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Research Associate-I Physics Jobs in Kolkata - IACS

Kolkata
M Phil / Ph.D
Last Date to Apply: 21-06-2019
Research Associate-I Physics - Job Details Date of Posting: 08-06-2019

Research Associate-I Physics recruitment in Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS)  

Essential Qualifications: The candidate should have obtained his/her Ph.D. degree in the field of experimental condensed matter physics. 

Those who have submitted his/her thesis and waiting for the degree will not be considered. 

Preference will be given to the candidates with research expertise in cryogenics and instrument development. Beside the above, experience in studying magnetic and transport properties of superconducting materials will be useful. The appointee will pursue research in wide range of topics in experimental condensed matter physics, including, but not limited to, superconductors and topological materials. Details of the research activities and the current publication list can be found in,

Number of post  :1

Fellowship  : As per rules of the Institute.

Duration: Initial appointment for the one year and may be extended further depending on the performance.

Shortlisted candidates will be called for interview.


How To Apply ForResearch Associate-I Physics recruitment in Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS)  

Application may send their application containing complete bio-date including publication list to  Dr. Mintu Mondal, School of Physical Sciences, IACS, via e-mail: sspmm4@iacs.res.in with cc to mmondal.phys@gmail.com latest by 21st June, 2018.


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Founded on July 29, 1876 by Dr Mahendra Lal Sircar, IACS is the oldest institute in India devoted to the pursuit of fundamental research in the frontier areas of basic sciences. Professor C V Raman worked at IACS during 1907 to 1933, and it is here that he discovered the celebrated Effect that bears his name and for which he was awarded Nobel Prize in Physics in 1930.