Open Rank Tenure Track faculty position in Experimental Soft Condensed Matter Physics
Department of Physics
University of Massachusetts Amherst
The Department of Physics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst invites applications for a tenure-stream professor position at any level in soft-condensed matter experiment, to begin as early as September 2020. The department has a vibrant, collaborative group of faculty working in many areas of soft condensed matter, both theory and experiment. We seek candidates with an ambitious research plan, who will complement existing strength in soft and quantum condensed matter and biophysics and will take advantage of the broad research activity of our campus in soft materials.
The candidate must have a PhD in Physics or a related discipline and be able to teach physics at all levels in classroom and research settings.
Review of applications will begin on December 6, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled.
To apply, submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, the names and contact information of three references, and statements of research plans, teaching interests, and a Statement of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. The Diversity Statement should identify past experiences and future goals. These contributions may result from lived experiences, scholarships, and/or mentoring, teaching, and outreach activities (https://www.cns.umass.edu/diversity-equity-inclusion).
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