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Competition for Research Labs in Quantum Technologies and New Functional Materials: Two Weeks Until Application Deadline

We are inviting prospective experimental physicists with comprehensive work experience in the field of quantum nanoscience to participate in the international competition. The candidates should hold a PhD conferred no more than fifteen years ago. The winners will be responsible for building strong research teams that will engage in active research in relevant areas. Starting in 2022, the heads of the laboratories will also be charged with attracting annual co-financing. The winners of the competition will be hired full-time as laboratory heads at the Faculty of Physics for the full duration of the project.

The results of research conducted at the laboratories will be published in the world's leading scientific journals. Students and postgraduates of the Faculty of Physics will be involved in the work of the laboratories, which will collaborate with the Faculty’s partner institutes, as well as other Russian and international research teams.

Each lab will be allocated a starting budget of 150 million roubles to acquire state-of-the-art measurement equipment in 2019-2020. An additional 7 million roubles for employee remuneration and other research related expenses will be allocated in 2019. For 2020-2024, this yearly amount will increase to 13 million roubles.

HSE will be responsible for organizing the competition as well as for providing technical support for procurement of equipment and lab space refurbishment.

The winners will be determined by the joint assessment of the world leading experts and the HSE Faculty of Physics.

The applications in English should be submitted before April 1, 2019. The results of the competition will be announced no later than May 30, 2019. The regulations and application forms can be found at https://physics.hse.ru/contest/