Join our pioneering research fellows and get the generous funding, specialist support and unique opportunities you need to be a research leader: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/research/researchwithus/fellowships/notting...
We are looking for fellows to fulfil our mission of delivering exceptional research in Quantum Information and Metrology that transforms lives in the UK and across the world. Apply now and join the School of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Nottingham, an institution with a diverse, thriving community and a reputation for transformative discoveries. Our fellows are the research leaders of tomorrow, working with inspirational pioneers from across disciplines to find solutions to complex global problems.
We have two schemes, each offering the same package of support:
- Anne McLaren Fellowships are aimed at outstanding female postdoctoral researchers in science, technology, engineering and medicine, who are at the early stage of their academic careers and wish to establish a research career in the UK.
- Nottingham Research Fellowships are aimed at outstanding postdoctoral researchers who are at the early stage of their academic careers from all academic disciplines represented at the university.
Our fellowships provide 3 years of independent research funding, and are linked to a permanent academic position.
Expressions of interest are welcome by the deadline of Friday 8 October 2021. You must have been awarded your PhD to apply and you must discuss your research proposal in advance by liaising with our Director of Research (Professor Thomas Sotiriou). Your application can then be submitted at the URL: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/jobs/currentvacancies/ref/SCI2030
We recognise that exceptional people come from many backgrounds, with diverse career paths and circumstances that are as individual as you are. We are committed to an inclusive and dynamic research environment, and welcome applications from those wishing to work part-time to meet personal responsibilities. We are especially interested in supporting those from Black and Asian backgrounds.
Expected start date for successful fellows is Spring/Autumn 2022.