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Faculty position job openings targeting LaserNetUS research areas (2022/2023)

Oct 13, 2022. News

Institution Department Job Title/Role Full Consideration Application Deadline More Information
The Ohio State University Physics Assistant/ Associate Professor Oct. 15, 2022
Colorado State University Electrical and Computer Engineering Assistant Professor Jan. 1, 2023
Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo Physics and Astronomy Faculty Position Sept. 16, 2022  (posting 112500 under Faculty Positions)
University of Wisconsin-Madison Physics Assistant Professor Dec. 5, 2022 (search for position Assistant Professor of Physics PVL 267644)
University of California, Irvine Physics & Astronomy Assistant Professor Dec. 11, 2022
University of California, San Diego Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Assistant Professor Oct. 14, 2022
William & Mary Physics Assistant Professor Dec. 1, 2022

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