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Senior Professorship in the School of Theoretical Physics

Dublin 4, Dublin (IE)
PPC rate starting at €181,696. Non-PPC rate starting at €173,700.
Closing date
Jun 23, 2024

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Physical Sciences, Physics
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The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) is a statutory research body dedicated to fundamental research. Established in 1940, it was modelled on the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. Erwin Schrödinger, followed by Walter Heitler and John L. Synge were the early Senior Professors and Directors of the School of Theoretical Physics.

The Governing Board of the School of Theoretical Physics wishes to nominate an exceptional scientist for appointment by the President of Ireland to the position of Senior Professor in the School.  DIAS is now seeking applications for this senior permanent position from the highest calibre scientists who are operating at the forefront of their field in any area of theoretical physics.

The successful candidate will have an established international research reputation and will be capable of leading an innovative research programme in the School.

 Further details on the position and the application process are available at The closing date for applications is 31 August 2024.

DIAS is committed to building an inclusive scientific community, distinguished by scientific excellence, gender balance, and diversity. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds.  #DIASdiscovers


As the world’s second, and Ireland’s only, Institute for Advanced Studies, DIAS is a globally embedded institution that attracts scholars and academics from around the world.  We conduct and publish advanced research across three disciplines: Celtic Studies, Theoretical Physics and Cosmic Physics.  DIAS also leads Ireland’s participation in a number of international research endeavours that focus on big unanswered questions for mankind.

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