We are not recruiting at the moment...
But if you are interested in our work, and your mind is exploding with creative ideas, you can feel free to contact us to explore the possibility of visiting the group and/or joining it in the future. Funding is currently available for the following positions:
1. Visitor. We have visiting positions available. Want to come and spend some time with us? Write us proposing a scientific plan for the visit.
2. PhD. We are looking for outstanding Chemistry/Physics/Math graduates with endless curiosity and a strong desire to engage in basic theoretical research.
3. Postdoc. We are looking for outstanding Chemistry/Physics/Math PhDs with strong analytical and writing skills, an appetite for interdisciplinary science, and relentless passion for basic theoretical research.
Our group is based at the School of Chemistry of Tel Aviv University and is also affiliated with the Center for the Physics and Chemistry of Living Systems, with the Ratner Center for Single Molecule Science, and with the Center for Computational Molecular and Materials Science. We conduct basic theoretical research that cuts across traditional disciplinary boundaries in attempt to mathematically describe, explain, predict, and understand natural phenomena. We aim to challenge conventional wisdom, are in constant pursuit of universality, and strive to arbitrage large knowledge gaps as they appear at the cutting-edge of the scientific forefront.
Thinking about joining us? Take a virtual tour of our campus & Tel Aviv first!
Considering a postdoc? Take time to check out:
The postdoctoral fellows program of the Raymond and Beverly Sackler Center for Computational Molecular and Materials Science.
The IASH Postdoctoral Fellowships for international postdoctoral researchers.
The Azrieli International Fellowships Program for postdocs coming from the EU, UK and Canada.
The Zuckerman Scholars Program for postdocs coming from the U.S. and Canada.
The Fulbright Scholarships Program for postdocs coming from the U.S.
Study in Israel by the Council for Higher Education in Israel.