 references)
6. Application Deadline: December 31, 2018
7. Contact Information:
Professor Keisuke Goda
8. Application Submission:
Send the application materials in a single file to Department Chair Mitsuhiko Shionoya at email@example.com. Make sure that you write “Application for the research assistant professor position in quantum/nonlinear optics” in the subject line of your e-mail.
Professor Mitsuhiko Shionoya Department of Chemistry School of Science University of Tokyo
Qualifications: Ph.D. or equivalent in any field of science or engineering
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