Positions submitted with conference registration forms or sent via email will be posted and displayed here and will also be included in the conference program given out at the conference registration desk. If you no longer are looking for a position or the position you requested to be posted has since been filled, please email leszita@math.rutgers.edu


  • Razvan Chereji, rchereji@physics.rutgers.edu. Seeking a postdoctoral position in theoretical Biophysics. PhD in Physics expected in May 2013. My thesis work is on statistical mechanics of DNA. Please see my CV and my publications here: http://www.physics.rutgers.edu/~rchereji/

  • Braden Brinkman, brinkma5@illinois.edu. Physics Ph.D. graduating this spring, seeking postdoctoral position starting fall 2013. Research interests include applications of statistical mechanics and the theory of critical phenomena to non-equilibrium systems, with particular interest in applications to neuroscience and other biophysical problems. Previous research projects include analysis of models of earthquake statistics, neuronal firing statistics and disordered magnets.

  • Valdemar Moratto, valdemonio@gmail.com. Seeking a postdoctoral position. I have experience in Linear Irreversible Thermodynamics and Kinetic Theory for relativistic gases. I will obtain my PhD in Physics this spring 2013. I would like to start the postdoc position this fall 2013. I have the possibility of obtaining a scholarship from my country. For more information please see my publications here: http://xxx.lanl.gov/find/cond-mat/1/a\ u:+Moratto_V/0/1/0/all/0/1

  • Ajay Chandra, ac2yx@virginia.edu. Seeking a postdoctoral position, Ph.D in Mathematics expected May 2014. My research background up to this point has been in rigorous RG analysis in the context of critical phenomena in statistical mechanics and Quantum Field Theory. I am studying under Abdelmalek Abdesselam at the University of Virginia. My CV and research statement can be found at http://people.virginia.edu/~\ ac2yx/

  • Linjun Li, linjunli@vt.edu. Currently a final year PhD student working on non-equilibrium statistical physics in Prof. Michel Pleimling's group at Virginia Tech. On completion of my PhD program in May 2014, I'm now actively seeking for a postdoctoral position in the field of statistical physics, computational condensed matter physics, or other interdisciplinary researches that require a quantitative background. My academic experience (including my CV) can be found in my homepage: http://www.phys.vt.edu/~linjunli/.


  • We have a number of post-doctoral positions available at the University of Bristol in theoretical aspects of quantum information and foundations of quantum mechanics. The positions will be either in the School of Physics (Sandu Popescu and Tony Short) or Mathematics (Noah Linden). The positions are for two years and the closing date is 16th March 2014. More information and details on how to apply can be found at here
    Possible postdoctoral position in Mathematical Physics at Princeton University. Contact M. Aizenman, aizenman@princeton.edu for more information.

    Prof. Adilson E. Motter at Northwestern University has openings for Postdoctoral Research Associates in the area of network dynamics, including theoretical and computational aspects of synchronization phenomena, cascading failures, and network control. Appointments are available immediately. For information on how to apply, please visit the group website: http://dyn.phys.northwestern.edu

  • Academic Keys has job listings for higher education positions in: Astronomy, astrophysics, and physics. See: AcademicKeys.com

  • Two Post Doc Research Engineer - Nuclear Materials is available at Idaho State University https://isujobs.net/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?\ postingId=140565 The second post-doc opportunity is for a PhD in nuclear engineering, materials science, physics or similar field who has experience in research at the nanoscale. https://isujobs.net/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?\ postingId=140566