Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam is looking for candidates with a background in graviational-wave instrumentation to apply for one of four assistant professor positions in mechanical engineering. The deadline for applications is the 31.01.2023.
This is a tenure track position leading to a permant employment with a typical academic career track in Amsterdam. The successful candidate will join the team working towards realising the Einstein Telescope and be embedded in the physics department at the university and in the graviatonal wave group at Nikhef (similar to current staff member Conor Mow-Lowry and myself). Note that, although the position refers to 'mechanical engineering', The university is looking for a physicist to work in a physics research group.
Please contact a.freise(at)nikhef.nl if you have questions.
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