The Department of Physics at New York University (NYU) invites applications for a faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor (tenure track) in theoretical particle physics, beginning in academic year 2021-2022, supported by the Simons Foundation's Simons Junior Faculty Fellows program and pending budgetary and administrative approval at NYU.
The search area is in quantum field theory, string theory, and gravity. It includes but is not limited to non-perturbative methods, modern amplitude techniques, and quantum information aspects of theories of fundamental interactions. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. or equivalent in physics or a closely related field at the time of appointment, should demonstrate a strong record of accomplishments in physics research, and show promise in teaching as well as in future research. Faculty members at NYU are expected to develop independent, forefront research programs for which they can attract external funding; teach undergraduate- and graduate-level courses; supervise student and postdoc participation in research; and serve in departmental governance.
Interested candidates should apply here with a letter describing current and planned research and teaching activities, a curriculum vita, a list of publications and the names of three references. Review of applications will begin on December 1, 2020. More information about the Department's research programs can be found at http://physics.as.nyu.edu/.
Because equity and inclusion is important to our institution, in their research and teaching statement applicants should address what they have done to promote diversity and inclusion in teaching, research, and/or community engagement. Applicants are invited to share how issues of equity and inclusion have impacted their lives, as well as how the applicant would bring these perspectives to bear on the teaching and programming of the NYU Department of Physics.
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Applicants must hold a Ph.D. or equivalent in physics or a closely related field at the time of appointment, should demonstrate a strong record of accomplishments in physics research, and show promise in teaching as well as in future research.
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