In BIMAG, researchers can investigate mathematical theories, collaborate with various experimental groups, invite international visitors and organize regular international workshops. BIMAG offers internationally competitive salaries (>KRW 50,000,000), travel funds and benefits (e.g., medical insurance, travel insurance, and retirement funds). Researchers can also apply IBS dormitory and family housing.
The senior researcher positions are available for individuals who have research experience for 5 years or more after their Ph. D. The appointment is initially for two years and can be extended for three more years after reviews of the research performance. The postdoctoral fellow positions are available for individuals who are within the first five years after obtaining their Ph.D. The appointment is initially for two years and can be extended for one more year after reviews of the research performance. All positions do not have any teaching duties.
The expected appointment date is June 16, 2021, but it can be adjusted (in particular for those who need international travel).
A complete application packet should include:
For full consideration, applicants should email items 1, 2 and 3 and arrange their recommendation letters emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 14, 2021.
BIMAG encourages applications from individuals of diverse backgrounds.
Roughly one-third of all researchers at IBS are from overseas. These international researchers have three support options to adapt to life in Korea. First, IBS supplies a 24/7 service called the Global Help Desk which offers personalized help via email and phone and provides newsletters. Second, IBS created its own support website called Living in Korea with hundreds of pages of contents and hundreds of more pictures. Third, every Center has several admin staff who help with a number of work and non-work situations. For more information on these support options, please see the related page on Living in Korea at https://centers.ibs.re.kr/html/living_en/overview/support.html
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