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Date: Fri Nov 22 12:52:19 2019
Subject: 19.11.22 Assistant/Associate Professor in theoretical/computational electronic structure
The Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Delaware
( invites  applications for an Assistant
or Associate Professor in theoretical/computational electronic
structure. All areas of modern ab initio and many-body methods applied
to realistic materials or molecular systems will be given thorough
consideration, including density functional theory; time-dependent
density functional theory; many-body perturbation theory and
coupled-cluster methods; GW-Bethe-Salpeter equation; dynamical mean
field theory; and Quantum Monte Carlo. Applicants must have a Ph.D.
and/or postdoctoral training in condensed matter physics, quantum
chemistry, materials science or related discipline, as well as a proven
track record in developing new methods and/or their implementation using
high performance computing. The applicants are expected to demonstrate
the potential for creative and outstanding scholarship and teaching, and
a commitment to diversity and inclusion.  Review of applications will
begin on 1 November 2019 and continue until the position is filled. This
theoretical/computational faculty position is one of the positions
within a cluster (the other two positions are for experimental faculty
in condensed matter physics or materials science). A description of the
context for these three searches can be found with the link for
submitting applications at:

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