Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, as a premiere research center at National Taiwan University, has immediate openings for tenure-track faculty positions. Rank of faculty positions will match the candidate qualifications. Applicants with excellent credentials in cutting edge condensed matter research fields, such as emerging materials or advanced spectroscopic and microscopic techniques, in both fundamental and applied aspects, will be considered.
Applicants should send (1) resume,
(2) publication list,
(3) research plans and
(4) three letters of recommendation
Director, Dr. Michitoshi Hayashi Center for Condensed Matter Sciences National Taiwan University, Taipei 106, Taiwan Center Assistant: Wei-Lin Chou, Email: email@example.com Phone: (02) 3366-5201 Fax: (02) 2365-5404
Closing date for applications is Nov. 30, 2018
About Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, National Taiwan University
The fields of research in CCMS encompass physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, chemical engineering, materials science, etc. Expertise of research groups and labs includes electron microscopy, magneto-electronics, semiconductor physics, organic polymer materials, inorganic materials, laser spectroscopy and surface science. Currently, we have 12 regular research faculty members (and/or professors), 7 additional faculty members through joint appointments, 2 NSC research scholars, more than 20 postdoctoral associates, and over 100 graduate students and assistants. In the last five years, over 100 research projects have been completed, and over 100 students have obtained M.S. and Ph.D. degrees based on studies carried out at CCMS. More than 200 scholars from various departments and universities have participated in various projects. In recent years, the research work at CCMS has been focused in the following two areas: (1) emergent materials and advanced devices, and (2) spectro-microscopy.
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