The Tang group in the physics department and Center for Theoretical
Biological Physics at Rice University seeks applicants for a
postdoctoral research fellow. We develop and use theoretical tools to
describe emergent phenomena in complex out-of-equilibrium systems.
Topics can include, but are not limited to:
* Emergent dynamics in stochastic systems such as oscillations and
* Non-Hermitian physics in novel platforms
* Learning and navigation
* Information and signaling in networks or coupled systems
More information can be found at https://emergence.blogs.rice.edu/
The postdoctoral fellow will be a member of the intellectually
stimulating Center for Theoretical Biological Physics, steps away from
varied research efforts at Rice University and the Texas Medical Center.
There are also opportunities for independent postdoctoral fellowships in
the Center. Houston is a diverse, large and friendly city with an
affordable cost of living.
Applicants should have a background in theoretical physics, applied
math, or the computational modelling of complex systems. Interested
candidates should send a CV, list of publications, and the contact
information of three referees. The position is available immediately and
will remain open until it is filled. While the start date is flexible,
the target is as soon as possible. Applications and any questions can be
directed to Dr Tang at firstname.lastname@example.org
Physics Department and the Center for Theoretical Biological Physics