FTPI IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS
We are accepting applications for a high energy theory post doc position to start in September 2019. You must apply on the UMN website and submit letters of recommendation to Academic Jobs online. To apply on the UMN website click HERE or search the UMN employement link for Job ID: 326758 and See the Academic Jobs online website and search Job Number: 12113.We are accepting applications for a condensed matter theory post doc position to start March 1, 2019. To apply on the UMN website click HERE or search the UMN employment link and search Job ID: 327342. Please see job description "How to Apply" section for details.
FTPI Professor Boris Shklovskii, Elihu Abrahams, and Alexei L. Efros have been jointly awarded the 2019 Oliver E. Buckley Condensed Matter Prize. The award recognizes outstanding
For more informaiton on the Oliver E. Buckley Condensed Matter Prize please see their website: https://www.aps.org/programs/honors/prizes/buckley.cfm
FTPI PROFESSOR ANDREY CHUBUKOV AWARDED 2018 BARDEEN PRIZE
FTPI Professor Andrey Chubukov was a winner of the 2018 John Bardeen Prize for his "seminal contributions to the theory of unconventional superconductivity, including applications to the iron-based superconductors." The prize was given at the International Conference on the Materials and Mechanisms of Superconductivity.
FTPI PROFESSOR MISHA SHIFMAN ELECTED TO THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
Please see the release on the National Academy of Science website HERE.
FTPI PROFESSOR KEITH OLIVE AWARDED THE 2018 HANS A. BETHE PRIZE
|Please see the American Physical Society website HERE for more information.
Click HERE to see offical photos from the APS Prize and Award Ceremony.
JOHN T. TATE GRAND OPENING AND DEDICATION EVENT
The Stephen G. Gasiorowicz Collaboration Space Dedication was held on March 7, 2018 in conjunction with the Grand Opening of John T. Tate Hall.
Professor Stephen G. Gasiorowicz, a founder of the William I. Fine Theoretical Physics Institute, had a renowned legacy in physics teaching and research worldwide. The Stephen G. Gasiorowicz Collaboration Space and Library that houses Gasiorowicz’s book collection was generously donated by his former student Dr. William (68’, PhD) and Mrs. Marjorie Bardeen.
Please click HERE to view photos from the Dedication event.