There are regular openings for Institute postdoctoral positions. Selections are done two times a year, in the beginning of March and September. The positions are initially for one year and are normally extended for the second year. Salary and other facilities are at par with other research Institutes in India. In addition to support for academic travel within the country, Postdoctoral associates are supported for one trip abroad for participating in an international conference/workshop after the first year of joining.
Applications can be sent to any of the faculty members. Two letters of reference from persons familiar with the candidate'sresearch work are to be sent directly (by email).
The research interests of the group include, but are not limited to, collider phenomenology, neutrino physics, QCD, QGP, string theory, black holes, cosmology, astro-particle physics and general relativity.
Applications can be e-mailed to email@example.com or can be mailed to any of the group faculty member.
The research interests of the group include, but are not limited to, statistical mechanics, soft condensed matter and biophysics, mesoscopic systems, many body theory, nonlinear systems. Further details are available here
Applications can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or can be mailed to any of the faculty members of the group.
The research interests of the group include low energy nuclear physics and quark gluon plasma. Further details are available here
Applications can be e-mailed to email@example.com or can be mailed to any of the faculty members in the area.
The research interests include characterization of entanglement, nonlocality, communication, cryptography, computation, etc.
Applications can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Research in experimental physics is carried out in the following areas
1. Condensed matter physics and accelerator based materials science
2. Experimental high energy physics
Applications can be e-mailed email@example.com can be mailed to any of the faculty members specifying clearly the area of interest.