The Flatiron Institute’s Center for Computational Quantum Physics (CCQ) invites applications for an Associate Research Scientist position in the field of Computational Theory of Materials with Strong Electron Correlations. Applicants should have a strong background in the development and use of the combination of computational electronic structure theory and computational many-body methods for explaining and predicting properties of materials with strong electronic correlations.
Associate research scientists at CCQ are typically appointed for an initial three-year period, with a possible extension for an additional three years. Promotion to a non term-limited research scientist position is possible upon review. Review of applications will start on or about December 1, 2019.
The Center for Computational Quantum Physics (CCQ) of the Simons Foundation’s Flatiron Institute, invites applications for multiple Flatiron Research Fellow postdoctoral positions. The initial appointment is for two years with possible renewal for a third year. Starting dates are flexible, typically between July 2020 and December 2020. For full consideration, it is recommended to submit an application by Nov 15, 2019.
The Department of Physics at New York University, jointly with the Center for Computational Quantum Physics (CCQ) of the Simons Foundation’s Flatiron Institute, invites applications for a position in the general area of theoretical/computational quantum condensed matter and atomic molecular and optical physics. The position is a 50-50 joint appointment between New York University and CCQ, with the appointee spending half of her or his effort in each place. At NYU the opening is at the tenure track Assistant Professor level and, at CCQ, it is at the Associate Research Scientist level. The position is based at the Simons Foundation and NYU offices in New York City. It is expected that, subject to satisfactory progress in research, the Associate Research Scientist Appointment will continue for the duration of the NYU untenured faculty appointment. The holder of this joint appointment will be considered for promotion to a full time NYU tenured professorship according to NYU’s standard policies and procedures.