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New Posts in Condensed Matter Physics

Midlands Physics Alliance.

The Physics departments of Warwick, Birmingham and Nottingham Universities have been in fruitful discussions to establish a new Midlands Physics Alliance, the first phase of which relates to Condensed Matter Physics.  We also look forward to further phases relating to other areas of Physics.

Two new Academic Posts at Warwick in Condensed Matter Physics. 

Phase 1 of the Midlands Alliance will enable collaborative graduate training to be developed for its research students. It is to be funded by the UK Higher Education Funding Council and will provide additional academic staffing. In particular there will be two new academic posts (assistant and/or associate professorships) based at Warwick. 

Applications for the Warwick posts are sought from candidates (both experimentalists and theorists/ computational physicists) with proven expertise and promise in the general area of Condensed Matter Physics, preferably complementing and/or building on existing strengths in this area at Warwick and across the Alliance. Applications are particularly welcome from theoretical/computational physicists who can relate well to experimental studies in condensed matter physics and from experimentalists working in Functional Oxides, Multiferroics, Nanostructured Materials and Strongly Correlated Systems.

Physics Department website:     Warwick  

Condensed Matter at Warwick:   See Condensed Matter experimental researchTheory and Computational Modelling and Warwick Theory Group.

Centre for Scientific Computing at Warwick:  CSC

Other Midlands Physics Alliance Department websites:    Birmingham    Nottingham.


Informal enquiries to: 

Professor Malcolm Cooper (Warwick, Tel: 024 7652 3379, Email:


Further particulars of the posts on offer, deadlines and the application procedure to be followed are available at: (Ref: 34622-027)

Further particulars are also available here.

The full advertisement for the six new academic posts in Physics available in the Midlands Physics Alliance can be found here.