All positions are open for related theory projects in condensed matter physics, mesoscopics, and the physics of light. Among others the focus is on uncovering fundamental nonlinear and many-body processes in trapped atomic condensates, superconducting networks, metamaterials, quantum dot arrays, plasmonic and nanophotonic structures, mesoscopics, metal insulator transition and strongly correlated electron systems.
Experience in one or more of the following topics will be of benefit: disorder and interactions, exciton-polariton condensates, many-body localization, nonlinear nanophotonics, quantum stochastic dynamics, superconducting networks, topology + frustration + flatbands, transport in nanostructures, ultracold atomic gases, topological photonics, numerical calculations for strongly correlated systems, dynamical mean-field theory and impurity solvers.
Strong oral and written communication skills, excellent computational skills and the ability to effectively lead a research project with allocated center members are essential for all positions. Applicants should have a Ph.D. and postdoctoral research experience, and have strong interest to work in a multidisciplinary and dynamic research environment. The duration of the positions depends on the qualifications and the research project. Salary will commensurate with experience.
The consideration of applicants will begin immediately. Interested applicants should send an application including a cover letter, a CV (including a publication list), a research plan(Only for Research Fellow / Postdoctoral / Researcher / Ph.D Positions and 2-4 pages), and arrange for two recommendation letters to be sent to Dr. Sergej Flach via email (email@example.com).
About Center for Theoretical Physics of Complex Systems
Our center aims to take up the grand challenge and to create a world-class laboratory for the nonlinear classical and quantum dynamics of nano-structured systems, and to conduct cutting edge research on phenomena at the interfaces of applied and computational theoretical condensed matter physics and optics. We aim to cross-fertilize research on exciton-polariton condensates, superconducting networ...ks, quantum dot networks, ultracold atomic gases, optical waveguide networks, topology, frustration, flatband physics, Fano resonant nanoscale devices, artificial gauge fields, quantum ratchets, many body localization, disorder against interactions, artificial quasicrystals, nonintegrability, deterministic chaos, Arnold diffusion, KAM, coherence and decoherence, quantum stochastic dynamics, finite systems, targeted energy transfer, transport in nano structures, nonlinear nanophotonics, topological insulators, and more.