Employment Opportunities

The Department of Physics at Oklahoma State University invites applications for the
following positions:
Assistant Professor in Theoretical Atomic, Molecular, and Optical (AMO) Physics
Tenure track assistant professor position in theoretical atomic, molecular, and optical (AMO) physics. The successful candidate should have a proven track record of research in ultracold quantum gases, quantum information science (QIS), and quantum optics and/or quantum devices.
Associate Professor Experimental Biophysics
Tenured faculty position at the level of associate professor in Experimental Biophysics, with particular emphasis on cell, tissue, and super-resolution imaging, single cell or single molecule biophysics, and the development of related analytical methods and instrumentation.

 
Starting pay is $14.79/hour with optional benefits.
 
  
If interested, please follow the link to apply!
 
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