PhD studentship available
We are seeking highly motivated and independent PhD student, trained in theoretical atomic physics and quantum mechanics, who has a strong interest in doing research in relativistic heavy-ion physics. The main topics of research would concern: (1) theoretical analysis of spin-entanglement and parity-nonconservation effects in the multi-photon transitions, (2) investigations of the polarization phenomena in relativistic ion-atom collisions including their applications for the design of novel experimental techniques, (3) studies on the many-body and relativistic effects on the fundamental atomic collision processes. The work will be performed in the close collaboration with international theoretical and experimental atomic physics groups.
Please send your applications electronically to Andrey Surzhykov. Within your application package include brief cover letter, your scientific CV and email addresses for two references.