UNSW Sydney is Australia’s ‘Global University’, home to more than 55,000 students from over 120 countries. UNSW Sydney is a research-intensive university ranked amongst the world’s top 50 universities (QS rankings 2017), and is committed to improving and transforming lives through excellence in research, outstanding education and advancing a just society.
The School of Physics seeks to expand its theoretical and experimental atomic, molecular and optical (AMO) capabilities by appointing a world leading researcher in the field of Nano-Scale Quantum Optics. The position merges atomic and condensed matter physics and links synergistically with existing strengths in solid-state quantum physics.
The appointed candidate(s) will establish a world-class Nano-Scale & Quantum Optics research cluster, including the recruitment of two additional tenure-track hires at UNSW, and open up pathways for a future large scale research centre. This appointment sits within the University’s prestigious SHARP campaign, which aims to attract and appoint the world’s leading researchers to key areas of strategic importance to the University. Exceptional funding and support are reserved to secure the best candidates for the position.
UNSW Science is where the best minds come to do their best work. It is committed to excellence and celebrates work that helps create a better world, both locally and globally, attracting the best students and scientists from around the world. Based on UNSW Sydney’s main campus in Kensington, the Faculty of Science is a community of more than 7,500 academic and 320 professional staff dedicated to working together to push the boundaries of scientific knowledge. Innovation, technology and creativity are at the heart of UNSW Sydney, enabling them to host ground-breaking research across the full spectrum of disciplines and foster strong collaborative links with industry and business.
For further information on the role, please visit www.perrettlaver.com/candidates quoting reference 2164/30.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with seniority
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