The William H. Miller III Department of Physics and Astronomy at Johns Hopkins University invites applications for several postdoctoral fellowships: The William H. Miller Fellowship (any area of physics and astronomy), the Sweeney Fellowship (any area of physics), and Davis Fellowship (any area of astronomy). These fellowships offer the opportunity for postdoctoral research that combines academic freedom with strong faculty mentorship in an intellectually vibrant, inclusive, and welcoming department. The Department has strong programs in condensed-matter physics, particle physics, astrophysics, and biological physics and is now embarking upon a significant expansion, including growth into new areas of physics. The department also benefits from its close relationship with the Space Telescope Science Institute, located on the Johns Hopkins campus. More details about the department and its research can be found at https://physics-astronomy.jhu.edu.
Consideration of applications will begin on 1 November 2022 and continue until all available positions are filled. Applicants will also be considered for other appropriate postdoctoral positions in the department. Applicants should submit a curriculum vita, a statement of research interests, and a list of publications and arrange for at least three letters of reference on their behalf to be submitted to the application website.
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