Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities
Employment Opportunities

Assistant Professor of Physics - Quantum Materials and Technologies

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Apply online (https://employment.unl.edu) to Requisition #F_230047

The Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) invites applications for a tenure-track position as assistant professor in the field of Quantum Materials and Technologies (QMT). UNL is Nebraska’s flagship land-grant university. It falls into the R1 Carnegie classification of Doctoral Universities with the highest research activity. As Nebraska’s capital, the city of Lincoln provides high-quality amenities and infrastructure at a relatively low cost of living. 

The vacant position complements a previous interdepartmental QMT cluster hire and manifests UNL’s aspiring efforts in the field of Quantum Science and Engineering, one of UNL’s eight institutionally-supported grand challenge themes. The QMT initiative builds upon expertise gathered within eighteen years of NSF support for UNL’s Materials Research Science and Engineering Center, and more than two decades of support of nanomaterials science through core facilities within the Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience and the Nebraska Nanoscale Facility, one of sixteen NSF-funded sites establishing the National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure. 

Minimum qualifications: The qualified candidate must have a PhD in physics or a related discipline, a strong track record of scholarly activity, and the potential for developing a high-impact, externally-funded research program. The candidate is expected to efficiently contribute to UNL’s collaborative research programs, notably the EPSCoR Center on Emergent Quantum Materials and Technologies. The candidate will demonstrate a strong interest in teaching physics courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The candidate will demonstrate collaborative research experience.

Preferred experience includes: An interest in developing an interdisciplinary curriculum which enables UNL’s students to obtain a certificate in quantum information science is appreciated. The candidate should have a broader interest in the interdisciplinary field of quantum information science. 

To "Apply for this Job" follow this link: https://employment.unl.edu/postings/84897. You will need to complete the application along with supplying the following documents
  • Curriculum Vitae, including list of publications
  • A statement of research (up to four pages) and teaching interests (up to two pages). Combine into one document and attach as "Other Document".
  • contact information for at least three references.