Lawrence Golub Fellowship in the Physical Sciences

The Lawrence Golub Fellowship in the Physical Sciences is a prize postdoctoral fellowship, established in 2010, designed to attract and support outstanding postdoctoral researchers across the physical sciences. We are soliciting applications for Lawrence Golub Fellows through the Department of Physics at Harvard University. We are seeking recent PhD recipients with a demonstrated record of success who will take full advantage of the Department's rich intellectual climate to undertake at Harvard a research program of their choosing. Both experimental and theoretical physicists are invited to apply. Experimentalists should identify an existing group within the Department with whom they intend to work.

Applications should be submitted online through Academic Jobs Online. Please submit a statement of research interests, a CV, and a record of publications. Also please arrange for three confidential letters of recommendation to be submitted online. The deadline for applications is was November 1, 2013, and the 2014 Golub Fellow has been awarded. The normal duration of the Lawrence Golub Fellow appointment is two years, with a potential extension to a third year, at an annual salary of $60,000. In addition, Lawrence Golub Fellows receive an annual allocation of $5,000 for research and travel expenses. Applicants to other Harvard Physics postdoctoral positions will automatically be considered for the Lawrence Golub Fellowship.

Harvard University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. We encourage applications from women and minorities.


Current Golub Fellows: Former Golub Fellows:
Can-Li Song David Lopez Mateos
Anton Akhmerov
Chris Laumann Anton Akhmerov