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Postdoctoral Position on Time-resolved THz spectroscopy of semiconductors is available

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Postdoctoral Position on Time-resolved THz spectroscopy of semiconductors

The Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences is looking for a new colleague to join the terahertz spectroscopy group to carry out far-field and near-field time-resolved experiments in the terahertz lab. The position is linked to a research grant “Solid state physics for the 21st century”, research program “Nanoelectronics”.

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Send your application to kariera @ fzu.cz by November 7 (2021), and include

The starting date is between January and March 2022 (depending on the mutual agreement and visa procedure). The contract is offered until end of June 2023.

General employment questions should be addressed to Lucie Beránková (berankova @ fzu.cz), research-related enquiries to Petr Kuzel (kuzelp @ fzu.cz).

About the Institute

The Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences (FZU) is a public research institution specializing in fundamental and applied research in physics, especially, condensed matter physics, solid state physics, optics, plasma physics, laser physics and elementary particle physics. FZU is the largest institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences with more than 1300 employees, including a considerable number of international scientists. As a public research institution, FZU contributes to increasing the level of knowledge, to the quality of education, and to applications of research findings in practice. In April 2019, FZU has become a holder of the certificate HR Excellence in Research Award, which is awarded by the European Commission. FZU has thus ranked among the group of prestigious European institutions having the right to use this certificate. More information is available at Why FZU? | FZU.

Further information: Petr Kužel (kuzelp @ fzu.cz), tel. (+420) 266 052 176