Assistant Professor, Experimental Ultrafast Laser Science
Kansas State University
The Department of Physics at Kansas State University seeks a faculty member in an area of experimental ultrafast laser science who is expected to join the Department of Energy-funded efforts at the J.R. Macdonald Laboratory (JRML). An applicant's AMO physics research focus should thus complement these efforts and fit within the JRML group research theme. A brief description of current research and publications in the JRML can be found at https://jrm.phys.ksu.edu/.
The successful candidate will be appointed at the rank of tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Physics Department. The candidate must present credentials that will justify appointment at this level, including a Ph.D. or equivalent in AMO physics or a related discipline, also demonstrate a strong commitment to teaching and mentoring students and to serving a diverse population.
The Department has outstanding experimental and theoretical AMO physics programs, directed by 11 faculty members. It has extensive laser and accelerator facilities in the JRML that are being used to address an array of questions at the forefront of AMO science.
Applications, including a cover letter, CV, statements of research and teaching interests as well as contact information of at least three references should be submitted to: http://careers.k-state.edu/cw/en-us/job/502370/assistant-professor-physics.
Screening of applicants will begin on November 10, 2017, and continue until the position is filled. Background checks are required.
Kansas State University is an affirmative action equal opportunity employer and actively seeks diversity among its employees.
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