The Department of Physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison invites applicants for the tenured-level, Martin L. Perl Endowed Professorship, beginning August 2019 or later. Preference will be given to highly qualified applicants with research in the area of ultrafast science exploiting X-ray free electron lasers and related technologies to study physical phenomena. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Physics or closely related and possess extensive experience and be able to demonstrate a track record of innovation and world-class research accomplishments as well as having teaching credentials which meet the requirements for full or associate professor with tenure as determined by the Executive Committee of the Physical Sciences Division. The successful candidate will be expected to perform teaching, service duties, and continued high-impact scholarly research in the Department of Physics. Undergraduate and graduate classroom and individual instruction as well as supervision of graduate thesis research will also be required. Professional and university service is required as appropriate. UW-Madison is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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