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Postdoctoral Research Associate will work on the development of the method of Diagrammatic Monte Carlo with applications to the Many Electron Problem.
The research on various aspects of Diagrammatic Monte Carlo: techniques of optimized diagram sampling, code development, advanced techniques of series resummation. The Postdoctoral Research Associate will participate in regular meetings of Simons Collaboration on Many Electron Problem, present research through informal talks and formal seminars, and travel as needed to present research and carry out collaborations with external collaborators.
Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education, Experience, Certifications, Licensure)
Applicants must have a Ph.D. in theoretical physics by the time of the appointment.
Documented experience with (i) quantum field-theoretical methods (Feynman diagrams) and (ii) advanced numerical simulations.
Physical Demands/Working Conditions
Typical Lab environment
Monday – Friday. 8:00am to 5:00pm
Minimum per the post doc contract for a full-time equivalent salary shall be $47,476.
Qualified applicants should submit a research statement containing a description of research interests and experience, with a special emphasis on the diagrammatic techniques and advanced numerical simulations; provide curriculum vitae; and arrange to have three letters of recommendation.
Applicant should apply by the deadline of February 15, 2019 to ensure priority consideration.
As part of a commitment to their own multicultural community, CNS seeks an individual with a demonstrated commitment to diversity and one who will understand and embrace university initiatives and aspirations. http://www.cns.umass.edu/diversity-equity-inclusion.
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