We are now recruiting appropriate candidates for different positions as listed below. We offer each qualified candidate independent research projects as well as competitive salary and benefits.
Different backgrounds of condensed matter physics will be considered, including, but not limited to: computational materials science, spintronics, topological phases of matter and quantum materials, etc. We are especially interested in candidates with experience of first-principle calculations, model Hamiltonian or programming.
• Research assistant professor
Ph. D. degree in physics or a closely related field is required, with a proven track record of scientific accomplishment. Exceptionally qualified candidates may be considered for appointment at a higher rank.
Ph. D. degree in physics or a closely related field is required. Exceptionally qualified candidates may be considered as for “outstanding postdoc scholarship”.
• Ph. D. students
Undergraduate or Master level. All Ph. D. students will be provided the research scholarship. Application and admission details can be found in the following:
SUSTech PhD Programs please see:
SUSTech Collaborative PhD Programs please see:
• Master Students (Now closed)
All graduate students will be provided the research scholarship.
We also welcome undergraduate students who have a passion for research, especially in theoretical condensed matter physics and computational materials science. Research projects could be provided for undergraduates as needed. Please send email to inquire.
Applicants should submit a detailed curriculum vitae to apply. A statement of research plan is recommended for Research assistant professor application. Review of applications continues until the position is filled. Potential candidates will be informed to prepare recommendation letters and further interview if necessary.