Location: Trento, Italy
Postdoc position in theoretical and computational physics at the University of Trento
The laboratory of Theoretical and Computational Physics at the University of Trento (Italy) is seeking a Postdoctoral Researcher to join one of the ongoing activities on: Theory of fundamental interactions (Numerical Relativity; Relativistic theories of gravitation; Astroparticle physics; Phenomenology and collider physics), Nuclear and subnuclear physics (QCD, hadrons and parton dynamics; few-and many-body systems), Physics of Matter (Quantum gases; Physics of biomolecular systems).
The position is for one year (starting no later than December 2nd 2013) and it is renewable for another year (subject to funds availability).
The deadline for application is September 9th 2013. Applicants should have a PhD in an area pertinent to the research fields listed above.
Application and required documents:
1) Completed application form to be downloaded at http://www.unitn.it/en/ateneo/bando/30860/department-of-physics-call-for-the-selections-for-the-awarding-of-no-1-research-fellowship-decree-no
2) Research program
3) Curriculum vitae
4) List of publications
5) Letters of reference (max. 3)
All documents must be sent
1. by fax to +39 0461 281699
2. by email to ateneo[AT]pec.unitn.it from an institutional email address
Those using fax may send extended files containing only research program, curriculum vitae, list of publications in zipped form to ateneo[AT]pec.unitn.it. The reference letters must be sent from the reference persons directly to Marco.Traini[AT]unitn.it.
The University of Trento is ranked among the top 5 universities in Italy (first for quality of research according to national rankings). The city of Trento is located on the Italian Dolomites and it is very well connected with several destinations in Italy and Europe.
More information about the Physics Department of the University of Trento can be found at: http://www.unitn.it/en/dphys
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