Postdoctoral position(s) in High Energy Theory

Updated: about 23 hours ago
Location: Republic, KANSAS
Deadline: 18 Dec 2021
Position ID:APCTP -Junior Research Group -POSTDOC [#20389]
Position Title: 
Position Type:Postdoctoral
Position Location:Pohang, Kyongsang-bukto 37673, Korea, The Republic of [map ]
Subject Areas: Theoretical Physics / Holographic Dualities , Conformal Field Theory , Higher Spin Gravity , Quantum information/quantum matter , Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev model , String theory
High-Energy Theory / Strongly-correlated Quantum Field Theory , Theoretical High-Energy , String Theory , AdS/CFT , Entanglement entropy and information theory , Holography , Quantum Field Theory , quantum gravity
Quantum Gravity
Appl Deadline:2021/12/18 11:59PM * (posted 2021/11/04)
Position Description:  Apply    
The Junior Research Group (JRG), “Holography and Black Holes”, of Asia Pacific Centre for Theoretical Physics (APCPT), Pohang, Korea invites applications for a postdoctoral fellow position. This position is available from April 2022, but the starting date of the appointment is negotiable (e.g. fall 2022). 
APCTP , founded in 1996, is an international organization dedicated to excellence in research and the training of young scientists in the Asia-Pacific region. APCTP offers a great research environment with strong connections to a number of active theoretical and experimental research groups at the Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH ). APCTP has broad international agreements with many leading institutions around the globe for scientific exchanges. 
 The Junior Research Group (JRG) " Holography and Black Holes" led by the JRG leader, prof. Junggi Yoon , has a broad interest on theoretical high energy physics. The postdoctoral fellow will primarily collaborate with Junggi Yoon on various topics in holography such as (but not limited to) 
  • Large N models
  • Black hole information problem
  • Low-dimensional quantum gravity
  • Higher spin gravity
  • Quantum chaos
  • Open quantum systems
  • TTbar deformation, etc. 

 The appointment is initially for one year but will be extended up to two additional years depending on the research performance. 
Review of application will continue until the positions are filled, but priority will be given to the application received by 18 Dec. 2021.
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