Opening for a position of a postdoctoral researcher

Here we announce that we invite applications for a position of a postdoctoral researcher who will work on theoretical studies of cold atomic physics in our group (Application due date: July 15, 2023). As for the specific research interest of our group, please take a look at the “research” webpage.



Department of Physics, Kindai University

3-4-1 Kowakae, Higashi-Osaka,

Osaka 577-8502, Japan


[Start date]

October 1, 2023 or the earliest possible date after it (at latest February 1, 2024)


[Job type]

Postdoctoral researcher


[Employment status]


The first appointment will be until the end of fiscal year 2023 (March 31, 2024) and can be extended upto March 31, 2026.



The appointee must have a Ph.D. in physics or applied physics by the start date of the employment.



The salary will be determined on the basis of the rule of Kindai University.


[Working hours]

8 hours per day・5 days per week。



Saturday, Sunday, National holidays, Year-end and new-year holidays, Summer holidays, Paid holidays


[Social insurance]

The appointee will be a member of Eligible Mutual Aid Association of Private School Personnel (私立学校教職員共済), Employment insurance (雇用保険), and Workers’ accident compensation insurance (労災保険)


[Due date]

July 15, 2023


[Required documents]

  1. Curriculum vitae
  2. List of research achievement, which includes original papers, presentations at academic conferences/workshops, awards, and research grants.
  3. Summaries of your previous research (at most 2 pages in the A4 format)
  4. PDF files of the selected publications (at most 3)
  5. Possible start date
  6. Information (name, affiliation, and e-mail address) of two professional reference persons


Please send your application documents to


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[Selection process]

Selection will be based on the submitted documents. In some cases, the candidates will be invited to an online interview.


[Contact information]

If you have any questions, please contact


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