National Tsing Hua University, Physics Department

Position ID:NTHU-Phys-CMTPD [#20878]
Position Title: Postdoctoral researcher in CMT
Position Type:Postdoctoral
Position Location:Hsinchu, Hsinchu 300, Taiwan [map]
Subject Areas: Physics / Condensed Matter Theory, Holographic Condensed Matter Systems, Physics, Quantum Computation, Quantum Condensed Matter Theory, Quantum Dynamics, Quantum Field Theory, Quantum Hydrodynamics, Quantum Transport in topological phases, spin-orbit coupling, Superconductivity, Theoretical atomic physics, theoretical condensed matter physics, ultracold quantum gases, Condensed Matter Physics, Quantum Computing, Quantum Transport, Statistical Mechanics, Statistical physics
Appl Deadline:2022/04/30 11:59PMhelp popup (posted 2021/12/27)
Position Description:    

Postdoc positions in condensed matter theory are available at National Tsing-Hua University (Taiwan). The successful candidate will mainly work with Prof. Yi-Ping Huang. We also encourage interacting with other faculties in the physics department. The position is for two years with a possible one-year extension upon mutual agreement.

Yi-Ping Huang's group is interested in several topics, including correlated effects in topological phases of matter, quantum magnetism, strong spin-orbit coupled materials, superconductivity, disorder systems, and non-equilibrium dynamics.

For information about Prof. Yi-Ping Huang's research, please see

Applicants with interests or backgrounds in topological order, spin-orbit coupled materials, many-body localization, quantum information theory, quantum field theory, tensor networks, non-equilibrium many-body theories are very welcome to apply. Start dates are flexible. The applicant should submit • A cover letter • A curriculum vitae including a list of publications • A research Statement • Three recommendation letters

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Further Info:
Department of Physics and Institute of Astronomy,
National Tsing Hua University,
Hsinchu, Taiwan