Open Position

Assistant Professor, Magnetism Research Laboratory (deadline; 6/28)


Assistant Professor (1 person)
Research Division

Magnetism Research Laboratory

Research Field 

Research on strongly correlated electron systems centered on magnetism using a strong magnetic field environment. Experimental research by using a strong magnetic field environment.


Applicant must hold a PhD degree, or must be expected to receive a PhD degree before the employment

Start of Appointment

Septemeber 1, 2024

Employment status

Full-time    Non‐tenured

From September 1, 2024, to March 31, 2027.
Compensation pursuant to regulation of Tohoku University

No later than June 28, 2024

Submission Method

By email only

(1)Curriculum Vitae with photo
(2)A list of research achievements (original papers, proceedings, books and commentaries, presentations at national and international conferences, patents, competitive grants received, etc.)
(3)Summary of achievements to date (within 2 pages) 
(4)Research plan (within 1 page)
(5)If possible one of these: ORCID, Researcher ID(web of science), Scopus ID
Submission Notes *Please write "Application for Assistant Professor Position" in the subject line of the email.
*You will receive a response email of receipt. If you do not receive the response email within a few days, please contact us via email.
*We will dispose of all application documents responsibly.
*The application materials will be used only for the selection process and will not be returned.
Address of Submission E-mail: (change “_at_” to @)
Address to:
Professor Hiroyuki Nojiri
Institute for Materials Research
Selection and Result
Selection Process: Document review and interview (in-person or online). After screening of documents, we will contact you by email.
Result: You will be notified via email by the end of July. 
Professor Hiroyuki Nojiri
TEL: +81-22-215-2017
E-mail: (change “_at_” to @)
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