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1. Postdoc Job information from Fudan University

The Institute of Modern Physics at Fudan University in Shanghai now invites applications for postdoctoral researcher positions starting in fall 2020 or earlier. The positions are for two years, with a possible extension for one additional year.

The local research group at Fudan focuses on experimental nuclear physics study from low energy to intermediate and high energies. Related topics include, but are not limited to, radioactive ion beam physics, R&D of detector and electronics, collective dynamics in large and small colliding systems, QCD phase transition and critical point, chirality, vorticity, polarization effects in Quark-Gluon Plasma. There is also a strong connection with theorists from the same group.

Interested applicants are required to submit a detailed CV, a list of publications, statement of research interests and three letters of recommendation, (or for more details and information about the positions) to:

Dr. Deqing Fang (dqfang@fudan.edu.cn) or

Dr. Qiye Shou (shouqiye@fudan.edu.cn).

Review of applications will start immediately, and will continue until the positions are filled.

Fudan University was founded in 1905, and today is one of China's highest-rated and most dynamic research universities. It has long attracted the best students from throughout China, but its focus is increasingly international. Institute of Modern Physics, Fudan University is located in the main Handan campus, has ~50 employees (including ~40 scientists), and has graduate programs in particle physics and nuclear physics, atomic and molecular physics, and plasma physics. We encourage an open and collaborative research environment, and provide you the resources to pursue your scientific interests.