Postdoctoral positions in condensed matter theory are available at Prof. Kam Tuen Law’s group at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST).
Prof Law's research group is interested in general topics in solid state physics with emphasis on topological materials and superconductivity.
Their recent research topics include but are not limited to the study of Majorana fermions, unconventional superconductivity in transition metal dichalcogenides, moiré materials (such as twisted bilayer graphene and twisted transition metal dichalcogenides), and the electronic properties of noncentrosymmetric chiral and achiral crystals with strong spin-orbit coupling.
More information on Prof Law's research group can be found at : The positions are for two years and an extension to a third year is possible depending on funding availability.
The salary is highly competitive and commensurate with qualification. Medical insurance and contract end gratuity will be provided.
To apply for the positions, please send your CV, publication list and two letters of reference to phlaw ust.hk