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Associate Professor Position in Computational Quantum Field Theory

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science (IMADA) at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) in Odense invites applications for a permanent associate professor position in computational quantum field theory. The position is expected to start around summer 2021. In addition to research, the position includes administrative responsibilities at the department as well as teaching and outreach activities in mathematics and applied mathematics.

We are seeking outstanding, experienced and competitive researchers who have a demonstrated track record of excellent research and the potential to attract significant funding. A successful applicant is expected to have a PhD and research background in mathematics or physics and documented experience of independent lecturing. A successful candidate is expected to be able to contribute to research within the Computational Quantum Theory group, and to interact productively and build collaborations with other research groups both inside and outside SDU. 

The Computational Quantum Field Theory group is part of the Computational Science section lead by Professor Claudio Pica. The current research activities within computational quantum field theory are focused on a variety of topics such as phase transitions of strongly coupled theories; physics beyond the standard model; collider phenomenology; conformal dynamics; precision Standard Model Physics; hadronic physics; development of algorithms for computational quantum field theory; development of codes for high-performance computing. 

There are four other main research sections at IMADA in addition to Computational science: Analysis; Algorithms; Data Science and Statistics; and Concurrency and Logic. 

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to join the established centres at IMADA, in particular
• the CP3-Origins centre of excellence, established by the Danish National Research Foundation and dedicated to the understanding of the origins of bright and dark matter in the universe;
• the SDU eScience Centre, dedicated to the development of research infrastructure technology and national provider in Denmark for High Performance Computing and cloud services. 

Deadline: 31 January 2021.

Please read the full call, including how to apply, on www.sdu.dk.


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