[Neutron] Position as a Professor in Physics with Focus on Magnetism, Lund University
joachim.schnadt at sljus.lu.se
Fri Jul 8 17:35:06 CEST 2016
PROFESSORSHIP IN PHYSICS WITH FOCUS ON MAGNETISM at LUND UNIVERSITY, SWEDEN,
ref. no. PA2016/374
Applications are invited for a permanent faculty position, at the rank of
Full Professor, in the area of magnetism. The position is placed in the
Division of Synchrotron Radiation Research, Department of Physics, Faculty
of Science at Lund University, Lund, Sweden.
Lund University is the host of the national Swedish MAX IV Laboratory for
synchrotron radiation (www.maxiv.lu.se) and the European Spallation Source,
which is being built on the outskirts of Lund
(www.europeanspallationsource.se). These two facilities, together with Lund
Universitys own materials science laboratories, will create a strong,
globally unique environment for research on novel, correlated materials. We
are a leading research division with current research activities which
include surface science, microscopy and characterisation of nanostructure
and surface chemical processes (www.sljus.lu.se).
The new professor will initiate new research on magnetism which can exploit
the possibilities for neutron scattering/spectroscopy that the ESS will
bring and which can take advantage of the possibilities for synchrotron
radiation experiments at the MAX IV facility. Educational developments
along these lines are also included in the duties.
A PhD and significant evidence of excellence in research in experimental
magnetism and the potential for effective teaching are required.
Responsibilities include the supervision of graduate students, as well as
teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The effective date of
appointment is negotiable.
The application review process will begin on September 15, 2016, and we
anticipate a decision after interviews in late 2016. Lund University
respects, appreciates and encourages diversity. We welcome applications from
all qualified individuals including women, members of visible minorities,
Aboriginal peoples and persons with disabilities. All qualified candidates
are encouraged to apply.
University employees are entitled to full Swedish social benefits, including
full parental and medical leave, affordable child care and after-school
programs. Lund has international schools up to and including high school
For further details, a full account of the required qualifications and
assessment criteria, and a link to the application system, please refer to
prof Joachim Schnadt
Avdelningen för synkrotronljusfysik
221 00 Lund
Tel +46 46 22 23925
e-mail <mailto:joachim.schnadt at sljus.lu.se> joachim.schnadt at sljus.lu.se
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