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Perimeter Postdoctoral Program

Oct 07, 2021

Each year Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics invites applications for postdoctoral positions, including named fellowships, from new and recent PhDs working in fundamental theoretical physics.
Deadline for application: November 08th, 2021.

Areas of research include:
Mathematical physics
Particle physics
Quantum fields and strings
Quantum foundations
Quantum information
Quantum gravity
Quantum matter
Strong gravity

Importantly, research at Perimeter focuses on the intersections of those research areas. Most postdoctoral positions are offered for a period of three years. You may be eligible to hold a named four year postdoctoral fellowship. Senior five-year fellowships are also available. Fellowships may, in addition, be offered jointly between Perimeter and partner institutes and universities.

Perimeter Institute offers a dynamic, multi-disciplinary environment with maximum research freedom and opportunity to collaborate within and across fields. We welcome applications from highly creative and intellectually adventurous theorists. Perimeter offers:

  • comprehensive support including a generous research and travel fund
  • opportunities to invite visiting collaborators
  • help and support for organizing workshops and conferences
  • a mentoring system that provides you with feedback and support to flourish as an independent researcher

As a postdoctoral researcher at Perimeter Institute, you will be part of a thriving international research community which includes 24 Faculty, including 8 Perimeter Research Chairs, 21 Associate Faculty, including one Perimeter Research Chair, 36 Distinguished Visiting Research Chairs, 44 Visiting Fellows, 8 Perimeter Scholars International Teaching Faculty Fellows, 59 Postdoctoral Researchers, 7 associate postdoctoral researchers. The Institute is also host to 79 graduate students and 22 master’s-level students participating in Perimeter Scholars International. Perimeter also welcomes more than 1,000 visiting researchers and conference participants every year.

Please find here full information and how to apply: