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Graduate Study: We welcome students who are interested in theoretical gravitational physics (especially in black holes, holography, cosmology, and modified gravity) to apply for graduate study (M.Sc. or Ph.D.) with our group, which belongs to the School of Physical Science and Technology of Yangzhou University. Prospective students should have a good bachelor degree in physics, astronomy, or mathematics.
Interested candidates should submit the following documents in a single PDF file to Prof. Yen Chin Ong at firstname.lastname@example.org:
(1) A full curriculum vitae, with publications (if any).
(2) Academic transcript and copy of bachelor certificate.
(3) A brief description of research interests, including future plans, not exceeding 2 pages.
In addition, 2-3 recommendation letters should be arranged to be sent to the same E-mail address.
The Center for Gravitation and Cosmology of Yangzhou University, China, is seeking qualified and talented postdoctoral researchers in the field of gravitation (general relativity or modified theories of gravity) and/or its applications in astrophysics, cosmology, or high energy physics. Special considerations will be given to candidates with strong background in gravitational wave physics, 21cm cosmology, numerical relativity, and black hole physics. Strong candidates with background in other closely related fields, such as holography or quantum gravity, will also be considered.
Applicants should have (or expected to obtain by starting date) a Ph.D. in the relevant fields to receive full considerations. We offer a 2 year contract starting from September 2020.
Successful applicants are expected to collaborate with members of the center, but they are otherwise also free to pursue their own research interest. There is no teaching duty.
The Center for Gravitation and Cosmology (CGC) is a young and vibrant research center founded in 2017 at Yangzhou University. Yangzhou is a scenic city with rich history in the Jiangsu Province of China, primarily known for its former major role in the salt trade. It is the Southern capital of China under Emperor Yang of Sui. It is believed that Marco Polo had served as a governer in Yangzhou around 1282-1287. CGC is an initiative of the BRICS-Association of Gravity and Cosmology (BRICS-AGAC), with support from the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa). CGC also initiates the United Center for Gravitational Wave Physics in China and participates the international BINGO collaboration on 21cm cosmology.