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Full, Associate or Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) in Quantum Matter Physics

University of Geneva
Faculty of Science

WorkplaceGeneva, Lake Geneva region, Switzerland
Job Start01.01.2021, or upon mutual agreement.

The Faculty of Science at the University of Geneva, Switzerland has an opening for a position as

The Department of Quantum Matter Physics (DQMP) at the University of Geneva offers a highly dynamic and stimulating environment and is renowned for its research at the forefront of electronic materials.

Your Tasks

The department is looking for a highly-qualified and strongly motivated scientist (physicist specialized in materials, or solid state chemist,) with the ambition to establish a world-class research program built around the synthesis and investigation of materials with innovative electronic properties. The applicant is expected to have a keen interest in establishing collaborations with other groups working in the field of electronic materials at the DQMP. The successful candidate will benefit from excellent starting conditions, including existing infrastructure and expertise for the growth and physical characterization of crystals as well as start-up funds.


PhD or equivalent. Track record of scientific achievements including publications in high-ranked international journals.

Contact and Address

Applications should include : Cover letter, detailed CV together with a list of publications highlighting the 5 most important publications, copy of highest degrees/diploma, research and teaching statements, list of referees who can later be contacted directly by the search committee. Recommendation letters are not requested for now.

Applications should be submitted exclusively on-line at the following address : https://jobs.unige.ch before 31.05.2020 (0:00 Geneva time). APPLICATIONS SENT BY EMAIL SHALL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

Complementary information may be obtained at the following e-mail address : scienceopeningsunige.ch.

Applications from women are particularly welcome.


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