|Location:||King's Coll. London, Dept. Math|
|Contact:||Anninos, Dionysios Theodoros|
The theoretical physics group at King’s College London is actively searching for excellent candidates to be nominated for several prestigious long-term fellowships to begin in the Fall of 2022. There is a possibility that a successful fellowship application would lead to a permanent position.
These fellowships include:
The theoretical physics group at King’s College London Mathematics Department consists of 10 permanent members (Anninos, Drukker, Doyon, Gromov, Herzog, Lambert, Murthy, Papadopoulos, Watts, West) with Kravchuk and another lecturer scheduled to join in the 2021/22 academic year, as well as a large cohort of postdocs and Ph.D. students. The group focuses on a wide variety of research topics including string theory, supersymmetry, solvable quantum field theories, classical and quantum aspects of black holes, and cosmological spacetimes.
Expressions of interest comprising a cover letter, a one-page draft research proposal, and a link to an inspire/google scholar profile should be submitted at:
Please indicate which fellowships you are interested in or are best suited for and which members of the group could serve as your host.
The deadline for consideration to the first 5 fellowships listed above is 21st of June 2021 and for the remaining is Oct. 1st, 2021. Early submission is encouraged. For EPSRC the are several panels every year, the next internal deadline is on the 21st of June 2021. We encourage expressions of interest from underrepresented groups.