Piotr Sułkowski

Piotr Sułkowski is a theoretical physicist, a professor and a leader of a research group at the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw (Poland), and a visiting faculty at the California Institute of Technology (USA). His research interests include mathematical physics, quantum field theory and string theory, and occasionally biophysics. He is also involved is science popularization.

 

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  • Assistant professor (adjunct) position. Institute of Theoretical Physics at the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland, is seeking to appoint a scientist with a recognized research record and an innovative research plan in theoretical physics that is complementary to the research conducted in the Institute of Theoretical Physics. A PhD degree obtained in the area of theoretical physics and at least one-year employment in academic or research institution after the PhD are required for this position. Previous experience in teaching at a university level is mandatory. Priority will be given to candidates who have received a doctoral degree within the last 10 years.

    The successful candidate is expected to conduct research in theoretical physics and to be successful in attaining external funds for research projects. He or she must demonstrate a commitment to excellence in teaching introductory courses, as well as advanced courses pertaining to his/her field of specialization. The number of teaching hours is 210 per academic year.

    This is an offer for a full-time position. Depending on qualifications of the candidate, the employment contract will be either for a fixed term (up to 33 months with possible extension) or for an indefinite term. The employee will undergo periodic evaluations. The position will be available starting from the 1st of October 2022.

    For details see: https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/664317

  • Anyone looking for a postdoctoral position can apply for the POLONEZ BIS grant (see the link for all details). The application deadline is December 15, 2021 (however the application documents in our university should be prepared a couple of weeks earlier). If you are interested please send e-mail to psulkows[at]fuw.edu.pl.

    POLONEZ BIS, coordinated by the Polish National Science Centre under Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND, is a postdoctoral Fellowship Programme addressed to excellent, experienced researchers interested in developing their professional skills within the best research institutions in Poland.

    The POLONEZ BIS programme is open to candidates of any research background, discipline or nationality. The programme plans to recruit 120 scientists with a PhD degree or equivalent research experience, and who have lived or worked outside Poland for at least 2 years within the last three years prior to the call announcement. Selected fellows will be offered 2-year full-time employment contracts to work on projects combining basic research with an international or cross-sectoral secondment phase.

    Fellows will be independent in choosing the topic and discipline of the project. They will collaborate with outstanding supervisors at an academic or non-academic host institution of their choice. The programme guarantees successful fellows attractive employment conditions – the monthly allowance of € 4,465 gross and an additional research grant up to € 100 000 for the implementation of a 2-year project.

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