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This position is in Prof. Emil Prodan’s research group, in the Physics Department at Yeshiva University in New York. The position is opened immediately and it ends in June 30th, 2019. The position requires no teaching.
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The Research Fellow will be responsible for implementing and testing the hypothesis and ideas contained in the research proposal: "Engineering New Materials Based on Topological Phonon Modes," supported by an award from the Keck Foundation. Specifically, the Research Fellow will be responsible for spectral and dynamical analysis of the proposed theoretical models and of their computer simulations.
The Research Fellow will be trained with the methods of spectral analysis, operator algebras, K-theory and non-commutative geometry, as applied to dynamical systems, both classical and quantum.
The Research Fellow is expected to present their progress in periodic reports, conferences, workshops and scientific publications. She/he is also expected to provide guidance to the experimental groups involved with the project.
The Research Fellow should hold a PhD in Physics or Mathematics and have good computer skills.