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Job Opportunities(PD)

【B01】Last updated:2017/Mar/14(THU)
1. Title and affiliation: Postdoctoral Fellow, Faculty of Science, Kyoto Sangyo University
2. Host group: Professor Kouji Segawa
3. Research project: Topological Materials Science” (July 2015-March 2020 ), Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas, MEXT, Japan. This position belongs to Core Research Group B01 “Investigation of novel topological phases based on symmetry”.
4. Description of the project: Description of the project: Experimental research on topological insulator/superconductor and their related materials. In particular, materials synthesis of single crystals and/or thin films by the sputtering method.
5. Duration of contract : Renewable every academic year, starting on or after April 1 2017. It may be extended up until March 2020, depending on the performance.
6. Qualifications: Applicant must have a Ph.D. or an equivalent degree at the time of the appointment. It is better that the Ph.D has been granted within these 3 years. Because the main scope of this position is materials synthesis, a candidate who has a chemist background is also applicable.
7. Terms of contract: Terms of contract: The salary will be between 2.88 – 4.08 million JPY per year, depending on the experience.
8. How to apply How to apply : Submit the completed PD application form(form B) in PDF format to Kouji Segawa (segawa [at] cc.kyoto-su.ac.jp).
9. application deadline May 31 (Wed), 2017, 17:00 Japan Standard Time.
10. Contact Kouji Segawa E-mail : segawa[at]cc.kyoto-su.ac.jp
【A01】Last updated:2016/Jul/15(FRI)
The application has been closed.
1. Title and affiliation: Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Materials Engineering Science, Osaka University
2. Host group: Condensed Matter Theory Group (Fujimoto-Mizushima group)
3. Research project: Topological Materials Science” (July 2015-March 2020), Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas, MEXT, Japan. This position belongs to Core Research Group A01 “Topological phases of strongly correlated materials”.
4. Description of the project: Theoretical investigation of novel topological phenomena in correlated electron systems.
5. Duration of contract : from April 1 2017 to March 31 2019
6. Qualifications: Applicant must have a Ph.D. or an equivalent degree at the time of the appointment.
7. Terms of contract: The salary is about JPY 4,550,000 per year.
8. How to apply Submit the following documents in PDF format to
Satoshi Fujimoto e-mail:fuji[at]mp.es.osaka-u.ac.jp
(a) CV,
(b) Lists of publications,
(c) Summary of achievements,
(d) Research plans.
9. application deadline August 31(Wed.), 2016, 17:00 Japan Standard Time. The selection may be made as soon as a successful candidate is found.
10. Contact Satoshi Fujimoto E-mail : fuji[at]mp.es.osaka-u.ac.jp
【C01】Last updated:2015/Nov/16(MON)
The application has been closed.
1. Title and affiliation: Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University
2. Host group: Condensed Matter Theory Group (Associate Professor Kentaro Nomura)
3. Research project: Topological Materials Science” (July 2015-March 2020), Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas, MEXT, Japan. This position belongs to Core Research Group C01 “Transport phenomena in topological material nanostructures”.

4. Description of the project: Theoretical investigation of novel quantum transport phenomena of Dirac and Weyl fermions
5. Duration of contract : Renewable every academic year, starting on or after April 1 2016. It may be extended up until March 2019, depending on the performance.
6. Qualifications: Applicant must have a Ph.D. or an equivalent degree at the time of the appointment.
7. Terms of contract: The salary is about JPY 4,200,000 per year.
8. How to apply Submit the completed PD application form(form B) in PDF format to Kentaro Nomura (nomura mail).
9. application deadline December 4(Fri), 2015, 17:00 Japan Standard Time. The selection may be made as soon as a successful candidate is found.
10. Contact Kentaro Nomura E-mail : nomura[at]imr.tohoku.ac.jp