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J. Michael Kosterlitz Postdoctoral Fellowship at Brown University

2017-08-24T09:23:44+02:00Tags: , , , , , , , |

The Department of Physics at Brown University is inviting applications for the J. Michael Kosterlitz Postdoctoral Fellowship. This prestigious fellowship will give outstanding condensed matter theorists an opportunity to work with Prof. J. M. Kosterltiz and the theory group (http://www.brown.edu/academics/physics/areas-research/condensed-matter-theory/condensed-matter-theory) at Brown. The condensed matter theory faculty are engaged in research in hard and soft

Technologically relevant quantum materials, Trieste 19-20 December 2016

2016-11-16T20:19:02+02:00Tags: |

Deadlines: Abstract submission for poster presentation: November 17, 2016 (Extended) Registration: November 18, 2016. The workshop will address the emergent phenomena in novel materials with high technological potential and discuss the new frontiers of quantum materials growth and the development of state of the art facilities to integrate the co-located research infrastructure for the materials characterization and for

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, The University of Queensland, Australia

2015-11-24T10:07:03+02:00Tags: , , |

The Theoretical Condensed Matter Group is a vibrant group within the School of Mathematics and Physics, supporting research in the quantum many-body theory of complex materials ranging from superconducting organic charge transfer salts to fluorescent proteins. The position reports to Professor Ross McKenzie. His research interests can be viewed on his UQ Researchers page at:http://researchers.uq.edu.au/researcher/915.

Summer school 2016: Computational methods for Quantum Materials

2015-11-10T00:01:00+02:00Tags: , , |

We would like to draw your attention and that of your graduate students to the following summer school on Computational Methods for Quantum Materials. Deadline for registration is January 15 2016. http://pitp.physics.ubc.ca/confs/sherbrooke2016/index.html This School will focus on computational tools for both models and ab-initio methods that deal with so-called "quantum materials" whose spectacular properties, ranging